[Plugin Update] NppGTags v4.3.0
You can find the latest NppGTags plugin release (v4.3.0) here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/nppgtags/files/v4.3.0/ or
from GitHub at https://github.com/pnedev/nppgtags/releases/tag/v4.3.0.
Both 32 and 64 bit versions are available.
The new things in this release are the possibility to make new search directly from results window and the ability to fold/unfold all results - please read the ReleaseNotes for details.
Judging by your Compare Plugin, I’m sure this plugin is great.
Thank you for your work.
NppGTags v4.3.1 is released.
This is a bug fix version that fixes a possible issue on database creation connected to the BrowseForFolder dialog (when the project root is selected).
Here are the binaries:
- x64: https://github.com/pnedev/nppgtags/releases/download/v4.3.1/NppGTags_v4.3.1_X64.zip
- x86: https://github.com/pnedev/nppgtags/releases/download/v4.3.1/NppGTags_v4.3.1_x86.zip
Silly question. I just unzipped the contents into the plugins directory.
I got the next error message: “The program can’t start because MSVCP120.dll is missing from your computer. Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem.”
So I don’t know if I’m skipping something.
I’m using Notepad++ v7.5.1 (64-bit) and NppGTags_v4.3.1_X64
Thanks in advance,
Update. Now I tried with NppGTags_v4.4.0_X64.
I have Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 redistributable installed
You’ll need Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 redistributable to fix the problem.
Please have a look at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=40784
Thank you, that fixed it.
It works amazingly smooth btw, it provides faster code navigation than let’s say, Visual Studio
@pnedev Thanks for the plugin. I’d like to use Pygments parser for VHDL files. I did not manage to make it work. I installed python 3 and pygments, but nothing works.
Is there a place where I could find some helps ?
thanks for your time
[ @cmeriaux ]
I installed Pygments long time ago I’m not sure if it wasn’t for Python 2.x. But anyway the version for 3 should also work I suppose.
Here is a step-by-step guide:
- Get Python and Pygments.
- Open Notepad++ and a file from your VHDL project.
- Run Create Database command from NppGTags menu (or your shortcut) and point to your project’s root path.
- Open NppGTags Settings…
- In the Code Parser drop down list select pygments and click the dialog Save button.
At this point the database is going to be recreated using the Pygments parser. When the process finishes try using the search commands. If there is some error reported please write back.
Hope that helps.
Thanks for the tips. Now it works.
I think I was confused with the two parameters “generic database config” and “current database config”
I’ll use it for several days and i’ll get back to you for some suggestions.