[wingide-users] Line wrapping for text files?

Michael Foord fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Mon Apr 13 11:03:16 MDT 2009


Wingware Support wrote:
> Michael Foord wrote:
>>> And how the heck do I find out what the current key-bindings are?
>>>
>>> I've searched in the docs for 'line wrapping' and found references 
>>> to the 'wrap-lines' command, but no reference on whether it is bound 
>>> to any keys. Searching the documentation doesn't turn up any ways of 
>>> showing the current bindings that I can find. The preference pane 
>>> only shows custom bindings and not the ones that are currently on.
> ...
> >
>> Hmmm... in fact I can only find toggle-line-wrapping which is a 
>> global command. If there isn't a per-displayed-window setting then 
>> please consider this a feature request, otherwise can you tell me 
>> what the command is?
>
> 'wrap-lines' does text flowing by actually inserting newlines, while you
> seem to be looking for the editor display preference which is just global
> at this point.
>
> Key binding documentation in Wing 3.2 is in section 19 of the manual 
> (only
> in the integrated w/ IDE copy right now as the website still has the 
> manual
> for 3.1), and the command reference is expanded in version 3.2 as well to
> list the key bindings as well.
>
Thanks - I know that Wing does a huge amount more than I use it for and 
key bindings documentation will make it easier for me to discover the 
functionality I'm not yet using.

All the best,

Michael Foord

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