I sure hope things have changed in the 303 days since the last post! LOL
I just started trying out Komodo this week.
I'm used to Visual Studio 2017 for c# coding, and Eclipse for Java coding.
The first one I love, the second I hate more than I can say! LOL
I confess that I never thought to investigate folding in Komodo - because as others pointed out - it's a pretty common(standard) feature - beyond the very basic level I mean. Notepad++ does folding, and today, by my testing it does it better than Komodo. I just found out that my tags in an html5 doc don't get folded!
I hope I'm wrong - or that changes have been made.
For people who work on large line counts, folding is really critical!
I do love the app though, so I guess if I have to write a plugin to do a better job of folding then I'll do it.
I just can't bring myself to think about going back to the editor I just dumped after a year of frustration (that would be Atom, soon to be MS-Atomicdisaster LOL). Komodo looks great so far - so I'll hope for the best on this issue.
PS: On a related note, I would love to hear some commentary from folks who use the IDE, or even just EDIT, but who use it for coding (meaning compiled apps, not html). I had intended to next dump Eclipse and use Komodo, because I really am in love with how completely I could create my preferred appearance (coding 18hr days and you get snarky when things don't look perfect! LOL). But I work with some large files, and if folding is limited, I can see that being a problem. So I am wondering how other programmers deal with the folding issue - or if it is even an issue. I honestly haven't tested it enough yet, nor any Java or cpp. Could be I worry for nothing!
Thanks in Advance!