I’m using a trial version of Komodo IDE 11, and I noticed something weird. I have the key bindings set for the SCM (Git, in this case), but they don’t seem to work as they should. I opened a file within a Git repository, made a change to it, then tried to commit the change using the shortcuts I configured, but nothing happens. The same applies to the Push function: I used the using the correct key bindings, the prompt “waiting for command” appears, then I press the last key and nothing happens.
I tried performing the same operations from the menu, with mixed results. Sometimes, the commit was unavailable on a single file, which I had just modified, but it could be performed on the folder.
It might be a red herring, but I have the feeling that the path might have something to do about the issue. Examples:
- If I open
my-custom-project-with-long-nameis a Git repository, the hotkeys don’t work. The commit and push operations don’t happen (no popup window).
- If I open the file as
C:\Temp\my-custom-project-with-long-name\my-custom-project-with-long-name.php, then the hotkeys (both push and commit) work.
For completeness, I “exhumed” an older version of Komodo IDE, and the hotkeys work in both the above scenarios. This looks like a bug in this latest version (also found in KIDE 10).
As a side note, the Log panel at the bottom of the window tends to get “stuck”. Quite often, it shows the change history of a file I changed earlier. Not as important, but it might be worth checking it.