The Problem: I could get the plugin running but it didn’t identify the FunctionListRules.xml file.
The Quick Solution (On a vista PC) :
1.Navigate to your users directory C:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Roaming\Notepad++\plugins\config
and replace the empty FunctionListRules.xml with the one from the installation zip (Download here).
The Long Solution (How do I got there):
I understood the file somehow can’t be found.
Opened a procmon (Process Monitor).
Set the following rules:
I’ve put only xml filtering for Path because I thought that the plugin author might have changed the file name.
Set the some failed Result, And of course filter be process name (notepad++.exe).
Got some interesting results – Well, I’ve found the file name but still couldn’t understand what the problem is.
Didn’t find the actual reading but I’ve found where other plugin look for current user data.
Navigated to C:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Roaming\Notepad++\plugins\config
and there I’ve found FunctionList.ini which is a config file and the FunctionListRules.xml
Replaced the XML and I’m done.