>> Second question:
>> If we can resolve the first question, is it possible in ecb to have
>> in methods window the possibility to see the methods of a class
>> (when we edit the .cpp file to see the function to code) ?
> semantic-idle-summary-mode does something like that, but not in an ECB
> window. The data is available and quickly calculable. It would be up
> to and ECB guy (Klaus?) to write the ECB window for it.
I have put it onto my TODO list - even at the top ;-)
>> Third question:
>> Is it possible to have in ecb the same system as Xrefactory, have a
>> "completion window" who will purpose us the possible (intelligent)
>> completion for what we writes and complete the (intelligent)
>> possibilities with a key binding. It will be very nice :)
> speedbar-analysis-mode is like this, and you can put speedbar into an
> ECB window. It would probably not be too tough to make an ECB native
> window for it.
I agree - is now also on the TODO-list...
From: Jan Sacharuk <jan@bi...> - 2004-11-26 03:29:41
Actually, I just checked the page, and the $30 license is only for Java.
The C++ license is, in fact, $300.
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> methods window in ecb
> >> Xref with in ECB - work like a charm....
> > Ok thx, but Xrefactory is a proprietary product, and if i understand
> > correctly what is marked on their site, it's limited in time (8days)
> > no ? If it's the cas e i don't have 300$ for a license :(
> AFAIK (had just a short look at the Xref-Homepage) a personal license
> costs 29$ - IMHO its worth this price...
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