#60 tagstack

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2002-07-30
2002-07-30
TK Soh
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This is a patch to add vim-like tagstack capability to
NEdit. When you make a successful call to "Find
Definition", the current window position is pushed into
a LIFO stack before make jump, where you can later
return the position by popping the tagstack.

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  • TK Soh

    TK Soh - 2004-10-26

    updated for NEdit-5.5

     
  • TK Soh

    TK Soh - 2004-10-26

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    Uploaded patch for NEdit 5.5

     
  • TK Soh

    TK Soh - 2005-05-03

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    Uploaded tagstack-v1_0.menu - a macro implementation of the
    tagstack feature.

    Two macros are implemented: 'find tag' and 'pop tag', which
    are bound to Ctrl-] and Shift-Ctrl-] respectively.

    Use nedit's -import option to apply the macro, then save the
    default preferences to keep them:

    nedit -import tagstack-v1_0.menu

     
  • TK Soh

    TK Soh - 2005-05-03

    macro v1.0: a macro implementation of tagstack

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

    this is great!
    is there a way to remap the keys from ctrl+], ctrl+shift+] to ctrl+d, ctrl+shift+d ??

    thanks

     
  • Maxim Yanchenko

    Maxim Yanchenko - 2011-05-09

    v1_2 doesn't work with nedit 5.6 (i.e. the current CVS HEAD) - any chance to have an updated version?

    It should probably be changed to get the new ignoreModify flag into account?

     
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    Anonymous - 2011-07-01

    the patch is so old that I am not even sure I can update it to HEAD. Beside I'd really recommend you try the macro version. And it's actually a much more portable solution than patching the core. The only issue that NEdit doesn't have good system to import/setup the macros & their menus easily. Have you tried it?

     
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