#14 Window bar with tabs for functions

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nobody
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2001-11-21
2001-11-21
Anonymous
No

It would be nice to have a bar with tabs(shortcuts) to
active program subs.
It will give a faster access to the subs when You have
something like 2000 lines per file - you can feel it.
for example:
#!perl -w
use strict;

sub checkInput
{
...
}
....
sub printOut
{
...
}
....
sub checkRequest
...
}

the window would look like
-----------------------------------------------
Desktop: Defaullt| test.pl | |
| All | checkInput | printOut | checkRequest |
-----------------------------------------------
|EDITOR WINDOW HERE |
-----------------------------------------------

Discussion

  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    I think a treeview for the opened files would be even better.

    - packagename
    --- subname
    --- subname
    - packagename
    --- subname
    === $variablename
    - packagename
    === %variablename
    ...

    As you can see I've included the variable too - those aren't
    from the subs - the package globals from our() or "use vars"
    should be enough.

    If you 're really into it, you could display the prototype info
    also.

     
  • Charles Alderman

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    user_id=699963

    I would like this feature too, but instead of having the
    sub's loacted as tabs, I'd like them in a window that I
    could dock next to my editor window. Clicking on a sub name
    in the subs window would automatically move the cursor in
    the editor window to the specified sub routine.

     

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