[TxMt] TmCodeBrowser2 plugin!
gerti at bitart.com
Tue Oct 25 18:28:12 UTC 2005
On Tue, Oct 25, at 1:12 PM, Eric Hsu wrote:
>> For a perl script to yield some results, it must have some
>> subroutines, and either have one of the extensions *.pl *.pm *.plx
>> *.perl, or it must be executable and have the typical '#!/some/
>> path/perl' first line.
> Ah, it's lovely! It's very nice to have the persistent window,
Glad it works for you now! I like the persistent window (as opposed
to a popup) myself, helps navigating large and/or unknown sources.
For some reason using a popup or the TM 'Go to symbol' window seems
more prone to break my concentration than using the persistent window.
> I was confused because the TMCB 1 screenshot had a variable list as
> well as subroutines, so I thought it would pick up variables from a
> typical perl script.
It does for some languages (the screenshot was from a 'C' source),
but not for perl.
> Thanks for the short note... I know how annoying it is to release
> something and say there's no documentation and then have people ask
> for documentation. :)
> best wishes, Eric
> Eric Hsu, Assistant Professor of Mathematics
> San Francisco State University
> erichsu at math.sfsu.edu
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