[TxMt] Does a clickable xml outline exist (like jedit sidekick or eclipse outline)?

Luke Daley ld at ldaley.com
Thu May 29 03:55:30 UTC 2008

On 29/05/2008, at 12:25 PM, Rick wrote:

> On Tue, May 27, 2008 at 10:36 PM, Luke Daley <ld at ldaley.com> wrote:
> On 28/05/2008, at 10:29 AM, Rick wrote:
> For editing xml, I'm really missing a clickable outliner of the xml  
> document that lets me easily jump to different nodes. I know  
> TextMate isn't an IDE but I would love this functionality (it's in  
> jedit as well as part of the sidekick plugin.) Here's a screen shot  
> of Eclipse's outline view of an xml document http://img.skitch.com/ 
> 20080528-f34dyh22e7sm7j7h218ymaqtxm.jpg
> It doesn't look like xmlMate bundle has this kind of functionality.  
> Does it exist in some other bundle out there?
> What would you want to do with this view of the data once you have it?
> Jump to the node I'm interested in by clicking on the node in the  
> outline view - it's the reason such a view exists in every IDE that  
> I know of. I have some large XML files I have to deal with it and  
> it makes it easy to jump around when I have an outline view of the  
> nodes.

Are we able to programatically move the caret somehow? Not directed  
at you Rick, unless you know of course :)


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