On Mar 9, 2005, at 18:57, Lars Pind wrote:
I have a source tree structure like this: [...]
- Confuses both the Cmd-Opt-Up "Go to Header/Source" feature, which
will gladly find www/item/one.adp when I'm editing www/site/one.tcl.
It would be good if it would prefer the file in the current directory
when one exists. Otherwise, it's a great feature.
Yeah, I can fix that -- so if there are multiple files with same
basename in some folder, it'll switch between these, otherwise it'll
use the entire project.
- Similarly, when using Cmd-T "Go to file",
which I use almost
exclusively to open up new files now, it would be great if I could
write "itemonetcl" to get item/one.tcl, as opposed to site/one.tcl.
Currently, it doesn't take the path into account at all.
This one is more tricky, because in e.g. my own case (where I have
unique filenames) adding the full path will just add noise, which is
likely to cause many of my two letter abbreviations to not work.
But I can probably tweak the algorithm so that parent path components
are given lower priority.