[TxMt] QuickOpen included files

Allan Odgaard throw-away-1 at macromates.com
Thu Apr 19 16:44:11 UTC 2007

On 19. Apr 2007, at 17:51, Juan Falgueras wrote:

> The current method the command Quick Open of the C bundle does use  
> is look for the file in several funny directories that not always  
> are then same c/c++ are looking into.

Yeah, I must confess I find the command in its current form not very  
useful, as it fails for me half the time, and it is pretty slow.

> [...]
> I would like to know who is the C bundle maintainer for to share  
> this things with him.

That would be Chris Thomas and I, I think Chris was responsible for  
the last iteration, where Spotlight querying was introduced.

But I’d gladly rework the command if we can agree on a defined  
behavior -- as mentioned in the other reply, I really like the idea  
of giving (additional) search path through an environment variable.  
Also, with tm_dialog we can now show a neat pop-up menu, rather than  
open all found headers as a project.

> I also find a bit complicated the current way of making changes  
> (yet small changes) and then you will be out of updates of the  
> official bundle since yours will be always loaded before the  
> official one.

No, only the item you actually changed, will no longer be updated. So  
if you locally improve the Quick Open command, you will still see  
updates to all the other things in the C bundle.

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