[wingide-users] Some more things ...Martin Preishuber email@example.com
23 Oct 2001 20:11:38 +0200
On Tue, 2001-10-23 at 19:11, Martin Preishuber wrote: > Hi again, > > Here are some more thoughts, which might be useful: > > - On samba-mounted drives the question dialog "file has saved on disk, > do you want to reload" appears even if the file hasn't changed. I know > that this is some common problem of editors (at least xemacs has the > same problem). > - The suggestion mechanism is great (you know when you type string<dot> > you get all available functions). Maybe it would be useful, if pageUp > and pageDown would work in the listbox, not only cursorUp and > cursorDown. > - Is there some option to enable this string<dot> behaviour manually ? I > sometimes have sourcecode which starts with #!@PYTHON@ (.in files which > will be built by autoconf) and that mechanism doesn't work with those > files. > - Is it possible to save the settings of the Source Browser ? Usually I > use "Browse By Module" and don't want to see Variables and Attributes, > but I have to set these options manually everytime I load a project (or > open WingIDE). Oh, I meant I usually Browse by class hierarchy .... by module is default. > > Hmm, that's all which came to my mind ;-) > Btw. I'm really glad that you've made WingIDE. It makes live as a python > coder much easier, especially project managment and that suggestion of > class methods and things ... thanks a lot ;-) > > Martin > > -- > Martin Preishuber - IT Expert, Student, SysAdmin > http://www.eclipt.at, mailto:Martin.Preishuber@eclipt.at > > Mathematicians often resort to something called Hilbert space, which is > described as being n-dimensional. Like modern sex, any number can play. > -- Dr. Thor Wald, "Beep/The Quincunx of Time", by James Blish > > _________________________________________________ > Archaeopteryx Software, Inc. > Wing IDE discussion list > http://archaeopteryx.com/support/forum -- Martin Preishuber - IT Expert, Student, SysAdmin http://www.eclipt.at, mailto:Martin.Preishuber@eclipt.at Mathematicians often resort to something called Hilbert space, which is described as being n-dimensional. Like modern sex, any number can play. -- Dr. Thor Wald, "Beep/The Quincunx of Time", by James Blish
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