[wingide-users] Feature Request: File ManagerMBarclay@cri-inc.com MBarclay@cri-inc.com
Fri, 10 May 2002 13:52:40 -0400
(MS Windows only) Although this isn't quite what you are asking for, I find that the following technique helps to quickly opening (in Wing IDE) arbitrary files from a source tree: 1) Create a shortcut to Wing IDE on your desktop. 2) With Wing IDE already running, drag a file from Windows Explorer (the tree view of Windows explorer is particularly effective for this) onto the WING IDE icon that you placed on your desktop. This opens the file in Wing IDE without creating a new instance of Wing IDE, and it does not add the file it to your project. Mark <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent by: To: <email@example.com> wingide-users-admin@w cc: ingide.com Subject: [wingide-users] Feature Request: File Manager 05/10/2002 01:35 PM hi folks, it would be nice if their was a file manager similiar to the tree based project manager suggested earlier. the major difference being that the file manager would show all files, as opposed to project files. again, its useful navigation on large source trees where a project might only encompass a subset of the source tree. its probably the biggest reason why i switch back to emacs on occasion (for directory mode). as added feature on to the base request, drag and drop between the file manager to the project manager would be a nice bonus ;) thanks kapil _________________________________________________ Wing IDE discussion list http://wingide.com/support/forum
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