[wingide-users] Printing search results

Wingware Support support at wingware.com
Fri Jun 1 06:26:30 MDT 2007


Morten Lied Johansen wrote:
> I've recently had to do extensive work in tracking down usage of various 
> functions and checking that they are used correctly in correct contexts. 
> What I found useful was to search for the function-name, and then go to 
> each instance found and check it.
> 
> One thing that would make it even better though, would be if I could 
> print the search results, so that I could check them off one by one as I 
> finished checking them, but I could find no way to do this in WingIDE 
> 3.0a2? (I haven't tried in 2.1.x)
> 
> Is it possible? Alternatively, being able to copy and paste to another 
> file which could then be printed, but I can't do that either it seems.
> 
> If anyone has a nice way of doing this that doesn't involve the printer, 
> and doesn't involve not doing any more searches, I'd appreciate any 
> suggestions. :)

When I need to keep around searches, I just add additional instances
of the Search in Files tool, which you can do by right clicking
on the tool tabs area where you want to place it.

Does that address what you need?

Saving sets of results might be a nice feature to add in the future, though.

Thanks,

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Stephan Deibel
Wingware | Python IDE
Advancing Software Development

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