[wingide-users] Graphical tree browser?
Wing IDE Support
support at wingware.com
Thu Mar 18 10:03:58 MDT 2010
Wing's source browser does work on packages and subpackages. It lacks
the ability to list classes derived from a base class, but is anything
else missing? Or is the class hierarchy the primary thing you're
looking for? Docstrings are displayed in the source assistant rather
than the browser pane.
On 3/18/10 10:59 AM, Mitchell L Model wrote:
> Wing really ought to be a graphical tree browser, including the ability
> to start at a package and descend into its subpackages. The main need is
> for a display of class relationships (and what classes there are) but
> once you have that you start wanting an optional display of doc strings,
> init args, etc.
> There are some tools for this, including the pydoc library in the
> standard distribution and epydoc. pydoc doesn't descent into packages
> and epydoc doesn't work with Python 3 code. Anyone have suggestions for
> other graphical tools I should try? I realize the multiple inheritance
> patterns complicate this kind of display, but not that badly.
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