On Thu, 14 Aug 2008 23:24:49 +0300
Yura Siamashka <yurand2(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Thu, 14 Aug 2008 13:18:08 +0100
Nick Treleaven <nick.treleaven(a)btinternet.com> wrote:
Yes, it would be a bit more complicated, but
probably OK when the
user got used to it. But that's what makes it more powerful.
It is not minor
issue, IMHO, if code navigation is difficult and
complicated to use, it is not worth using.
It depends on your point of view as to whether it's difficult to
navigate in 2 dimensions rather than one. Also it depends on how each
I still don't see how it
is more powerfull then exisiting navigation.
Because if you go to other places outside of code navigation by just
clicking notebook tabs and editor positions, it becomes very tedious to
switch back through a number (e.g. > 10) of different positions in
different documents when you want to only go to the last code point in
the current document. I regularly have this problem.
sounds interesting, but only as additional feature, not as replace of
existing code navigation.
Once implemented, it will be an additional feature, unless enough people
think code navigation should also be changed.
Here is list of my critical requirements for IDE. If
IDE don't have
even one of them I think it is not good. Currently Geany match all of
them, thanks a lot to devs and contributors. I hope Geany will stay
this way in future.
1) should be fast (if you only 2 times faster then eclipse you are
too slow to be usefull)
2) code highlight
3) code navigation
5) ability to run make, parse compiler output
6) ability to run scripts (.sh, .py and others)
7) ability to run compiled program
8) ability to search in directory
Those are all the features I hate most!
Just joking ;-)