shiraz wrote on Thu Nov 18 22:55:31 CET 2004:
Should'nt Eclipse be able to open the module, once we double click it in the Outline Pane. I am not able to do this. Just wanted to confirm if this is part of e p i c supported features or not.
leo_forge wrote on Fri Nov 19 11:03:55 CET 2004:
??? What does mean 'open the module' ???? The script is already opened, and double-clicking on the listed modul-name will position the cursor there. So, what's the problem about this?
pguzis wrote on Tue Nov 30 22:28:46 CET 2004:
I believe the user is referring to the ability to open the file for the selected module (similar to "Open Declaration" in the Java editor). If this is the case, I also agree it would be nice to have this functionality via a context menu in the outline view and/or the code itself.
leo_forge wrote on Wed Dec 1 09:52:01 CET 2004:
Sorry, still do not get it, what is requested resp. you want. Context menu in the outline view is not provided. OK. So, you are missing something there to open the already opened file??? The outline view IS for the current file, so what additional thing are you looking for???? Could you give an example?
pguzis wrote on Thu Dec 2 01:03:03 CET 2004:
If I have the following code in my script: ## use strict; use CGI; use DBI; use Net::SMTP; print "Hello world"; exit; ## The outline view will look similar to the following: [-] Modules <> CGI <> DBI <> Net::SMTP What I was referring to was the ability to right-click on, say, CGI in the outline view and have a context-menu displayed giving the option to open the highlighted module (CGI.pm) in EPIC.
leo_forge wrote on Thu Dec 2 10:56:00 CET 2004:
If you would like to have that kind of Feature, then please enter it in the RFE with your sample. But perhaps with a more specific Subject, to know what it's about.
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