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dw9wkhmtcc

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find & replace, move tabs, more
« on: June 24, 2006, 05:11:09 pm »
regexp find and replace with multiple line support

move open file tabs left or right or drag to organize them

right click of folder in project file list should bring up "add files to this folder" option

split one file window into two or more viewing panes

"include files" folder on project file list should not automatically close on change

multiple instances

#pragma once

BUG:
if source file path contains "(" e.g. C:\code(1)\test.c then when double clicked on the build error list it tries to open "C:\code(" not the full path

dw9wkhmtcc

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find & replace, move tabs, more
« Reply #1 on: June 25, 2006, 01:03:12 pm »
shortcut key to go to next build error

option to highlight build error lines

option to highlight current line

option to remove "redo, undo, copy, paste, cut" from toolbar

enumerate define macros on mouse hover (or show value of the #define)

reverse window title so it says Project Name - Pelles C

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Re: find & replace, move tabs, more
« Reply #2 on: June 28, 2006, 05:19:53 pm »
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regexp find and replace with multiple line support

Maybe in some distant future...

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move open file tabs left or right or drag to organize them

Sounds like cosmetic crap, more than anything else...

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right click of folder in project file list should bring up "add files to this folder" option

No. Placement in the tree is determined by file extension and/or content - the user should not mess with this...

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split one file window into two or more viewing panes

The Window menu can bu used for this (an is more backwards compatible, if you don't even use the tabbed interface...)

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"include files" folder on project file list should not automatically close on change

Known problem, but since it's much easier to rebuild the tree, than doing an incremental update (for all cases), it would be messy to fix - and I don't think it's a big problem...

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multiple instances

Read the docs, use /x option - but the IDE is single instance for a reason...

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#pragma once

I have considered it before, but since it adds very little useful, no...

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BUG:
if source file path contains "(" e.g. C:\code(1)\test.c then when double clicked on the build error list it tries to open "C:\code(" not the full path

Extremely rare case - but, yeah, I guess...
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find & replace, move tabs, more
« Reply #3 on: June 28, 2006, 05:25:42 pm »
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shortcut key to go to next build error

option to highlight build error lines

option to highlight current line

Double-clicking an error line should be enough - I don't see a reason to add a whole subsystem just to handle build errors...

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option to remove "redo, undo, copy, paste, cut" from toolbar

Maybe, but not very high priority...

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enumerate define macros on mouse hover (or show value of the #define)

Maybe. Right-clicking <name>, and selecting "Go to definition of: <name>", works already (provided browse info is on), and will usually give more context...

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reverse window title so it says Project Name - Pelles C

The order is determined by Windows, so no...
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