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I have a feature request... can you fully use the colour scheme defined for
the main editor, the background is picked up ok, but the text colours are
different.

Cheers,
N.

kesh wrote:

New version of ContextViewerPlugin is available at:
http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/ContextViewerPlugin.

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Changes since 0.3:

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a.. Now it is possible to configure the plugin through UI.
a.. Class name of the current context is being displayed on the title
of the context tool window.
a.. Fixed incorrect scrolling to the context.

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Enjoy.
/kesha



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Please update your plugin in the PluginManager registry.

"kesh" <ksibilev@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:b14sa0$58f$1@is.intellij.net...

New version of ContextViewerPlugin is available at:
http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/ContextViewerPlugin.

>

Changes since 0.3:

>

a.. Now it is possible to configure the plugin through UI.
a.. Class name of the current context is being displayed on the title of

the

context tool window.
a.. Fixed incorrect scrolling to the context.

>

Enjoy.
/kesha

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Done, thanks for reminder.

/kesha

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I have another feature request.

Would it be posible to open the file showed in the ContextViewer for editing, as if you had it selected in the project tree view?

Thanks.

Your plugin is great.

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Yes, press Enter in the context viewer.

I'd love to add a help message to the status bar. Does anybody know how to do that?

/kesha

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I'd love to if I knew how to access it. :(

/kesha

"Nathan Brown" <nedski@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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I have a feature request... can you fully use the colour scheme defined

for

the main editor, the background is picked up ok, but the text colours are
different.

>

Cheers,
N.

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kesh wrote:

New version of ContextViewerPlugin is available at:
http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/ContextViewerPlugin.

>

Changes since 0.3:

>

a.. Now it is possible to configure the plugin through UI.
a.. Class name of the current context is being displayed on the title
of the context tool window.
a.. Fixed incorrect scrolling to the context.

>

Enjoy.
/kesha

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I think that the vertical scrolling position problem is still there.

Amnon
"kesh" <ksibilev@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:b14sa0$58f$1@is.intellij.net...

New version of ContextViewerPlugin is available at:
http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/ContextViewerPlugin.

>

Changes since 0.3:

>

a.. Now it is possible to configure the plugin through UI.
a.. Class name of the current context is being displayed on the title of

the

context tool window.
a.. Fixed incorrect scrolling to the context.

>

Enjoy.
/kesha

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Could you send me an example of the code that preproduces it?

Appreciate it.
ksibilev@yahoo.com
/kesha

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Doesn't it happen for you on practically all code?

Try the following:
Put JavaDoc right before the method, something like:
/**

  • JavaDoc

*/
public void foo() {
}

Amnon

"kesh" <ksibilev@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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Could you send me an example of the code that preproduces it?

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Appreciate it.
ksibilev@yahoo.com
/kesha



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I think it's OK to redistribute JAD, by the way (see the Jad Plugin)

kesh wrote:

New version of ContextViewerPlugin is available at:
http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/ContextViewerPlugin.

Changes since 0.3:

a.. Now it is possible to configure the plugin through UI.
a.. Class name of the current context is being displayed on the title of the
context tool window.
a.. Fixed incorrect scrolling to the context.

Enjoy.
/kesha



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Erb

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There are three, of course: laziness, impatience, and hubris."
- Larry Wall
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kesh wrote:

a.. Class name of the current context is being displayed on the title of the
context tool window.


Could I suggest that this show the parent of the displayed item? So for
a method it would show "IN SomeClass", but for a class it would show "IN
SomeClass.java".

Ciao,
Gordon

--
Gordon Tyler
Software Developer, R&D
Sitraka (now part of Quest Software)
"Performance is Mission Critical"

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I don't see any problems here. When a method has a javadoc and I'm currently on any usage of this method, I see the context with the method's signature highlighted. Do you want me to scroll the context view according to the method's javadoc if any exists?

I just wonder does anybody else have the same problem?

/kesha

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I don't see it as a problem. The ContextViewer's purpose is to show the
code context. If Amnon wants to see the Javadoc, he can use Ctrl-Q.

kesh wrote:

I don't see any problems here. When a method has a javadoc and I'm currently on any usage of this method, I see the context with the method's signature highlighted. Do you want me to scroll the context view according to the method's javadoc if any exists?

I just wonder does anybody else have the same problem?

/kesha


--
Gordon Tyler
Software Developer, R&D
Sitraka (now part of Quest Software)
"Performance is Mission Critical"

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It will be available in the next build. I'm going to upload it in a couple of minutes. I should have thought about it in the first place. :)

Thanks,
/kesha

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I've seen jad plugin and I think it fits more for the decompilation job if you need any. I consider ContextViewer as just a viewer and I am still in doubt whether this feature is useful at all. Besides, I guess that anybody who wants to use it already khows how to install it :-).

On the other hand, it you think it is useful I can package jad with the plugin.

/kesha

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After poking at my setup some more, I found out that my filenames got mixed
up, apparently I thought I was using 0.5 but in fact it was 0.3.

Sorry for the confusion, it works great!

Amnon

"Gordon Tyler" <gordon.tyler@sitraka.com> wrote in message
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I don't see it as a problem. The ContextViewer's purpose is to show the
code context. If Amnon wants to see the Javadoc, he can use Ctrl-Q.

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kesh wrote:

I don't see any problems here. When a method has a javadoc and I'm

currently on any usage of this method, I see the context with the method's
signature highlighted. Do you want me to scroll the context view according
to the method's javadoc if any exists?

>

I just wonder does anybody else have the same problem?

>

/kesha

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--
Gordon Tyler
Software Developer, R&D
Sitraka (now part of Quest Software)
"Performance is Mission Critical"

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