Finding direct subclasses

If I've got a class, and I want to find all the classes which DIRECTLY subclass it, is there an easy way to do this in IDEA?

The "Go To Implementation(s)" and "Find Usages - Derived Classes" find all subclasses - not just those which are direct subclasses.

The Hierarchy view sort of does it, but there's typically a "Searching" node under the class I'm interested, which suggests that I can't be sure that the classes shown are the only direct subclasses.

So, is there any easier way of doing this?

Thanks,
Calum

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The Hierarchy view sort of does it, but there's typically a "Searching"

node under the class I'm interested, which suggests that I can't be sure
that the classes shown are the only direct subclasses.

It's bug and it's fixed in the build #808.

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"Calum MacLean" <jiveadmin@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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If I've got a class, and I want to find all the classes which DIRECTLY

subclass it, is there an easy way to do this in IDEA?
>

The "Go To Implementation(s)" and "Find Usages - Derived Classes" find all

subclasses - not just those which are direct subclasses.
>

The Hierarchy view sort of does it, but there's typically a "Searching"

node under the class I'm interested, which suggests that I can't be sure
that the classes shown are the only direct subclasses.
>

So, is there any easier way of doing this?

>

Thanks,
Calum



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