[MonoDevelop] text editor patch for simple class/member selector
atsushi at ximian.com
Sat Jan 13 13:19:25 EST 2007
I don't think ComboBox does not support it, unlike TreeView. But I'm
kind of Gtk newbie so I might be wrong ;)
Jacob Ilsø Christensen wrote:
> Is it possible to add functionality so you can start typing the name
> of the member and have the combo box select the member on the fly? A
> bit like the go to type dialog.
> On 1/8/07, atsushi eno <atsushi at ximian.com> wrote:
>> 2007-01-08 (月) の 16:40 +0100 に "Andrés G. Aragoneses [ knocte ]" さん
>> > Hey atsushi, this is a great feature! Just my two cents:
>> Thanks :)
>> > - Why not get the best of both worlds? If there is more than one class
>> > in the file, show two comboboxes, but if not, show one.
>> Hmm, I don't think it is worthy of introducing complexity for it. It
>> will be like, when you add a new class to the source, another combobox
>> will suddenly appear, and when you remove it, the combobox will also
>> disappear. Such behavior would look rather weird than cool.
>> If we still decide to go that way, my patch does not fit with such
>> behavior, since my strategy is to populate the list when the combobox is
>> focused (unlike the one from James that Michael pointed).
>> > And I would go for hiding some information so as to avoid large
>> > entries. For example I would hide keywords, pre-namespaces and type
>> > returned. Then, instead of:
>> > virtual MonoDevelop.Ide.Gui.IViewContent
>> > mimeType, System.IO.Stream content)
>> > Just:
>> > CreateContentForMimeType(strint mimeType, Stream content)
>> Yeah, I wanted short formatting too. After short digging I found that
>> there is ConversionFlags.QualifiedNamesOnlyForReturnTypes to make it
>> possible :-)
>> I will post another patch for dual combobox when I'm done with it.
>> Atsushi Eno
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