[MonoDevelop] [PATCH] Type-Ahead Find
lluis at ximian.com
Mon Mar 12 18:01:04 EDT 2007
Is the patch generated from HEAD? I got several rejects when applying
El dg 11 de 03 del 2007 a les 18:21 -0800, en/na Zach Lute va escriure:
> This is the first patch I've submitted that wasn't directly related to
> an existing bug, so if there's a better method for submitting it,
> please let me know and I'll apologize profusely and go do the right
> Anyway, in IRC the other day, Miguel suggested that it would be nice
> if MD supported Firefox-style type-ahead find. I thought that sounded
> like a great idea, so I went to work. This patch adds:
> * When "Enable type-ahead find" option is set, the Find command brings
> up a simple toolbar below the editor instead of a separate dialog box.
> * Typing in the find box will search the current file as you type.
> Pressing up/down will go to the previous/next match in the file.
> * This search will continuously wrap, which required a few
> modifications to the search functions to ensure that it wouldn't halt
> when it reached the point where the search originally started.
> * If the option is disabled, or the user clicks the preferences button
> on the toolbar, the current find dialog will come up instead. Replace
> will always use the existing system.
> Things that this doesn't do that would be nice:
> * I couldn't figure out how to intercept Ctrl-F/Ctrl-G/etc. once the
> user was already in the Find entry box. They never actually reach the
> Gtk.Entry, so I couldn't emulate those functions or provide a keyboard
> shortcut to bring up the advanced find from the toolbar.
> * Currently, any options not exposed on the toolbar itself will use
> the options set in the advanced box. For example, if in the advanced
> box the search is set to use Wildcards or Regexp, the toolbar will use
> that option. This seemed like a simple way to allow users to modify
> the "default" behavior of that find box, but there might be a better
> I'm still new to MD contribution, so please let me know if there's
> anything I can do to make this more acceptable. I'd love any feedback
> at all. I just added the feature and already I can't live without it,
> so hopefully other people will like it as well. :)
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