ajventer at direqlearn.org
Fri Jul 25 14:17:46 CEST 2003
Trouble is, that is the only feature I miss !
Everything else about the borland IDE is downright annoying in it's
primitiveness. Had this not been the case, I would have been using the
fp ide anyway.
I use vim myself.
Hence my thought of a separate proggie that can do this. The easy way
here would be to extract the section of the fp ide that does this, and
create a modified standalone version that simply dumps the results to
standard out. No sense reinventing the wheel, except for one tiny
downside - we have no access to the ide sources.
Perhaps someone who does could mail me just the part in question, I will
do the rest.
I cannot imagine I am the only one who would like this.
Mind you, it would even make a nifty plugin for lazarus.
On Fri, 2003-07-25 at 14:11, James Mills wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 25, 2003 at 10:33:19AM +0200, Jonas Maebe wrote:
> > On vrijdag, jul 25, 2003, at 08:30 Europe/Brussels, A.J. Venter wrote:
> > >I miss being able to put the cursor on a function/procedure/reserved
> > >word name and hitting F1 to see the help section for it.
> > The text mode IDE already has support for this (using the html
> > documentation).
> I use to use borland's turbo pascal ide once too, but I don't miss this
> feature :) Nowadays vim suits be better
> > Jonas
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Do not try to think outside the box. That's impossible.
Instead only try to realise the truth....There is no box.
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