Instead of simply highlighting the next line, the SourceWindow jumps around to
find the currently-executing function and then highlighting the appropriate
line. It should simply just highlight the next line without going all crazy.
2006-11-10 Mike Cvet <email@example.com>
* SourceBuffer.java (setCurrentLine): Mark only the innermost frame.
(createTags): Strip spaces before creating TextMark. Fixes #3499.
Check for nulls before parsing.
(setScope): Use an iterator to iterate through Vector. Check to see if
the source file needs to be loaded. Fixes #3503.
(highlightLine): Added. Tags and unTags based on StackFrame.
(SourceBuffer): Initialize functions Vector.
(loadFile): Check for nulls in source. Call createTags() on frames
* SourceWindow.java (doStep): Call removeTags() after unblocking.
(updateShownStackFrame): Won't load a file if not needed. Scrolls by
line number instead of TextMark when possible. Fixes #3470, #3471.
(SourceWindowListener.currentStackChanged): Update currentFrame.
(populateStackBrowser): Lots of new case handling. Makes sure that
currently selected frames are updated properly.
(removeTags): Added. Remove relevant StackFrame TextTags from the
(doStep): Call removeTags().
(doRun): Call removeTags().
* SourceView.java (mouseMotionEvent): Don't attempt a Variable reading
if the SourceWindow is not stopped. Fixes #3504.