Source navigator roadmap, features list, etc.?
Thu Sep 28 13:26:00 GMT 2000
At 12:14 PM 9/28/00 -0400, Berek wrote:
>I've experienced the same problem with SN (4.5.1 and 4.5.2). C++ Xref is not
>reliable. Often have to fall back on GREP. For me, this is probably the most
>serious problem I have with SN.
>Also, xref for local variables doesn't seem to work at all. Nor does
>locating the declaration of local variables. Yes, I do have "generate
>references to local variables" checked in XRef preferences.
These are known problems. Hopefully, we can address them soon, or somebody
in the community can dig into it.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Bruce Stephens" <email@example.com>
>Sent: Wednesday, September 27, 2000 16:44
>Subject: Re: Source navigator roadmap, features list, etc.?
> > William Gacquer <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > [...]
> > > 16/ what else?.... uhhh, I am sure I have missed something....
> > More/better parsers. Emacs lisp is an obvious one, but more
> > immediately PHP would be *really* handy.
> > Possibly there are significant limitations of many of the existing
> > parsers, but the one that's really annoying us at the moment is C++:
> > it seems that often, trying to xref methods gives nothing at all
> > useful (indeed, often nothing at all). Presumably this is because the
> > C++ parser isn't up to the job.
Syd Polk email@example.com
Engineering Manager +1 415 777 9810 x 241
Red Hat, Inc.
More information about the Sourcenav