388Re: [jasspa] improved buffer popup: ordered by file extension
- Aug 9, 2001this works well,
so I should build the menus on the fly using two nested while's
(OK one while, one goto -- nested while's are in ME impossible - a
pitty ...) getting the infos from the registry. After studying osd.emf
this seems to be possible, however I am still confused by these #l0,
#l1, #l2, etc vars. It's difficult to manage so it takes a little bit
time to understand the code ...
But what is @# ??? It is used a lot but not described in the docs.
>Attached is a fixed version, still a small problem which the automatic
>opening of the sub-menus when you use the mouse to execute the command.
>Would be good if it used the Quick Open file type list - users could then
>use user-setup to define there own list of buffer/file types.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: dgroth@... [mailto:dgroth@...]
>> Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2001 2:36 PM
>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Subject: [jasspa] improved buffer popup: ordered by file extension
>> sometimes I have dozens of files open and with the ordinary buffer-menu,
>> there are difficult to get. java-files are laying between makefiles,
>> perl-files are laying between emf-files so I will order them.
>> The following code still has one problem,
>> I cant't find these *-files ....
>> again this problem with the number of backslashes I tried from
>> one to eight
>> each number of backslashes but these star-files remains hidden ...
>> try it with C-mouse-pick-1.
>> In order to avoid bad wrapping: the file is attached.
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