[IronPython] IronPython tools - minor suggestion
s.j.dower at gmail.com
Thu Mar 24 00:34:22 PDT 2011
The Productivity Power Tools extension
may be the better place for this sort of feature (it already includes
line highlighting), though I don't know whether it supports the shell
versions (IIRC, it's >=Professional only). I'd be quite happy to have
indent guides in most languages.
On Thu, Mar 24, 2011 at 18:22, Lukáš Duběda <loocas at duber.cz> wrote:
> Hi, Dino,
> thanks for the reply, I'll start a "bug" report over there.
> As for the indent guides, yes, that's exactly it.
> I'm most used to the SciTE editor and this layout is exactly
> what I need:
> Also, actual line highlighting would be nice, too ;)
> Can't believe the VS Shell editor is this limited in comparison
> to other freely available IDEs.
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> On 24.3.2011 1:58, Dino Viehland wrote:
>> Lukáš wrote:
>>> first off, the IronPython Tools for VS 2010 are really great!
>> Could you open bugs for these? I'd suggest opening them on
>> just because that seems like the more likely future of Python tooling in
>> VS. But
>> you could open them on ironpython.codeplex.com in case there's someone who
>> will fix them there.
>>> However, one minor suggestion:
>>> could you please add an option to remove the annoying wavy underline for
>>> error highlighting in the code?
>> This should be easy.
>>> And also could you add tab (indentation) vertical guides (like SciTe
>>> has) for easier indent navigation in heavily nested code?
>> Is this something like the vertical lines in this image?
>> Or do you have a link to an image of what you'd want? This one might not
>> so easy but it'd be good to capture it in a list of possible features.
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