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Kate Symbol Viewer Plugin

   1.11.0  

KDE Development Tool

Score 88%
Kate Symbol Viewer Plugin
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Kate Symbol Viewer Plugin
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Kate Symbol Viewer Plugin
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Link:  http://
Depends on  KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  4051
Submitted:  Jan 11 2005
Updated:  Mar 16 2008

Description:

Kate Symbol Viewer is a sidebar plugin for Kate that has been integrated in KDE since version 3.2.0.
It allows developers to view symbols (functions, macros and data types) from source code.
By clicking the parsed information you can easily browse the code.
At the moment the following languages are supported:
C/C++, Java, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, XSLT, Tcl/Tk, Fortran

Feature list:
- List/Tree mode
- Enable/disable sorting
- Hide/Show Functions Parameters
- Can expand/collapse tree mode
- Auto-update on document change
- Code parsing is based on Kate highlighting




Changelog:

1.11.0
Improved PHP parser (thanks to Gef)
Improved Fortran parser (thanks to Louis). Support on/off parameters display as well
ANSI C89 supported
key navigation now handles Return key press

1.10.0
*** Added Ruby support

1.9.0
*** Added preliminary PHP support
*** Added XSLT support (thanx to Jiri Tyr)

1.8.1
- perl parser patch (thanx to josander)
- python supports multiline defs/classes
- sorting mode on popup menu

1.8.0
*** Added JAVA support
Basically it uses an improved version of the C++ parser. Not being a Java developer, I would kindly need any feedback from the users.
Following the changes:
- support for classes (not nested, sorry )
- fixes on comments also for macros
- support for inline functions

Configuration Page
- option to automatically expand nodes when in tree mode

This is a version for KDE-apps.org for the KDE 3.5.x users. The mainstream changes are applied only to the KDE 4 SVN trunk.

For a complete changelog please refer to KDE 4 SVN:
http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/KDE/kdesdk/kate/plugins/symbolviewer/
or KDE 3.5 branch:
http://websvn.kde.org/branches/KDE/3.5/kdeaddons/kate/cppsymbolviewer/




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 Bug with perl code?

 
 by truesoupfly on: Mar 3 2009
 
Score 50%

Hi,

An equal sign at the start of a line hides functions below it in the symbol viewer.

Mandriva 2008.0 i586
kde 3.5.7
Kate Symbol Viewer Plugin 1.11.0

As you know I had to download, and compile to get v1.11.0 on kde3. I don't know if that may be factor. Maybe others can verify by coping and pasting the code below.

Here is an example...
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sub A{
my $variable = "anything";
}

sub B{
my $variable
= "somethingelse"; # <- all functions below will be hidden because of this line.
}

sub C{ #<- does not show
my $variable = "somethingelse";
}
--------

According to my boss an equals sign on a new line is part of Perl good practices when the write side of the equals is long. Personally I don't like that convention, but I keep having to modify other people's code that has this all over.

Thank for a great product keep up the good work!


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 Re: Bug with perl code?

 
 by swarddev on: Apr 14 2009
 
Score 50%

I expect it treats an '=' in the first column special because of its use in Perl Plain Old Docs (delimiters like '=pod' and '=cut').


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 Re: Fix + KDE4 compile info

 
 by truesoupfly on: Feb 10 2010
 
Score 50%

I added this to perl_parse.cpp

from
"^="
to
"^=(pod|begin)"
from
"^=cut$"
to
"^=(cut|end)"

This fixes the function list when it encounters something like this:

my foo
= 'something';

Getting this plugin to compile under kde3 was challenging, but not too painful. All I needed was the devel rpms

I recently moved to kde4 v4.3 (Mandriva 2010), and found myself having to patch the kate symbol viewer again.

Here is what I had todo to compile on kde4.

1) install kde4 devel packages

2) check the svn trunk:
svn export svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/trunk/KDE/kdesdk/kate/plugins/symbolviewer/

3) Edit the CMakeLists.txt

Add the following to the beginning:

find_package(KDE4)

include (KDE4Defaults)
include_directories(${KDE4_INCLUDES} )
include(${QT_USE_FILE})
include_directories(${QT_QT3SUPPORT_INCLUDE_DIR})

ADD_DEFINITIONS(${QT_DEFINITIONS})
ADD_DEFINITIONS(-DQT3_SUPPORT)

4) run the standard cmake build procedure.

$mkdir build
cd build
cmake ..
make
make install

This was my first cmake build (very cool). It took me a while to figure this out.

I hope it saves others some time.


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 Re: Fix + KDE4 compile info

 
 by truesoupfly on: Feb 10 2010
 
Score 50%

I added this to perl_parse.cpp

from
"^="
to
"^=(pod|begin)"
from
"^=cut$"
to
"^=(cut|end)"

This fixes the function list when it encounters something like this:

my foo
= 'something';

Getting this plugin to compile under kde3 was challenging, but not too painful. All I needed was the devel rpms

I recently moved to kde4 v4.3 (Mandriva 2010), and found myself having to patch the kate symbol viewer again.

Here is what I had todo to compile on kde4.

1) install kde4 devel packages

2) check the svn trunk:
svn export svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/trunk/KDE/kdesdk/kate/plugins/symbolviewer/

3) Edit the CMakeLists.txt

Add the following to the beginning:

find_package(KDE4)

include (KDE4Defaults)
include_directories(${KDE4_INCLUDES} )
include(${QT_USE_FILE})
include_directories(${QT_QT3SUPPORT_INCLUDE_DIR})

ADD_DEFINITIONS(${QT_DEFINITIONS})
ADD_DEFINITIONS(-DQT3_SUPPORT)

4) run the standard cmake build procedure.

$mkdir build
cd build
cmake ..
make
make install

This was my first cmake build (very cool). It took me a while to figure this out.

I hope it saves others some time.


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 Context menu on kde4

 
 by truesoupfly on: Feb 10 2010
 
Score 50%

Right click on the symbol viewer panel pops up a context menu.

For perl code it lists this as its second group section:
-show macros
-show structures
-show functions

They don't work.


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