Gedit Source Code Browser
A source code class and function browser plugin for Gedit 3.
- Author: Micah Carrick
- Version: 3.0.1
This plugin will add a new tab to the side pane in the Gedit text editor which shows symbols (functions, classes, variables, etc.) for the active document. Clicking a symbol in the list wil jump to the line on which that symbol is defined.
See the ctags supported languages for a list of the 41 programming languages supported by this plugin.
This plugins is for Gedit 3 and is not compatible with Gedit 2.x.
The Gedit Source Code Browser plugin uses Exuberant Ctags to parse symbols out of source code. Exuberant Ctags is avaialable in the software repository for many distributions. To make sure you have ctags correctly installed, issue the following command:
Make sure that you see Exuberant Ctags in the version output.
Download this repository by clicking the Downloads button at the top of the github page or issue the following command in a terminal:
git clone git://github.com/Quixotix/gedit-source-code-browser.git
Copy the file
sourcecodebrowser.pluginand the folder
Activate the plugin in Gedit by choosing 'Edit > Preferences', the selecting the 'Plugins' tab, and checking the box next to 'Soucre Code Browser'.
(Optional) If you want to enable the configuration dialog you need to compile the settings schema. You must do this as root.
cp org.gnome.gedit.plugins.sourcecodebrowser.gschema.xml /usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas/
- Added a configuration dialog.
- Fixed bug where ctags fails to parse filenames with spaces.
- Fixed bug with unpacking the "signature" field in C code.
- Added icons for enumerators and typedefs in C code.
CSS is not supported. This issue is about ctags and not this plugin. You can extend ctags to add support for any language you like. Many people have provided their fixes to on internet such as this patch for CSS support.
PHP is supported, however, PHP5 classes are not well supported. This is again an issue with ctags. There are numerous fixes to be found onn the internet such as these patches for better PHP5 support.
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