Dreaming of new generation IDE
stef.mientki at gmail.com
Wed Feb 3 19:54:14 CET 2010
On 03-02-2010 18:21, Vladimir Ignatov wrote:
>>> Imagine simple operation like "method renaming" in a simple "dumb"
>>> environment like text editor + grep. Now imagine how simple it can be
>>> if system "knows" all your identifiers and just regenerates relevant
>>> portions of text from internal database-alike representation.
>> I think every IDE (not older than 20 years) does that already.
> And fix every reference to it in all files? For python? I don't think
> so. I even don't think this is possible at all.
with tools like inspect it certainly should be possible
> That if several
> different objects have a similar named method? How will IDE "classify"
> calls and renames only some of calls and not others?
yep, you're right,
the IDE's I use have as the beste "search / select / rename".
But how often do you must/want to rename something (mature) ?
> Vladimir Ignatov
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