[Cuis-dev] Global source code finder

Gastón Caruso gstn.caruso at gmail.com
Wed Jul 10 21:54:22 PDT 2019

That’s interesting! I didn’t know Cmd+Shift+e. so I think we should directly perform a search using the selected text instead of opening a new FillingTheBlank morph in that case (I think that is what you suggested).

In that case we should change the behavior of cmd+shift+e too, shouldn’t we?.

I didn’t understand how to reproduce those bugs you mention.


> On 10 Jul 2019, at 11:20, Hernan Wilkinson <hernan.wilkinson at 10pines.com> wrote:
> Hi Gaston,
>  I like the idea of using cmd+shit+f to find but:
> 1) The short cut cmd+shift+e is already assigned to find string within methods. It works in the context of an Smalltalk Editor and it does the same as you did
> 2) Your change introduced two bugs when pressing cmd+T or cmd+F in the browser's editor because you removed #displayIfFalse: and #displayIfTrue: but did not add a postscript to initialize the short cut table (Editor initialize)
> 3) I think that instead of looking for string containing what you entered, it should look for source code containing what you entered
> 4) If you press cancel when asking what to look for, it looks anyway when it should not.
> So, my suggestion is:
> 1) do not remove cmd+T, it is not necessary at this time
> 2) make cmd+F do a lookup in the method source not in strings defined in methods, cmd+E does that already
> 3) add the postcript to initialize the editor (you can do it from the changes window)
> 4) add (F) to the "Methos source with it" to the smalltalk editor menu 
> Is anybody against changing the cmd+F short cut?
> Hernan.
> On Tue, Jul 9, 2019 at 9:42 PM Gastón Caruso via Cuis-dev <cuis-dev at lists.cuis.st <mailto:cuis-dev at lists.cuis.st>> wrote:
> Hi all! I've realized that we have two funny shortcuts (Cmd+Shift+f / Cmd+Shift+t) to insert #ifTrue: and #ifFalse:
> I don't know if someone is using it or if it is there just for historical reasons, but I've removed them and replaced the last one (cmd+shift+f) with the "Method Source with it" option, which I use a lot.
> I didn't find the way to avoid duplicated code on PasteUpMorph and TextEditor (see #openSourceFinder), also I don't know how to classify the new messages.
> The attached chage set includes a postcript to update Editor so it would update the shortcuts when you file in it.
> Let me know what do you think, have a good night!
> Cheers,
> Gastón Caruso
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