Display Functions is a ST2 Plugin that displays an object's available methods. pressing period after an Object's name will activates the autocomplete, preloaded with the object's methods.
**Available Here: ** https://github.com/BoundInCode/Display-Functions
Questions, comments and criticisms are welcome.
This is awesome!
I have absolutely no reason to use eclipse anymore now, lol.
really good job.
new to ST2, any idea how to format java code ?
Plugin now supports multiple method calls.
Feel free to report bugs or suggest new features.
I need this for C++!
gabriev82, that's what the clang plugin does: github.com/quarnster/SublimeClang
Doesn't work for me.
Traceback (most recent call last):
File ".\sublime_plugin.py", line 282, in run_
File ".\displayfunctions.py", line 45, in run
TypeError: argument of type 'NoneType' is not iterable
What OS are you using?Can you check that you're using the lastest version of Display-Functions?And, if you don't mind, could I see a sample of the code you were trying in on? (You can redact any info that you need to...)
After looking at the example, I realize that I misunderstood the behavior (I thought that it would work when calling static methods without an instance).
I did however find some bugs when removing existing functions:http://yay.nu/w6ROTYhttp://yay.nu/nFmRa2
OS: Windows 7.
Just pushed a fix to github.
The regex for getting the methods is now fixed (it won't display 'if' or 'return' anymore). The plugin now removes any methods that were commented out.
@Tretretre, as for the second bug, did you "." to trigger Display-Functions? It looks as if you triggered the default autocomplete w/ ctrl+space.
No, it was triggered with ".".
The last commit always have this behavior, even when methods exists.
Hopefully all issues should be resolved.
If not, could you be more descriptive: - What is happening?- What's the expected behavior?
BTW, opening an issue through Github is most likely faster and more efficient than posting a bug here on the forum.
Thanks for the fix, works great now!
Found another bug, but I opened an issue on github this time (as well as sent a pull request with a fix).
Ooh, if only this was for PHP
Please report any bugs or feature requests to the github page: https://github.com/BoundInCode/Display-Functions/issues
Another big update.
Now lists the parameters.
Parameters come pre-highlighted for easy insertion.
Once again, please let me know if you have a feature request or found a bug.
Can you add PHP support ? Just replace the . by -> or ::
Maybe, but it will require a pretty big change. Mostly because Java is strictly typed and PHP is loosely typed. I'll be working with PHP in the upcoming months, so we'll see.
You want SublimeCodeIntel for PHP
no because SCI need to parse/refresh all your codes, SCI is heavy...