Fwd: Bug#27716: see function under container file in project treeview

Richard Dale Richard_Dale at tipitina.demon.co.uk
Sat Jun 30 02:27:48 UTC 2001

On Fri, 29 Jun 2001, jbb wrote:
> Also is there differences in the class view between java and c++ and python 
> and other class languages? I say there was, but I'm a bit limited on the 
> language knowledge. Hmmmm....
Java has 'package' access, as well as 'private', 'protected' and 'public' -
there is no icon to display this, nor an attribute type in the C++ class parser
interface for holding that (currently 'package' is held as 'protected' I
think) Java has interfaces as well as classes - they are shown with the same
icon in the class view. 

Java classes often have long package names like 'org.kde.koala.KAction'.
The class parser doesn't handle fully qualified class names containing '.'s at
the moment. A '.' might need to be converted to a '/' (slash), when a path plus
classname is added to the class store, as '.'s have a special meaning
internally. The '/'s would need to be converted back to '.'s on display.

On the class view, this could be shown as:


Or should the package components be concatenated together to prevent
excessive nesting?


-- Richard

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