Display short description for collapse (fold) comment block

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Display short description for collapse (fold) comment block

Post by Sorbing » Wed Mar 14, 2012 8:39 am

Hi.
I want to make a suggestion to improve Eclipse IDE.
Would be very comfortably when collapse block comments to display first line with description.
But do not fold completely block comments.

Now folding works so (not displayed a short description, not comfortable):
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In PDT, JSDT works:
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Your can do so (example):
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Otherwise I have often collapse / expand or wait for the hint with the description.
Thanks.

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Re: Display short description for collapse (fold) comment bl

Post by Sorbing » Tue Mar 20, 2012 4:17 pm

Say at least something...

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Re: Display short description for collapse (fold) comment bl

Post by eric_suen » Fri Mar 23, 2012 4:54 pm

hmm, if your comment like

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/** description
 * ...
 */
then it will show first line anyway.

besides, it's more complicate than it looks, I will add it to my todo list.

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Re: Display short description for collapse (fold) comment bl

Post by Sorbing » Mon Mar 26, 2012 10:24 am

I'm looking forward to fixing.
Since showing the first line (description) for folding the comment block is available on most IDE.
Thank you for Spket. Do you have the best IDE for javascript. Be first!)
P.S. By the way, discovered that Spket does not support HTML tags as U, I, STRIKE in the comments.

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Re: Display short description for collapse (fold) comment bl

Post by Sorbing » Wed Jun 27, 2012 8:48 am

I think this is bad (dirty) solution:

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/** description
* ...
*/
Say that with this issue? I look in the direction PHPStorm, although I liked Spket.

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