C0D312 wrote:@Anomareh, wow, chill out. Upgrading to python 3 is the only way to move forward. The fact that it's not backwards compatible is old news. Get over it.
C0D312 wrote:umm, how about... no. I don't really get the point you're trying to make.
To clear up the money issues that some people (*cough* Anomareh) don't seem to understand:
(1.)Your ST2 license works for ST3 while it's in beta.
(2.)Considering that ST2 was in beta for about a year, I think you'll be okay. (Not to mention that ST2 was in alpha for a lonnnnng time)
(3.)An extra $15-30 really isn't asking much.
Also, ST3 is fast as fuck. You should get it.
I'm pretty sure the only reason you can give me about how swapping to Python 3 is moving forward is that 3 is a higher number than 2
the support for 3 just isn't there yet. It's a process that takes time and it can't be forced.
Due to ST3 being a paid upgrade the user base between ST2 and ST3 is going to be split.
He can call it whatever he wants, it doesn't change the fact of the matter.
Also the latest stable release of ST2 blows the ST2 public alpha out of the water speed wise. Your point?
bizoo wrote:xeno.by wrote:bizoo wrote:The GotoDefinition command is defined in a file symbol.py in the Default.sublime-package (which is a zip file) in your installation folder (C:\Program Files\Sublime Text 3\Packages for Windows).
So I suppose you can copy and paste the content of the file in a new file of your User folder, rename the class and adapt it to your need.
Didn't have time to look into that yet, but would it be possible to show a preview of the currently selected option in the quick panel?
Sorry, don't understand.
I think it's already work the way you want:
F12 on a method open a quick_panel with all the occurrence of this name. And when navigating among the results you see a preview of the file in the editor.
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