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How to get an outline view in sublime texteditor?

Postby Tony Krantz on Fri Feb 05, 2010 1:42 pm

How do I get an outline view?

The minimap is helpful but I miss a traditional outline (a klickable list of all the functions or classes in my code in the order they appear for quick navigation and orientation).

Maybe there is a plugin, addon or similar? It would also be nice if you can shortly name which steps are neccesary to make it work.

(This was asked on stackoverflow but there was no answer until today: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2075317/how-to-get-an-outline-view-in-sublime-texteditor )
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Re: How to get an outline view in sublime texteditor?

Postby vim on Sat Feb 06, 2010 9:18 pm

what about ctrl+R to list symbols?
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Re: How to get an outline view in sublime texteditor?

Postby Tony Krantz on Mon Feb 08, 2010 10:49 pm

vim wrote:what about ctrl+R to list symbols?


Thank you. I downloaded the latest beta and now I have this ctrl-R popup. (In my older version it was not available)

Though it does not show me all functions in a javascript class file. Can I make it understand my javascript class syntax somehow?
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