[ns] An editor to modify NS-2 C++ files ?
Paul Vincent Craven
paul at cravenfamily.com
Thu Jun 1 19:40:59 PDT 2006
Make sure you have the C++ indexer turned on for the project. Also make
sure that the files are listed as a 'source folder' as opposed to a
regular folder. If a file is indexed, you should be able to see an
outline of it in the outline window.
> Date: Thu, 1 Jun 2006 10:38:32 +0200
> From: "Hai Nam" <hainam at gmail.com>
> Subject: [ns] An editor to modify NS-2 C++ files ?
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> Hello the list,
> I'm now modifying NS-2 C++ files directly in the installation folder
> using Eclipse with C++ plug in, but it doesn't have any comparable
> advantage to a lightweight editor. Anyone has experience in this, how
> we can use an editor that can display hints, can complete a
> keyword/function name...
> Thanks in advance
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