[ESS] hide function bodies
marc_schwartz at comcast.net
Thu Jun 21 18:42:48 CEST 2007
On Thu, 2007-06-21 at 11:22 -0400, Richard M. Heiberger wrote:
> When the S-mode buffer is open (myfile.r or myfile.s), the emacs menu
> has an item Imenu-S. Click it, then click "Functions ->".
> This produces a list of the functions. Click a function and you are taken
> to its first line.
That menu also lists any data objects which are present.
I suspect however that Sven is referring to 'code folding', which is
supported for some languages in Emacs.
Examples can be found here:
Besides the menu which Richard refers to, the Emacs Code Browser (ECB)
also supports functionality which is helpful. I use it on Emacs 23 and
F7 and have put up a screen capture here:
You can see the following buffers in the image, which are configurable:
1. Upper left: Directory/File Selection Buffer
2. Middle left: Buffer History
3. Lower left: Object buffer with R function and data objects
4. Upper right: R code buffer
5. Lower right: Sweave .Rnw buffer
Note that I also use subversion and you can see the incorporation of
psvn.el in the modelines and the two upper left hand buffers with icons
indicating file svn status. I also have the tabbar loaded, which is
visible in the two right hand buffers at the top of each.
More information on ECB is here:
The CEDET tool package, which is required for ECB is here:
and the psvn.el file is here:
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