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|0000238||OMNeT++||IDE / NED editor||public||2011-01-21 14:20||2011-05-27 13:40|
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|Summary||0000238: Switching from ned file to C++ file ignores @class property|
|Description||The omnet IDE allows to easily view the C++ code of a NED module by using the Ctrl-TAB shortcut. |
However, when working with a NED module B that extends another NED module A, the shortcut goes to the C++ code associated with this other NED module A. This is the desired behaviour if there is no associated C++ code for module B. But sometimes this B module will also have associated C++ code, and this is indicated in the NED module with the @class(B) statement.
As far as I know, the @class(B) statement is always ignored.
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After testing I think the bug is a bit different. Having an inheritance chain:
A extends B extends C
if no @class is specified then the IDE opened A.h instead of C.h if CTRL-TAB is pressed on A.
On the other hand if B has @class(B) and C has @class(C) then it goes C.h while it should go to B.h (the first one with @class in the inheritance chain).
Fixed the issue with stopping at the first @class and falling back to the END of the inheritance chain if no @class is present.
I found a problem when testing this with omnet++4.2b1.
In MiXiM (http://mixim.sourceforge.net [^]), if I open the csma.ned (in modules/mac) and try ctrl-tab, I obtain the following error message:
The chosen operation is not enabled.
If I open the csma.h and csma.cc files, then the feature works.
If I close these two .h and .cc files, the feature continues to work.
I also obtained another error message: "Could not find the c++ class" or something like this. I cannot get it again. Now I closed omnet and restarted it, and I don't get any error, but the source files don't open.
A related problem: when opening a ned file, it is initially in design mode. In that view, the ctrl-tab feature does not work.
|The CTRL-TAB behavior is modified to be able to use it even after opening the NED file (without selecting a ned element first). It opens the first simple module in this case.|
|2011-01-21 14:20||jeromerousselot||New Issue|
|2011-01-21 14:56||rhornig||Note Added: 0000367|
|2011-01-21 14:56||rhornig||Status||new => resolved|
|2011-01-21 14:56||rhornig||Fixed in Version||=> 4.2b1|
|2011-01-21 14:56||rhornig||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2011-01-21 14:56||rhornig||Assigned To||=> rhornig|
|2011-03-04 11:49||jeromerousselot||Note Added: 0000405|
|2011-03-04 11:49||jeromerousselot||Status||resolved => feedback|
|2011-03-04 11:49||jeromerousselot||Resolution||fixed => reopened|
|2011-05-27 13:40||rhornig||Note Added: 0000464|
|2011-05-27 13:40||rhornig||Status||feedback => resolved|
|2011-05-27 13:40||rhornig||Fixed in Version||4.2b1 => 4.2b3|
|2011-05-27 13:40||rhornig||Resolution||reopened => fixed|
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