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[done] Go To Function Definition


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It would be nice to be able to right click on a function you have defined elsewhere and choose something like 'go to definition' so that you could more easily work through problems.

Or is this already a feature and I've just missed where it is?

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I would agree I have used other editors and found extremely usefull.

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Find-Declaration (Shift+F12) does this.

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That's a fantastic new feature in v5 !!
Is there also a shortcut to go back?
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You can use the browser forward and browse backward buttons in the Navigator toolbar.
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Hmmm, I learned somthing new again. Thanks Smile

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wow, i haven't seen that before, thank you.
Alt+Up works as well...
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dmitri wrote:
Find-Declaration (Shift+F12) does this.
And so does CTRL+mouse click Wink

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When you select 'Find definition', if there are many function definitions, can I have a windows to select wich is the good?

Thanks a lot
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if you have multiple functions with the same name located in different files, it's either a poor design or is a good indication that you have different projects coupled together in one. If so, just break them back Smile

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dmitri wrote:
if you have multiple functions with the same name located in different files, it's either a poor design or is a good indication that you have different projects coupled together in one.


You also run into this problem a lot when working with others' libraries, especially if they're not object-oriented. That's why there's a big demand for namespaces in PHP. (Unfortunately, it doesn't look like they're going to come anytime soon.)
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They will do support for the namespaces at the moment when they find an implemetation that does not break the performance.
IMHO, perfomance of the proposed patches is not good because of php nature. If it supported library/module paradigm (get rid of includes in favor to use or link), it would be much easier to deal with namespaces.

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