Re: Re: Goto Line ?
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- Subject: [mg54906] Re: [mg54893] Re: Goto Line ?
- From: Andrzej Kozlowski <akoz at mimuw.edu.pl>
- Date: Sun, 6 Mar 2005 00:55:56 -0500 (EST)
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It is only inconsistent to the extent that it is inconsistent for WRI
to develop a package format for Mathematica and provide no tools for
editing or handling of packages (besides a basic template). The
FrontEnd has tools only for manipulating notebooks and the concept of
"line" is not appropriate in a Mathematica notebook.
On the other this is an opportunity for someone else to develop such
tools. For example, on the Mac someone familiar with Tcl could develop
a Mathematica package mode for the AlphaX editor (or using Tk instead
of TCl one could do this for AlphaTk which also runs on Windows).
On 5 Mar 2005, at 07:34, Kevin J. McCann wrote:
> This seems a bit inconsistent for Wolfram to indicate a cryptic error
> some specific line #, but to then fail to have a way within
> Mathematica itself
> to correct the problem. Yeah, I know, it will be fixed in a future
> Peltio wrote:
>> You wrote
>>> In my package is an error. "Line 466: missing ..." or so.
>>> How Do I go to Line 466 in Mathematica 4.2?
>> In Mathematica, I don't know. But if you open your package as a text
>> file in a text
>> editor such as PFE, KWrite or EditPad (they are all free) you can do
>> that in
>> a jiffy.
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