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Re: Re: Goto Line ?
>> If you've got the file opened, why don't you edit it immediatelly??? Because it's not always trivial editing package (.m) files -- if the package includes a lot of special symbols, for instance. Some people edit their packages in text editors (I gather), but I never would. Bobby On Sat, 5 Mar 2005 01:34:43 -0500 (EST), Peter Pein <petsie at arcor.de> wrote: > Detlef Müller wrote: > >> Detlef Müller wrote: >> >>> Hello, >>> >>> I hope I don't blame me too much ... >>> >>> In my package is an error. "Line 466: missing ..." or so. >>> >> >> It was a Warning ... >> >> >>> How Do I go to Line 466 in Mathematica 4.2? >>> >> >> >> So far i loaded the File in emacs went to Line 466 >> and saw what was there. >> >> Then going to the same point with the editor of >> Mathematica ... >> >> I'm sure there is an easier way :) >> >> >> Greetings, >> Detlef >> > AFAIK emacs is capable of changing the contents of a text file > (understatement of the year) ?!? > > If you've got the file opened, why don't you edit it immediatelly??? > > I'm sure, you have got good reasons, but I've got an > "severe imagination error [Cancel][Continue][Help]". ;-) > -- DrBob at bigfoot.com www.eclecticdreams.net