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Offline konstantin

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« Posted 2005-02-02 07:13:39 »

When programming GAMES I often tend to visualise problems and solutions in complex images. I usually draw solutions and cases on paper and trasfer those ideas into code. It might be different cases of collision between a set of objects or possible pathways across a grid ...

I have tried out lots of different code editors and are currently working with DreamWeaver (not the best I have tried, but it currently matches the rest of my day to day setup very well).

However; one feature that I really miss in all the editors I have tried is possibility to link images into the code.

This could be done in the same way a html <img> tag works. It could be commented away in the code. But the editor recognises the tag and displays the liked image, when working with the code. But the compiler and any other editor would just see the <img> tag as a comment, and would not know about the image.

What do you think about this feature and do you know about a code editor that have this feature?

/Fredrik Josefsson

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2005-02-02 07:33:15 »

I'd suggest customizing JEdit (open source, wriitten in java, uses java scripting (bsh)) or Eclipse (write a self-contained plugin that sits in its own window, perhaps?)

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