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Question - IDE [Suggestion] Collapsible code

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Big_Macca_101

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Hi there, I think the title speaks for itself but I'm suggesting collapsible code segments, specifically to how parakeet-ide handled there collapsible code.

For example you would collapse the code and it would just show a small box containing ... inside unless you had a triple slash comment it would show the comments content. (As shown in the images bellow)

I feel like this would be a very welcome and useful addition!

code_commented.PNG code_uncomment.PNG
 
Hi there, I think the title speaks for itself but I'm suggesting collapsible code segments, specifically to how parakeet-ide handled there collapsible code.

For example you would collapse the code and it would just show a small box containing ... inside unless you had a triple slash comment it would show the comments content. (As shown in the images bellow)

I feel like this would be a very welcome and useful addition!

View attachment 6859 View attachment 6860

This was already announced, and they are already working on something similar! ;)

Code:
#region Update Logic Here
       y += 10;
#endregion
(this would generate a collapsable region, is how it's done in C#, take a look at it)
 
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Big_Macca_101

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This was already announced, and they are already working on something similar! ;)

Code:
#region Update Logic Here
       y += 10;
#endregion
(this would generate a collapsable region, is how it's done in C#, take a look at it)
Oh Brilliant!

I have had experience dealing with C# and the region syntax would be even better, when was this announced?
 

Roderick

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From that:
Mike said, it will be little like in Visual Studio "regions", so it won't fold on every if/else/while/for, but only when you add proper comment (probably /// #region and /// #endregion, but it's only my prediction).
Personally, I'd rather just see every section in {curly braces} automatically be foldable, but that's just my opinion.
 
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