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Hi you will be pleased to learn that "No, I don't think that you can get a particular line calling it" BUT you can with ESTK2, add bookmarks (I hope this is the good term in english, I have a fr estk here).
Then you can navigate through the bookmarks. If you have ten bookmarks, I guess you can't access the 8th instantanately but pressing F2 mny times will allow you to navigate very quick through your code.
well this helps some but if I get an error message in line 328, which I do not know beforehand, I cannot use bookmarks
another thing that you may do, but it's clearly crap, is to add comments like //lnX where x is incremental
Then youn can search for ln150 for example
But I do recognize this is the worst way of navigating ever.
But you know what after all.
Just run your scipt into ESTK, it will point directly the line which is causing the error. Doesn't it ?
> But you know what after all.
> Just run your scipt into ESTK, it will point directly the line which is causing the error. Doesn't it ?
ESTK was much better about this than ESTK2, FWIW.