Also, what should TillaGoto do when the user selects an external function? Should it open up the file and point the cursor to the line definition? That just feels like it's doing more than what it is designed to do.
The user could just open up both files and use TillaGoto in each of them. It just seems like a lot of work for a feature that feels like it's beyond the scope of the script's purpose.
I have been thinking about this as well and I think this feature would be freaking good
It would be great if the file would be opened and cursor would jump to the function.
This is my problem about splitting the scripts into several files. So I try to keep all functions and labels together.
This feature would be a great advance in this matter.
- SciTE already recognizes if the file is opened so when you reopen it, it would just activate the tab with that file. So this part is not the problem
- Functions included in another script could be shown Function(.\Tools\hotkeys.ahk) so very easy to recognize
- The only problem I can think of is how to find the file!?
--- for example #include ..\Tools\hotkeys.ahk
------ how could we get the working directory?!? file location + SetWorkingDir command..
@ TheGood - any chance you try it? I will help where I can.