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VS.NET Add-in providing easy code navigation feature

, 30 Jan 2003
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VS.NET Add-in providing easy code navigation feature.

Introduction

QuickJump .NET provides the same feature as the GExperts function browser for Delphi. It allows you to quickly jump to a code declaration.

How to use it

When installed, just type the Alt-G shortcut in the text editor and a dialog is shown with all the code elements. Next you just have to type a part of the code element you are looking for, to filter the list and hit return to jump to it's declaration.

Source

The code is documented.

Updates

  • Some minor bugs removed.
  • You can now browse for properties, structs, etc ...
  • VS7.1 support

License

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Thierry Bouquain
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Comments and Discussions

 
GeneralVS 2005 Pin
hex2211-Jan-06 14:55
memberhex2211-Jan-06 14:55 
GeneralRe: VS 2005 Pin
NoneOfYourBusinessEver21-Jan-06 12:41
memberNoneOfYourBusinessEver21-Jan-06 12:41 
QuestionHow do you make this work? Pin
CoderJ12-Sep-05 10:32
memberCoderJ12-Sep-05 10:32 
GeneralNo working while in Header File Pin
chofra0331-Aug-04 8:45
memberchofra0331-Aug-04 8:45 
GeneralLove it Pin
zythra22-Jun-04 5:30
memberzythra22-Jun-04 5:30 
GeneralOnly Displaying symbols in current class Pin
dsyzling11-Jun-03 1:26
memberdsyzling11-Jun-03 1:26 
Generalinvisible Pin
Fayez Al-Naddaf1-Feb-03 14:50
memberFayez Al-Naddaf1-Feb-03 14:50 
GeneralRe: invisible Pin
Thierry Bouquain2-Feb-03 21:52
memberThierry Bouquain2-Feb-03 21:52 
GeneralRe: invisible Pin
Tom Archer23-Jul-03 18:54
memberTom Archer23-Jul-03 18:54 
QuestionWhich version of VS.Net? Pin
ccbne31-Jan-03 7:10
memberccbne31-Jan-03 7:10 
AnswerRe: Which version of VS.Net? Pin
Fayez Al-Naddaf31-Jan-03 14:20
memberFayez Al-Naddaf31-Jan-03 14:20 
GeneralRe: Which version of VS.Net? Pin
nidhogg1-Feb-03 7:01
membernidhogg1-Feb-03 7:01 
GeneralRe: Which version of VS.Net? Pin
Fayez Al-Naddaf1-Feb-03 14:41
memberFayez Al-Naddaf1-Feb-03 14:41 
Questionchanges for vb.net? Pin
kubikubi30-Jan-03 23:32
memberkubikubi30-Jan-03 23:32 
AnswerRe: changes for vb.net? Pin
Anonymous30-Jan-03 23:35
sussAnonymous30-Jan-03 23:35 
GeneralRe: changes for vb.net? Pin
kubikubi30-Jan-03 23:46
memberkubikubi30-Jan-03 23:46 
GeneralRe: changes for vb.net? Pin
Thierry Bouquain30-Jan-03 23:51
memberThierry Bouquain30-Jan-03 23:51 
Generalgreat, but alt+g doesn't work Pin
bojanm730-Jan-03 2:39
memberbojanm730-Jan-03 2:39 
GeneralRe: great, but alt+g doesn't work Pin
bojanm730-Jan-03 20:56
memberbojanm730-Jan-03 20:56 
GeneralExcellent - thanks. Pin
AlexH28-Oct-02 15:25
memberAlexH28-Oct-02 15:25 
GeneralYou can also... Pin
Ray Cassick21-Oct-02 4:57
memberRay Cassick21-Oct-02 4:57 
GeneralRe: You can also... Pin
Thierry Bouquain21-Oct-02 5:26
memberThierry Bouquain21-Oct-02 5:26 
GeneralRe: You can also... Pin
Anonymous21-Oct-02 5:37
sussAnonymous21-Oct-02 5:37 

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