[racket-dev] "bookmarks" in drracket?

From: Stephen Chang (stchang at ccs.neu.edu)
Date: Sat Feb 4 17:22:22 EST 2012

> Since jumping to a definition will sometime open a new window.

Is this true in drracket? It doesnt seem like it is. I have a new
implementation where bookmarks are a text mixin, so each tab will have
it's own stack. But there is no jumping between windows.

On Sat, Feb 4, 2012 at 5:00 PM, Guillaume Marceau <gmarceau at gmail.com> wrote:
> Note that the "Bookmark" features are almost always separate from the
> "Long Jump" features, both in key binding and in nomenclature.
> In Visual Studio:
>  Jump to definition: F12
>  Jump back on the stack: C-*
>  Jump forward on the stack: C-&
>  Toggle a bookmark: C-k C-k
>  Jump to next bookmark: C-k C-n
>  Jump to previous bookmark: C-k C-n
> In Eclipse:
>  Jump to definition: F3
>  Jump back on the stack: A-left
>  Jump forward on the stack: A-right
>  By default, Eclipse doesn't have keyboard shortcut for its
> bookmarking feature, but some people use
>  Toggle a bookmark: C-b
>  Jump to next bookmark: C-n
>  Jump to previous bookmark: C-p
> In Emacs (using the built-in tagging functionality):
>  Jump to definition: M-.
>  Jump back on the stack: M-*
>  Jump forward on the stack: not available
>  Toggle a bookmark: C-x r m
>  Jump to next bookmark: C-x r j
>  Jump to a different bookmark (from a list): C-x r l
> I don't remember any having a visual display of the stack. I don't
> remember any saving the stack across sessions. Some save bookmarks, or
> save them them, but only if you ask.
> To make the stack feature work, it is essential that it jump across
> windows. You want M-. followed by M-* to cancel each other.

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