+ update 2020: WARNING - support of the decompiler is now VERY LIMITED. There are no active developers. This means we will NOT develop new features and/or fix most of bugs. We left the tracker running in case somebody from community would like to work on it. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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Would be really cool to see some additional functionality for code navigation in
decompiler, like CTRL+CLICK - navigate to definition, mouse prev/next - navigate back and
In latest nightly build, there is implemented sort of "Goto declaration" with Ctrl+Click.
It works only for multinames (class attributes+methods), not variable names (local
registers) or types.
It matches same multinames, that means if two classes have declared same multiname, it
matches both of them.
If more than one declaration matches, dialog with list is displayed.
You can also use hotkey Ctrl+B or select the action via editor context menu.
Also find usages (Ctrl+U) was added.
Thanks, but loos like it doesn't works properly.
Please, check the attached file.
I open class Main and navigate to the line 16:
Then I try to click on init() method call holding CTRL, but it doesn't jump into the
init() method body.
Same for loop function reference on the line 33:
In this case, init function definition is QName and function call is Multiname.
Current algorithm searches only names of same type and parameters.
It's not perfect and does not work in many cases, but it's at least something.
Maybe in the future we will implement something better (full multiname/type resolving )
I see now. Well, this is better then nothing, but it may confuse people since there is no
way to know we can jump using CTRL+Click until we try to jump. Underlining jumpable items
on mouse over (while CTRL is pressed) or on CTRL press would help here.