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> On 3 Feb 2019, at 02:42, Sean P. DeNigris <sean at clipperadams.com> wrote:
>> believe the default is to evaluate the whole line where the cursor is if
> nothing is selected.
That reminds me - while I fixed the senders/implementers search commands to intelligently look for the nearest selector to the cursor (in pharo7), I forgot about workspace evaluation - doit or printit should find the nearest complete expression (even if multiline) and evaluate that - unless you specifically highlight something. It makes it much more efficient to then examine things quickly.
I like the way is work now because I can super execute one line or multiple line.
Now what frustrates me is that Command-B does not automatically select the line.
I always wanted that
Command-B looks for implementors when the symbol is not a class
(if it is a class we get the class definition)
Command-M when the symbol is a class should do a Command-B
else a look for implementors
I think that now denis reintroduced the behavior I added long time ago and that was removed.
The glitch left is the missing automatic selection of the line :)