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Jens Odborg 3 years ago • updated 3 years ago 1
I know similar things exists in some XML editors, though I don't know how much influence the user have in which columns is shown in those editor, I think it is important that columns can be configured on the fly when using OzCode
see e.g. screen shots here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1609112/is-ther...
Sorry wrong anchor on that link was more think like the other answer http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1609112/is-ther...(the purple block) where each array member element has it own column
like this:

assume inspecting MyArray defined as follow:
<code>
class MyMember { int a; int b; int c; }
MyMember[] MyArray;
</code>

<inspect>
- MyArray
    name a b c
    [0] 1 2 3
    [1] 4 5 6
    [2] 7 8 9
</inspect>

as alternative view of

<inspect>
- MyArray
  - [0]
      a 1
      b 2
      c 3
   - [1]
      a 4 
      b 5
      c 6
   - [2]
      a 7
      b 8
      c 9
</inspect>