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Huw Collingbourne

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Huw Collingbourne is Director of Technology for the Ruby In Steel IDE
The Amethyst 2 Scratchpad Posted: Dec 17, 2012 9:34 AM
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In a previous blog, I described the ‘bubble' debug editors which we've built into Amethyst 2. We've also used this style of lightweight editor (or code window) to encapsulate single methods and items of text – a Note. To hold all these items, we've implemented a type of console – the Amethyst Scratchpad. This has three areas – Notes, Methods and Searches. A Note is created by selecting some text – it can be anything in a code window (...)

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