I would like to see:
1. Name of the variable (icon should indicate modifiers)
2. Actual Type
4. Declared type (because the declared type may be different from actual type)
5. Declaring type (because a field may be an inherited field)
6. Object id
Sorting based on all columns.
Ability to see the long value strings in a detail pane.
Ability to display value using special formats based on the actual type and/or
Directly modify values of primitive types and string variables.
Directly modify values of Dates, Colors using property editors (may be asking
g for too much).
Copying the contents of the table as comma separated values or XML.
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This view may give you an idea of what I am suggesting. Only thing is Object Explorer is reflection based tool and shows values in current JVM. (See contrib to try out ObjectExplorer).
OK, this is doable -> Will be considered. Note that it is already possible to
directly modify values of primitive types and strings (just double click end
edit the value in Local Var window).
I would also like to see the popup actions to jump to the Declared type and
the Actual type of the variables.
Eclipse debugger supports all these functions.
Set target-milestone of open issue to TBD (was < 7.3, f.e. 6.8), so the issue doesn't get lost.
Set target-milestone of open issue to TBD (was < 7.3, f.e. 6.8), so the issue
doesn't get lost. This time the target milestone is really set.