[GRC] Search function rewrite

Hi,

I just completed a rewrite of the search function in GRC (on master).
The block tree is now filted (instead of showing search results in a
separete category). Also, this fixes the long-standing bug where GRC
would crash if the search was open and the window was scrolled to the
end.

To search, press crtl+f and start typing; press Return to add the first
hit and Esc to abort/reset. Also, you can use the arrow keys to navigate
the search results.

For the vim-ers out there I’ll probably add second keybinding next. =)

Cheers,
Sebastian


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On Sun, Oct 27, 2013 at 1:51 PM, Johnathan C.
[email protected] wrote:

Johnathan C., Corgan Labs
SDR Training and Development Services
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Ditto. This is a great feature. Thanks!

Tom

Hi,

I just completed a rewrite of the search function in GRC (on master).
The block tree is now filted (instead of showing search results in a
separete category). Also, this fixes the long-standing bug where GRC
would crash if the search was open and the window was scrolled to the end.

I just rebuilt GR just to try this out and it’s definitely a very nice
usability improvement !

For the vim-ers out there I’ll probably add second keybinding next. =)

I appreciate the ‘/’ :slight_smile:

Cheers,

Sylvain

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