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EVE - Finding cursor postion

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Jack Trachtman
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EVE - Finding cursor postion

Isn't there some way within EVE to see what position in the present line that the cursor sits at? The "WHAT LINE" shows the line number, but I thought there was some cryptic COMMAND entry (like "=" or ".?" or something) that would show the cursor position. Couldn't find anything in the manual. TIA
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Craig A Berry
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Re: EVE - Finding cursor postion

For me it's Gold-K, which I achieve by defining the following function in my custom section:


procedure my_get_cursor_pos
column := get_info( current_window, "current_column" );
line := get_info( current_window, "current_row" );
message ( "Column !UL, row !UL", 0, column, line );
endprocedure;

and then in my tpu$local_init:


define_key("my_get_cursor_pos", key_name("K", shift_key), "Show cursor" );


As far as I can tell from searching sys$examples:*.tpu, there is no built-in eve_what_column function corresponding to eve_what_line.
SDIH1
Frequent Advisor

Re: EVE - Finding cursor postion

I use on the command prompt of EVE:

tpu message( str(current_offset))
P Muralidhar Kini
Honored Contributor

Re: EVE - Finding cursor postion

Hi Jack,

Check the following link -
http://www.openvmssupport.info/re-line-numbers-in-eve

Regards,
Murali
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Jack Trachtman
Super Advisor

Re: EVE - Finding cursor postion

Thank you