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- From: "James Dempster" <letssurf@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 6 Jan 2009 16:14:38 +0000
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Trying out the Type Hierarchy I found that it doesn't query as far into the includes. For example I use the ZendFramework and when I extend one of it's classes it doesn't show up in the Type Hierarchy, is that expected? It shows up my own classes if I do it the other way round.
I also get
All types of the current hierarchy '<classname>' have been filtered by either the selected working set or the chosen locked method.
quite alot. Not quite sure what it means. I haven't setup any filters or have any working sets selected.
Drag and drop of elements on to it do nothing even though it says it should.