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delphi - How to set shortcut to a line of code in Eclipse IDE editor

I'm after a feature in eclipse that allows me to allocate a shortcut to a line (say line number 55) then go somewhere else in the same file and hit the shortcut then IDE shows me the line 55. I have used this feature in Delphi IDE. Using CNTL + number keys[1,2,...,0] a shortcut to line where the curser is will be created. This shortcut only has effect within the editor and each opened file would have its own shortcuts. Is there such a feature in eclipse? Is there any plugins out there which adds this feature to eclipse?



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By default there is no shortcut defined for this task. I use to define my shortcuts in Eclipse in "Windows/Preferences/General/Keys" type bookmark in the filter text and select the commands you want to define the shortcuts.

My current shortcuts are:

  1. Alt+Shift+B, Alt+Shift+A: Add Bookmark;
  2. Alt+Shift+B, Alt+Shift+V: Show View (BookMarks);

But, I agree, still is not fast as the Delphi predefined shortcuts.

Update 1: This plugin (or its sucessor) seems to offer the option. From their site:

  • Add a numbered bookmark at the cursor: Alt>+[digit]. This creates a quick bookmark with the specified number using a "single" keypress. Only one bookmark of the given number can be present in the workspace. Setting the same number bookmark again will clear the earlier instance.

  • Goto a numbered bookmark: Alt+Shift+[digit]. Moves to the bookmark as it was set using Alt+[digit].

Update 2: Tested (Eclipse Indigo) and it worked like a charm.

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