Workspace Search

Find in Workspace
Start typing in the Search text box to find all files, workspaces and text in files that matches the string.
    example: MyVariable
    example: MyClass
    example: My*Component
    example: ::FunctionName(*,*)
    example: MyFile.cpp
    example: MyWorkspace.10x_workspace
    example: pretty much anything...instantly

Open Files From Disk
Start typing a file system path and auto-complete with tab
    example: d:\MyProject\somefile...

Opening a workspace file:
Open a workspace file: start typing the name of the worksapce, use the up/down cursor keys to select the workspace, hit enter to open the workspace.
    example: MyWorkspace.10x_workspace
    example: .10x_workspace to list all workspaces

By default searches support the wildcard character *
    example: My*Variable will match all variables that start with My and end with Variable

Space wildcard:
For file searches, space acts as a wildcard.
    example: My File.cpp will match all files that start with My and end with File.cpp

Logical expressions:
You can use the logical operators AND and OR and AND NOT
    example: apples AND oranges will match lines that have the words apples and oranges in (in any order).
    example: apples OR oranges
    example: apples OR oranges AND NOT bananas

WORD operator End your search with WORD to match only full words.
    example: my_variable WORD will match my_variable but not my_variable_1

CASE operator End your search with CASE perform a case sensitive match.
    example: MyVariable CASE will match all lines that contain MyVariable (casesensitive)

IN operator Find text in files that match the path pattern
    example: SomeText IN CoreLib Finds 'SomeText' in all files whose path contains CoreLib, eg Workspace\Libs\CoreLib\MyFile.cpp
    example: SomeText IN .cpp Finds 'SomeText' in all files whose path matches the wildcard.     example: SomeText IN MyFolder\*.h
    example: SomeText IN file1.cpp,file2.cpp Finds SomeText in file1.cpp and file2.cpp

NOT IN operator Find text in files that do not match the path pattern
    example: SomeText NOT IN CoreLib Finds 'SomeText' in all files whose path doesn't contains CoreLib
    example: SomeText NOT IN My*Lib Finds 'SomeText' in all files whose path does not match the wildcard *My*Lib*

DEF operator Attempt to find a class definition
    example: MyClass DEF expands "MyClass DEF" to "class MyClass AND NOT ; CASE WORD"

Keyboard Shortcuts

Alt-Down- Show history dropdown
Down- Show history dropdown (if text box empty)
Alt-C- Toggle match case
Alt-W- Toggle match word
Ctrl-Backspace- Delete to start of current word
Ctrl-Home/End- Select first/last match
Tab- auto-complete when entering path
Escape- close modal Search window

General Notes

To open the settings in the Search window click on the cog to the right. Click again to close.

There are more Search settings in the general .10x_settings file.

Pressing down in the text box when it is empty will show you old searches.

Search automatcally adds an implicit * wildcard to the start and end of the search string (eg *MyVariable*, so there is no need to add your own.

Search will only scan files whos extensions match those that are set in the settings. If you add a new extension in the Search window that is not in the settings it will be automatically added to the settings and the worksapce will the re-scanned.

Search will only show workspace files that have already been opened normally. When you open a workspace Search will remember it and show it in the search results.