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  2. README.md
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  5. myeditor-example/
  6. omed.py
tools/chrome_extensions/open_my_editor/README.md

Open My Editor (OME)

OME gives you a context menu for opening files in your editor on Chromium Code Search, Chromium Code Review and Chromium Build.

For Chromium Code Search, right click on code block and select Open My Editor, it will open the file in your editor at the selected line.

Chromium Code Search

For Chromium Code Search, right click on symbol or filename and select Open My Editor by link can also open file (maybe with linenumber).

Chromium Code Search by link

For Chromium Code Review, right click on the patchset table and select Open My Editor, it will open all the files in the patchset.

Chromium Code Review

For Chromium Code Review, you can also right click on a filename and select Open My Editor by link.

Chromium Code Review by link

For any build.chromium.org site, select the file path then right click and select Open My Editor $file.

Installation

  1. Install the Chrome Extension

  2. Install dependencies pip install bottle sh, you may need to install python and python-pip if you don't have pip.

  3. Start omed.py

    python ${CHROMIUM_SRC}/tools/chrome_extensions/open_my_editor/omed.py
    

    It‘s convenient to configure your system to automatically run omed.py at startup so that you don’t have to remember to manually start it.

  4. Create a myeditor executable to be used for launching your editor, and add it to your path. See myeditor-example/.

  5. Enjoy.

How it works

In the Chrome Extension, I read the filepath and line number from right click,
then make a http call to omed.py. omed.py calls myeditor to open your editor.