> nesting quickly becomes a liability. With eBrowser, it's an asset. On
> Windows (and eventually hopefully in KDE and elsewhere) if you right-click
> on a *.e or *.emaker file, you'll see "eBrowse" in your right button menu.
> If you select it, it'll open up that E program in eBrowser. Try looking
> at eBrowser.e this way. As soon as the eBrowser window opens up, hit the
> Refresh button and wait until the left pane fills in.
If you press the Refresh button while eBrowser's own source is loaded, go get a cup of coffee and do not assume the program crashed. Composing the double-clickable outline on a moderately large file takes a while. I'm sure it will be much snappier with an E compiler :-)