Code browser / source tree panel
So why would you need it? If you work on big projects, it's very hard not to get lost in your code without a decent map. NST provides it, in a manner similar to Komodo Code Browser. One great feature I've discovered just tonight is it gives a hint which params functions in current file accept, in case Komodo Code Intel gets lost, and sometimes in JS it does.
Please report any bugs found. Please feel free to develop this add-on yourself on GitHub. E-mail me if you need some help, I'll eventually reply. My apologies to all who waited for 9.x compatibility that long, I had some tough times. It looks like software is abandoned sooner or later, but if it's still used... If you want to take care of NST updates on ActiveState Community site - please contact me.
New in NST 0.63
New in NST 0.61
New in NST 0.59
New in NST 0.58
New in NST 0.57
New in NST 0.56
New in NST 0.55
NST is on GitHub. There are 2 branches, stable and testing, the last one is default. The stable branch is the current release, testing - next release.
How to use the new repo on Linux:
For write access use
Behave, preserve code formatting, document your changes, and make things simple and fast. If it's too complicated - it's probably wrong. KISS should be the golden rule not limited to web developers. Complying to this rule made whole thing possible and maintainable. Let's keep it this way.