Monday, November 08, 2010 at 12:03 AM.

on openMyOutline () {
		<<8/29/10; 12:46:32 AM by DW
			<<Add a right-click menu for Instant Outline-related commands.
		<<8/8/10; 11:46:37 AM by DW
			<<If you try to open the outline before you've set the username or password, instead of calling the server and getting a cryptic error, open the Preferences page where you're asked for the username and password.
		<<7/15/10; 11:51:53 AM by DW
	local (adrdata = io.init ());
	local (adroutline =;
	if not defined (adroutline^) { //need to get it from the server
		local (username, password, server, opmltext);
		username = adrdata^.client.prefs.username;
		password = string (adrdata^.client.prefs.password);
		if (username == "") or (password == "") {
			io.client.menuCommands.openPrefs ();
		server = string (adrdata^.client.prefs.server);
		opmltext = [server].io.getMyOutline (username, password);
		if sizeof (opmltext) == 0 {
			new (outlinetype, adroutline)}
		else {
			op.xmltooutline (opmltext, adroutline);
			if window.isopen (adroutline) { //7/5/10 by DW
				window.close (adroutline)}}};
	if window.isopen (adroutline) {
		window.bringtofront (adroutline)}
	else {
		local (adrbuttons = @io.client.buttons.instantOutline);
		local (title = "Instant Outliner: " + adrdata^.client.prefs.username);
		edit (adroutline, adrButtonTable:adrbuttons, windowtitle:title);
		window.attributes.setone ("adrRightClickMenu", @io.client.rightClickMenu); //8/29/10 by DW
		window.minimumSize (adroutline, 500, 400)}};
bundle { //test code
	openMyOutline ()}

This listing is for code that runs in the OPML Editor environment. I created these listings because I wanted the search engines to index it, so that when I want to look up something in my codebase I don't have to use the much slower search functionality in my object database. Dave Winer.