Tamas Kovacs avatar Tamas Kovacs committed ba1b3ca

Fixed multi-line entry name extraction for the path of inspected objects

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             if item != ''
                 " Add item name to the object path
                 let entry = matchstr(line, '\[\d\+\]\s*\zs.\{-}\ze\s*\[\]}')
+                if entry == ''
+                    let entry = matchstr(line, '\[\d\+\]\s*\zs.*')
+                endif
+                if entry == ''
+                    let entry = 'Unknown object'
+                endif
+                if len( entry ) > 40
+                    " Crop if too long
+                    let entry = strpart( entry, 0, 37 ) . '...'
+                endif
                 let s:inspect_path = s:inspect_path + [entry]


     swank_rex(':inspector-call-nth-action', cmd, 'nil', 't', str(n))
 def swank_inspector_pop():
-    # Remove the last two entries from the inspect path
+    # Remove the last entry from the inspect path
     vim.command('let s:inspect_path = s:inspect_path[:-2]')
     swank_rex(':inspector-pop', '(swank:inspector-pop)', 'nil', 't')
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