Jeff wrote: »
On Project Export, can we get "Include Include Files that are not part of the workspace" just like we already have "include module files that are not part of the workspace"?
I've lost track of the number of times I forgot to add an include file to the workspace, exported, sent the file to someone, and then they couldn't compile.
nickm wrote: »
Very much THIS ^^^^^^
Being able to set custom folds would be a huge productivity boost.
ericmedley wrote: »
I think if you'd add this feature you'd need to guide NS during the process so it would know which directory to land the wayward files. But, This would be a nice feature!
logantv wrote: »
I've tried searching first but didn't have any luck. I would love to disable the new WAIT folding. I like to fold the events so I don' t have to scroll so much, but the WAIT not folding inside the events is driving me insane. Maybe at least fix it so that the WAIT will disappear into the EVENT: fold, like the behavior of PUSH: or HOLD:?
Addendum: Plus when you do collapse a WAIT, it collapses all the way to the next WAIT, hiding any EVENT between the two. It seems like the hierarchy of fold levels is just reversed?
cuky1971 wrote: »
I totally agree. The current method is uncomfortable.
Duncan Ellis wrote: »
Anyone find that the current version of Netlinx Studio is really slow to load?
I'd love to see a full IDE version of Netlinx that incorporates other applications, such as TPDesign.
So, on your TPDesign panel, you double click on a button and it takes you to the code and creates, if necessary, the BUTTON_EVENT with the necessary PUSH, RELEASE and HOLD entries (but blank, of course).
Or is it that I've spent the past 25 years getting used to Delphi?....
Given info from various Harman employees that Netlinx is not the future of AMX programming, I doubt we'll ever get to see anything like that. I've tried really hard to make the best experience for programming Netlinx though, with the VSCode extension I wrote. It has code snippets for most code blocks, from basic IF statements, to BUTTON_EVENTs and DATA_EVENTs, all on top of the tons of awesome editing features of the IDE itself. If you haven't already, grab VSCode and search for Netlinx in their Extension browser.