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1 week 3 days ago #1 by Johan Nel
Hi Phil,
Sorry for any confusion, but Jack is dead now. I still carried a "status" which I formally resigned from last week. I will be solely using XSharp from a now on, no feature that I am missing.
Regards,
Johan

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1 week 6 days ago #2 by Phil Hepburn
Hi Johan,

I have just realised that you sign yourself 'Jack'. Is that correct ? and after all these years why is it that only now I /we find out ?

It will soon be cricket season again over here in the UK, but I have been following your boys on Sky Sports, over our winter.

Regards,
Phil.

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2 weeks 2 days ago #3 by Johan Nel
Hi Robert,

Great news! Also that Wolfgang already made use of it.

Good luck also with your [x]Harbour UDC efforts, I am sure it will assist in any potential bugs still in the PP.

Looking forward to the xBase future!

Jack

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2 weeks 2 days ago #4 by Wolfgang Riedmann
Hi Robert,

this is really great! I'm looking forward to Beta 10.

In the meantime I have converted all my properties to the short form.

Wolfgang

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2 weeks 2 days ago - 2 weeks 2 days ago #5 by Robert van der Hulst
Jack,

I tested one of your snippets with the new UDC support and the result is below;



You can see:
- UDC definition is recognized and colored in the preprocessor color
- UDC usage is recognized ans colored as keyword (especially the GETSET, NOTIFY and CHANGE words which are not normal keywords)
- The editor shows the difference between the statement separator semi colon (which is part of the UDC) and the line continuation semi colon, so they are both colored in a different color!
And in the image below you see the preprocessor output:




Robert
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1 month 1 week ago #6 by Wolfgang Riedmann
Hi Chris,

thank you very much!

In the meantime I'll write the short form
property mySuperProp as string get self:_Get<string>() set self:_Set( value )

until the preprocessor will be available.

After I'll use it to build the correct code.

Wolfgang

P.S. the only person I would like to shoot sometimes is myself when I'm doing something really stupid (you know several samples...)

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