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PowerBuilder Script Commenter - Application update released!
Software Tool & Die Inc. today are very pleased to announce an updated version of the Script Commenter (2019R2) application for the Appeon PowerBuilder 2019 IDE! This latest release of the Script Commenter application is also using the latest STD Integrated Framework (2019R4) ...
|PB 2019 IDE using the Script Commenter!|
The STD Script Commenter is a significant enhancement to the way a PB developer works productivity wise by easily allowing code comments to be added to any object class in the current object painter's PowerScipt or declaration areas! The Script Commenter is based on the original commenter application by R.C. Sizer but has been totally refactored. The latest release includes the following new features ...
- Migrated the App code from PB2017R3 build 1858 to PB2019 build 2082
- Replaced STD Integrated Framework from v2018.4.0.112 to v2019.4.0.140
- Added public functions: "of_get_rte_key", "of_get_rte_type", "of_get_rte_version" to "ap_commenter" application object class to support framework RTE processing
|Mapping the Script Commenter in the PB 2019 IDE|
The latest Script Commenter is designed to work with any Unicode version of PowerBuilder (v10.0 through 2019). It can be activated in any PB IDE by creating a toolbar short-cut icon and assigning to the EXE as follows:
app path\ScriptCommenterXXX.exe header
- or -
app path\ScriptCommenterXXX.exe block
- or -
app path\ScriptCommenterXXX.exe inline
- where XXX = Compiled type 32M, 32P or 64P
The values added as a header, in-line or block comment area are located in the "Comment_Block.ini" file. This INI file can customized based on the values found in the "Comment_Template.ini" file to meet the exact needs of the PowerBuilder developer!
You can download the new STD Script Commenter application from the STD Framework's SourceForge project's website by clicking here and then getting more productive in minutes!
Note: The previous PB12.x / PB2017 Script Commenter versions are in the Archive sub-folder.
Regards ... Chris