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Carrot

Member Since 20 Apr 2002
Offline Last Active Jun 15 2013 07:29 AM

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In Topic: Unity3D Survey

02 February 2012 - 08:35 AM

Hi and thanks for the comment.
I'm very happy to hear that because I've spent a lot of effort on the 2d features and plan to pitch the app heavily in this area.

In Topic: SsriptBuild metadata + properties

19 December 2011 - 10:51 AM

That's great. Thanks a lot.

In Topic: Local variable declarations / Intellisense

07 March 2011 - 02:40 PM

This is information that is useful for debugging as well. At least to determine the scope of the local variables.

I'll likely add this information, but maybe not for version 2.20.0.


Hi,
just wondering if this scoping information made it into any of the recent releases. I can't find any information in the interfaces that might look likely.

There are several threads in the forum related to intellisense for IDEs etc. and until the fast parsing is exposed (as mentioned in this thread), knowing the scope of functions, classes and functions might be enough for a short term solution.

For instance, I can build a list of all the functions, classes and variables in a script, but I've no idea of their scope.
Just a suggestion.
Thanks.

In Topic: Local variable declarations / Intellisense

27 September 2010 - 09:11 PM

hi Andreas,

I'm sure it would be helpful to others writing IDEs if this information was available, but if it's too big a job to change in the compiler then
alternatively the information could be calculated from by looking for matching braces for example.
It seems to be calculating what could be already available though...

Of course I don't expect you to change it just on my request, but if you think others would find it helpful then great! :)

Thanks,
Ciaran

In Topic: Local variable declarations / Intellisense

27 September 2010 - 12:49 AM

That worked perfectly with no context needed! Thanks.
But am I correct in thinking that I'll still need to create the context to find the line-number information?

(I'll need this for calculating function/class definitions for calculating variable scope)

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