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PostPosted: Mon Mar 27, 2006 2:43 pm 
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Thanks for testing this well guys... But there is a bug in it.

the Space actaully completes the item as well. This is not suppose to happen. I uploaded the wrong exe file.

I've asked Luc to upload a new version. CAL Completer 2.00 BETA II.

Hope it's on mibuso soon. Because this version is worse then working without it at all. ;)

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 Post subject: CAL Completer v2.00 Beta II
PostPosted: Mon Mar 27, 2006 3:39 pm 
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CAL Completer v2.00 Beta II
CAL Completer (Windows 2000/XP) brings the wonderful functionality of code completion to Navision.

Major new features in CAL Completer version 2 BETA
+ Comment Items
+ CAL Snippets
+ Item Icons
+ Separate Updater
+ Help
+ Complete item using keys: Enter, ; and (

Known issues in CAL Completer version 2 Beta
- CAL Snippets isn’t working like it should in some cases depending on hardware.

It’s highly recommended to uninstall any old versions before installing this BETA 2 version

Update 27/03/2006:
I uploaded to wrong .exe. In the BETA version the space will complete the completion item as well as the Enter, ; and (.

Download the BETA II version (this version) to disable space character completion.

http://www.mibuso.com/dlinfo.asp?FileID=557

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 28, 2006 9:03 am 
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Still works fine :D

In Cal-snippets\Standard Code Library I found that in ... Filter & loop.txt (both files) in
Code: Select all
FINDSET(TRUE,FALSE) THEN
was tipfehler (FASLE instead FALSE)
Just to let you know :)

One question:
What about {??} in IF THEN snippet?
It should work something like {Record} in IF FINDFIRST THEN snippet or....?


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 28, 2006 9:45 am 
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Well actually cal-snippets need a bit of re-design. But due to lack of time I decided to uploaded the beta 2 version. It was scheduled not to be released at all. Positive side is that it will be tested very good this way.

{??} Doesn’t do anything. Maybe in the future. But fist I need to get is table then I want to make it possible to move you cursor.

Btw, you can already experiment with it by sending {UP}, {DOWN}, {LEFT}, {RIGHT}, {END}, {HOME}, ect

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2006 8:15 pm 
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Hi,

How about adding possibility to interpret standard Navision formating attributes in definition of some variables in CAL snipplets ?

Im thinking especially about date variable, which could be quite usefull, like in definition of custom comment:
// SG, {Date, <Year4><Month,2><Day,2>}, BEGIN

Or, at least use string formatting character used in C in printf function

Second thing - how about displaing value and type of global variables and constans as a tooltip ? When you type Text001 in code window it should show value of Text001 as a tooltip

Many thanks for really cool tool.

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The minute I've got some spare time (which will take a while) I'll implement the date suggestion.

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I think I've found a bug. Somebody have already mention this in early version but this still exist:

When starting to write command, after backspace Completer offers new suggestion, ignoring earlier letters. For example:

1. Type mo
2. Use backspace once.
3. Type a - I think Completer should suggest commands starting with ma, but it offers commands starting with a.

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 02, 2006 10:47 pm 
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One more feature to consider:

Something like 'most recently used' area. Ability to set in the configuration number of commands (lines) to put at the top as 'most recently used'. Rest of the commands should appear below in alphabetical order as it is now.

Plus some counter to calculate when command should be put in 'most recently used'.

'most recently used' area should be separate for each starting letter

For example:
If you set recent lines to 2 and counter to 1:

First completion of command puts it in 'most recently used' area. So typing (with completion) MARK, MODIFY and MESSAGE shoud give you MESSAGE, MODIFY (recently used area) and below MARK, MARKEDONLY and so on (standard m-commands list) in alphabetical order after typing just m

But when you set recent lines to 2 and counter to 2:

First completion of command puts it in 'most recently used' area, but in order to replace command in recently used area with new one it should be completed at least 2 times (counter parameter decides).

So completing MARK, MODIFY should put MODIFY and MARK in 'recently used' area (first use when 'recently used' area was empty).

Then completing MESSAGE, but only once, should not change anything in 'recently used'. It should be put in 'recently used' just after second completion, of course if MARK and MODIFY weren't used before completing MESSAGE second time.

Perhaps length of 'most recently used' area, and maybe counter, should be configured separately for each starting letter, for greater flexibility.
a - list for example is quite short, but c list very long. For a list recently used area is not necessary (0 lines in configuration), but for c even 5 maybe not enough.

I home my description is clear :). And I hope you'll find it usefull and deserving implementation. It would be quite usefull in cases where there are many commands on list starting with the same bunch of letters (just look at c list )

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Slawek Guzek

PS. I am really lazy, Am I ? :)


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Good suggestion. But is not likely I'm going to develop this. Basicly because I do not have the time.

Busy @ work, Father in 7 weeks. You understand...

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Father in 7 weeks. You understand...

Congratulations!!!!!
But don't complain yet about not having time.
Wait until your baby is there :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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Wow, congratulations and all the best to you and your family !

But kriki is right, you musta be joking :) Better enjoy free programming and do the changes before you'll be happy father :)

I know something about it - I'm happy father of lovely 4,5 month old daughter :)

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No time?

I was thinking to treat me on a Xbox 360 when the baby is Born.

You know… something like.... "Well done darling, it’s a very nice baby. Ok, if somebody could clean the baby, I'm off to buy an 360! I'll be back in an hour.

But you guys probably think this is not exactly the way it will go...

Darn :(

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And all the dads in here go.. "PFFFFFFFF HAHAHAHAHA" :mrgreen: you think you have little time NOW, just wait until the little guy's there. Not to mention the kind of extra stuff your wife will be needing.

If you end up buying an XBox 360, make sure you put it on a high shelf. I've found peanutbutter sandwiches in my $30 VCR, and I would not have taken it well if that had been an Xbox. When they start crawling, they actually think the CD tray is perfect for pulling yourself up. And those knobs on your stereo equipment come off quite easily too :).

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So let me get this strait.

1.) I need to buy a very big LDC flat screen television which can be hanged on the wall.
2.) I need to buy B&O audio equipment which also can be hanged on the wall.
3.) I need to buy a shelf for my Xbox 3.60
4.) I should never buy peanut butter.
5.) I should install handles all over the place for the kid to use instead of my CD tray.

Oooh.. and the wife shouldn’t be needing anything. I gave her the best present I could think of. What in heavens name would she want more! Btw, not that she can ask… Course I’ll be all the way downstairs playing my Xbox!

Did I miss something? Anything?

Luckily I planned a 4 week holiday. Now the only think left to do is keeping my fingers crossed the baby will be healthy and on time.

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 Post subject: CAL Completer v2.50
PostPosted: Tue Jun 20, 2006 4:05 pm 
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CAL Completer v2.50
CAL Completer (Windows 2000/XP) brings the wonderful functionality of code completion to Navision.

Major new features in CAL Completer version 2.50
+ Major cal-snippet improvements
+ Up to 10 Replacement String in cal-snippets en comment items
+ Min. Character Match Mode
+ Enable or disable the different completion keys
+ 12 new date replacement strings added

… and lot’s of bug fixes

Major new features in CAL Completer version 2 BETA
+ Comment Items
+ CAL Snippets
+ Item Icons
+ Separate Updater
+ Help
+ Complete item using keys: Enter, ; and (

http://www.mibuso.com/dlinfo.asp?FileID=557

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