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UserLibs with a LinkList as parameter doesn't work.
All parameters after LinkList parameter a ignoriert, Syntax is'nt editable
I think the bug comes with the ) in the parameter

thx for language support!

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UserLibs with a LinkList as parameter doesn't work.
All parameters after LinkList parameter a ignoriert, Syntax is'nt editable
I think the bug comes with the ) in the parameter
thx for language support!
Can I download such a lib somewhere to test ?

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gnozal wrote:
Can I download such a lib somewhere to test ?

no problem :wink: , i have send you a pm with link to download

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UserLibs with a LinkList as parameter doesn't work.
Should be fixed.

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thx, worked

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Any Possibilities to create some directories in the tree of help, like in PB Help ?


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Progi1984 wrote:
Any Possibilities to create some directories in the tree of help, like in PB Help ?
Currently no, sorry.

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Update


Changes :
- when updating library information (button 'Library information extraction'), the quick-help is updated for existing functions even if 'do not overwrite existing data' is checked.

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Hello Gnozal,
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Changes :
- when updating library information (button 'Library information extraction'), the quick-help is updated for existing functions even if 'do not overwrite existing data' is checked.


the new version of PureHelpCompiler (V1.01.85) replaced the Description and not the syntax ('When extracting library information, do not overwrite existing data' is checked).

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After button 'Library information extraction' is pressed :
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ABBKlaus wrote:
Hello Gnozal,
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Changes :
- when updating library information (button 'Library information extraction'), the quick-help is updated for existing functions even if 'do not overwrite existing data' is checked.


the new version of PureHelpCompiler (V1.01.85) replaced the Description and not the syntax ('When extracting library information, do not overwrite existing data' is checked).
I am so stupid ... !!!!

Should be fixed now.

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Thanks Gnozal, now it works as expected :D


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thank a lot gnozal. that's a great tool.

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hello gnozal, i come with 2 requests :

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Could you add an option to delete (or at least hide) an item in the "Topics listview" ?
Because i need to hide some reserved functions of one of my userlibrary.

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In the "Library Information Extraction", could you add the returned variable and its type ?

Currently it is :
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MyFunction(arg1.s, arg2.s [, arg3.s])


Would better like this :
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Result.s = MyFunction(arg1.s, arg2.s [, arg3.s])


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Flype wrote:
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Could you add an option to delete (or at least hide) an item in the "Topics listview" ?
Because i need to hide some reserved functions of one of my userlibrary.
Right-click on topic list, menu -> delete ?
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In the "Library Information Extraction", could you add the returned variable and its type ?
This information is extracted from the userlib (undocumented stuff). How would I know if something is returned and it's type ? Is this information stored in the library header ?
Currently, I simply add a 'Returned value' topic in my help text.

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1/ yes.

2/ i think it's possible. i will try to find my code.

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oups - it is already possible to delete a topic :oops:
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