Dash docset for LC now at 1.76

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Dash docset for LC now at 1.76

Post by jameshale » Tue May 14, 2019 3:32 pm

I just added the docs from LC 9.04 Stable to the DASH repository.

DASH users simply go to the preferences pane and update the user contributed docs.
As usual, this release has some additional dictionary entries/mods.

I have also updated Make_DocSet on Livecode Share.
the previous version somehow lost the syntax coloring :?:

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Re: Dash docset for LC now at 1.76

Post by bogs » Tue May 14, 2019 3:48 pm

Good stuff, James!

*Edit - on Windows, downloading the reader and running it in the IDE threw an error when picking the docset folder if you do more than just hover over it. Actually clicking on the folder takes you one level into the folder, just like we discussed previously.

Otherwise, works VERY well. I really like the label telling you how far the progress is too, better than wondering if it is doing anything or not :D
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Re: Dash docset for LC now at 1.76

Post by jameshale » Tue May 14, 2019 4:38 pm

@Bogs, didn’t update the reader, just the maker.
There is a Dash reader for Windows, can’t remember what its called though.

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Re: Dash docset for LC now at 1.76

Post by bogs » Tue May 14, 2019 4:42 pm

Yup, you listed a bunch of them, I just like yours though :D
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