DASH docset maker now at v3.6

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DASH docset maker now at v3.6

Post by jameshale » Sat Nov 02, 2019 6:18 am

I have just updated the DASH DOCSET MAKER to version 3.6. I finally think I found the syntax colouring bug.

I also added the docs from LC 9.5.1rc1 to the DASH repository.
They have gone through the Travis check and so should be available in 24 hours.
The docset version is Livecode 1.7.7

DASH users simply go to the preferences pane and update the user contributed docs.
You will need to select v1.7.7

As the 9.5.1rc1 release notes mention, there were quite a few mods to the dictionary.

The updated "Make DocSet" can also be found on Livecode Share http://livecodeshare.runrev.com/stack/845/Make-DocSet.

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Re: DASH docset maker now at v3.6

Post by FourthWorld » Sat Nov 02, 2019 8:29 am

Thanks for making that, James, and for maintaining it so well.
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Re: DASH docset maker now at v3.6

Post by jameshale » Sat Nov 02, 2019 11:16 pm

:D

The updated docset is also now available.
Enjoy.

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