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2019-09-23
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What's new in this version

  • Support debugging of REST services in conjunction with the 'REST Client' extension.
  • Display object properties and array subtrees hierarchically in the Variables pane.
  • Show private variables correctly when at topmost stack level.
  • Enable value-changing in Variables pane when at topmost stack level.
  • By default, debugging no longer stops in OBJ-only code.
  • Uninteresting code can be marked for skipping through during debug.
  • Provide a process list for attach-type debugging.
  • Provide a list if debugging needs to prompt for a namespace choice.
  • More 'Go to Definition' improvements.
A unique Visual Studio Code extension for Browsing, Editing and Debugging your ObjectScript sources and web application files directly in their home namespaces. Works directly in your InterSystems IRIS, Ensemble or Caché namespaces without having to export and import code. Connects to a wide range of server versions (2009.1+), including pre-Atelier ones. Includes a free embedded edition of our Deltanji source code management tool. Code browsing and editing is free. Debugging requires an activation key. Free 30-day debugging evaluation licenses are available on request.

Serenji from George James Software (GJS) is an extension for Visual Studio Code (VSCode), allowing you to browse, edit and debug InterSystems ObjectScript code directly in namespaces of InterSystems environments.

A cloud-hosted evaluation environment for Serenji is available here.

Serenji includes an embedded edition of the Deltanji source code management product from GJS. A separate VSCode extension integrates Deltanji with VSCode as a source control provider that you can interact with from the Source Control viewlet. Contact GJS for more information about that extension. You can also access Serenji's embedded Deltanji through its web browser UI.