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0.7.12
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2019-08-27
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What's new in this version

  • Debugging support, run routine, class or attach to a process
  • Files in Server Explorer now can be edited
  • Added more details about connection errors
  • Improvements in Server Explorer build tree
  • Fixed memory leak when exporting large amount of files
  • Server view can be opened in explorer as virtual file system with schema isfs://
  • Option to suppress popup information message about successful compile
  • Export, addCategory setting have more flexibility in naming category for exported items
  • Formatting for commands and functions, as Word, UPPER or lower
  • Some improvements in syntax highlighting
  • Some other small fixes
VSCode extension for InterSystems products

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vscode-objectscript

InterSystems ObjectScript language support for Visual Studio Code.

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Features

  • InterSystems ObjectScript code highlighting support. example
  • Debugging ObjectScript code
  • Intellisense support for commands, system functions, class members
  • Export existing sources to the working directory: press Cmd/Ctrl+Shift+P, type 'ObjectScript', press Enter.
  • Save and compile a class: press Ctrl+F7 (⌘+F7) or select "ObjectScript: Save and compile" from Cmd/Ctrl+Shift+P menu.
  • Server Explorer with possibility to export itemsServerExplorer
  • Edit directly on server

Installation

Install Visual Studio Code first.

Open VSCode. Go to extensions and search for "ObjectScript" like it is shown on the attached screenshot and install it. Or install from ObjectScript extension page on Visual Studio Marketplace installation

Configure connection

To be able to use many plugin features, you need to configure the connection to Caché server first. You can create or edit existing .vscode/settings.json file. So, your settings file may somethiing like this.

"objectscript.conn": {
  "active": true,
  "label": "LOCAL",
  "host": "127.0.0.1",
  "port": 52773,
  "username": "user",
  "password": "password",
  "ns": "USER",
  "https": false
}

Or you can edit it through settings editor. Which you can open from menu Code > Preferences > Settings for macOS or File > Preferences > Settings for Windows, search for "workspace settings" through Command Palette [⌘⇧P/Ctrl+Shift+P] or by shortcut [⌘,/Ctrl+,].

  • Find a 'objectscript', do not forget to set active to true port should follow to web port of instance (usually by default, 57772 for Caché/Ensemble, 52773 for IRIS) Settings UI
  • Change settings according to your Caché/IRIS instance
  • You will see related output in "Output" while switched to "ObjectScript" channel (right drop-down menu on top of the output window)

Notes

For Caché/IRIS instance with maximum security level, add '%Development' role for '/api/atelier/' web-application ( More )