Brian W. Kernighan (stolen from Mark Philips)
Studio uses an interpreted langage, not a compiled one. It makes it a fantastic langage when it comes to debugging. Set a breakpoint, have a look at the content of a variable and click on “Go” to execute the code, this is magical!
But do you know there is more?
Do you know how to use trace logs? Breakpoints on variable changes? Have you had a look at the method checker?
If the answer is yes, you don’t need this session but otherwise, you may get some productivity improvements by coming.
This session is not only about tips and tricks on the Omnis Studio IDE but also a place to collect wishes on your expectations for future versions.
We’ll talk about tools included in the IDE, with, sometimes, unknown useful features: the catalog, the notation inspector, the interface manager…