How do you edit your host application code?
Do you use older tools like vi or vim, or Tedit? Or, do you use multiple, sequential steps such as:
1) download code
2) open code in separate editor
3) edit code
4) save change
5) upload file
Neither method sounds like an efficient choice. Crystal Point can offer a better way with OutsideView’s new integrated code editor. With the editor, you can do the following:
The new, integrated code editor in OutsideView can make your code editing process much simpler & more productive. The editor supports multiple code types – including text, multiple NonStop syntaxes such as TAL or TACL Macros, and industry common languages such as C# or C++. The editor also supports bracket matching, code folding and customizable syntax files.
Plus, the code editor includes a monitor function, to keep track of downloaded files, to provide prompts if you make changes without saving them, or have saved changes locally but not uploaded the file back to the host. The edit monitor will also warn if you are trying to shut down OutsideView while file transfers are underway or if you are leaving edited files before uploading them.
Try our new Integrated, color-coded, syntax-aware code editor. Make coding simpler…
Would you like additional information about using the Code Editor features in OutsideView? We have created two videos with more details. The first covers the basics of Download and Edit, and using the code editor. The second video covers advanced capabilities such as File Associations within the editor, Syntax Highlighting, Code Folding, Bracket Matching, and customizing Syntax Files.
View the first video demonstrating the Code Editor:
View the second video demonstrating advanced Code Editor features:
If you have any additional questions, please contact our Sales Engineer, Jim Hampton by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1-425-806-1141