Monday, June 18, 2007

we didn't forget....

LotusScript & HTML editing - I just didn't post the pictures before. Due to popular demand, here's the LotusScript editor:


And here is the HTML editor:



Cool, isn't it?

8 comments:

Julian said...

very cool indeed. This will bring Domino development a huge step forward.

A class browser is included in the LS editor?

And is it possible to push the source code to a CVS or SVN repository?

Simon Scullion said...

Looking good! Thanks for posting.

Maureen said...

yes, a class browser is most definitely in the works. You can see it on the right hand side of the LS editor picture.

Eclipse natively supports CVS, and we are also looking at leveraging that. Some data may need to be binary to avoid losing data (after all, if source control lost information, it wouldn't exactly be control!) But yes, this is also on our radar.

Neil said...

Very nice. Great in fact. Thank you for sharing it.

Scott said...

Very nice ..

You mentioned CVS .. are you thinking about this for just script or all design elements?

That will be interesting...

Maureen said...

hi scott - yes, I am thinking about source control for all design elements. Some will of course be easier than others. Until DXL can round trip without losing a bit, I won't use it for source control, but we could use a binary form at least until it was ready.

Pipalia said...

Thank you Maureen for the screenshots, am quite excited to try out Notes and Domino 8 - we are still on 6.5!

Will we have the functionality to query variable (sorry can't remember the proper term) in debugger like we can do in VB - i.e. ?strTestString

Charles Robinson said...

I just noticed that all the code is in the SAME screen!! Holy @#&*!! I'm almost willing to pay for the trip to Lotusphere just so I can hug you! :-)