Posts Tagged ‘ChangeVue’


 

VersionRecall adds file locks

Thursday, August 20th, 2015 by Alex Riedel
Source control systems usually operate in one of two ways: Check-in and check-out or with a concurrent submit. Check-in and check-out makes it easy to coordinate access to files in a project by team members. While a file is checked out, no one else can can submit a modification to that file until that particular team member checks it back in. Anyone who used our ChangeVue product, Microsoft SourceSafe or Microsoft Team Foundation Server is familiar with this type of system. VersionRecall operates with just a simple submit at any time. If you have conflicts between versions submitted by…   More »

PowerShell Studio: Form and Script Recovery

Monday, October 20th, 2014 by David Corrales
Once in a while our support team gets a request to recover a script from a packaged executable because the original was lost. In fact this just happened recently when a user contacted us to recover his lost form project from his packaged script. We were able to recover the script, but unfortunately the user still had to rebuild all his GUI forms from scratch. He was at least fortunate enough to be able to copy and paste the script portions of his project without having to completely rewrite it all. Please don’t find yourself in the same situation. For…   More »

VersionRecall 2014: FAQ

Wednesday, April 9th, 2014 by Alex Riedel
Over the course of the weeks since the release of VersionRecall 2014 we have received a number of questions. Here is a list of the most common ones and the answers to them.   Question: Why do you not just submit a file each time it is modified? Answer: While developing scripts, most people frequently save and run to verify that what they have done so far works. Creating a new version each and every time a file changes creates many versions of a file, which in turn requires you to weed out the unwanted versions at some point.…   More »

Activating Your New Subscription

Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 by June Alane Reif
[UPDATED: 8/15/2014] So, you just got a new subscription to a SAPIEN product. You've run the installer and you've launched the product and you were presented with a screen like this: Where do you go from here?  Well, since you already have a subscription number, you can pretty much ignore the buttons on the top right. Instead, focus on the section below the text "If you have a current subscription number, please enter or paste it into the field below." If you DO NOT already have a SAPIEN account (this is not necessarily the same as your store account!), click…   More »

Uncle SAPIEN Wants You!

Monday, January 28th, 2013 by Robert Morey
To register your license key, that is. Did you purchase a license for our software, perhaps years and years ago, and never register it in your MySAPIEN account? You should, and there are some very valid and important reasons for doing so. If you don’t register your license, we probably do not know how to reach you. On occasion, we make application-specific announcements and offer deals on upgrades that only go to those whose products are registered. Also, when you log into your MySAPIEN account, you can see what the most recent version of the application is as well…   More »

Service Release (8/16/2012)

Thursday, August 16th, 2012 by David Corrales
New versions of PrimalScript, PowerShell Studio, PrimalSQL, PrimalXML, and ChangeVue are available. Registered users can download the latest service builds from MySAPIEN. Release Notes: PrimalScript 2012 v 6.5.130: - Added PowerShell V3 keywords to editor and PrimalMerge - Document Explorer launches PDF file externally if Adobe Acrobat reader control is not installed- Document Explorer gets PowerShell Studio launch button for examples- CacheBuilder uses UTF-8 to accommodate non-US languages in cmdlet descriptions- Script signing and packager can now use certificates in personal store rather than only PFX files- Script packager was not accessible if no script file was open- Debug Elevated…   More »

Service Release (7/3/2012)

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012 by David Corrales
New versions of PrimalScript, PowerShell Studio, PrimalSQL, PrimalXML, and ChangeVue are available. Registered users can download the latest service builds from MySAPIEN. Release Notes: PrimalScript 2012 v6.5.128 UPD: Remove CAPICOM dependency for signingADD: License file support   PowerShell Studio 2012 v3.0.7FIX: Minor Parsing IssuesUPD: License File handingADD: Extra PrimalSense support for Split-Path, Get-Module and Get-PSSnapin v3.0.6 UPD: Quick Access Customize Dialog now sorts the commandsUPD: Job Tracker and Process Tracker Control SetsUPD: WMI Browser will now perform partial name searchUPD: Renamed Packager platform combo box options. Old 'Windows' options were renamed to 'Forms'ADD: Option to Use Whitespaces Instead of TabsADD:…   More »

PSModulePath discrepancies

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012 by Alex Riedel
While investigating a bug report about ChangeVue’s installer we stumbled across a discrepancy with PowerShell’s PSModulePath environment variable. On a virgin Windows 7 machine the environment variable is set to “C:\windows\system32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\Modules\” via a System Environment Variable.There is no default that links to the per-user module path. If you query the environment variable in CMD you get the expected result: If you do the same thing in PowerShell you get a different result: Same thing happens in the ISE or any custom PowerShell host, like PrimalScript. Now, Microsoft says here to add persistent changes to the PSModulePath variable in the profile.…   More »

Service Release (4/10/2012)

Thursday, May 10th, 2012 by David Corrales
New versions of PrimalScript, PowerShell Studio, PrimalSQL, PrimalXML, PrimalForms and ChangeVue are available. Registered users can download the latest service builds from MySAPIEN. Release Notes: 2012 Versions: PrimalScript 2012 v6.5.125 - VBScript debugger fails on 32 bit only machines- "Search again" renamed to "Repeat last search"- Encoding displayed for embedded VBScript file in WSF- Erroneous SaveAs dialog when closing embedded script without saving- "Toggle outline" not available or functional  on last line of region- Cursor moves to a wrong place when inserting a multi-line snippet- Change marker is moving with inserted empty lines- Opening an embedded file shows all lines…   More »

PrimalScript 2011 Studio: Pre-release by popular demand

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011 by Alex Riedel
Many of you have PrimalScript 2009 Studio and asked if you can upgrade right now even though ChangeVue 2011 is not ready yet. We heard your pleas and released PrimalScript 2011 Studio sans ChangeVue. So if you have a prior license with Upgrade Assurance, head over to MySAPIEN and exchange your key now. If you don't have Upgrade Assurance you can purchase the upgrade now and get ChangeVue 2011 when it is released. To purchase the upgrade head on over to our store now: https://store.sapien.com/p-169-upgrade-primalscript-2009-studio-to-primalscript-2011-studio.aspx If you didn't have a prior copy you can purchase one here: https://store.sapien.com/p-161-primalscript-2011-studio.aspx As always,…   More »