Posts Tagged ‘snippets’


Feature Peek 2011: Snippet Editor

Monday, April 5th, 2010 by David Corrales
Feature Peek 2011 will consist of a series of blogs that will provide a sneak peek of new features which will appear in the 2011 edition of PrimalScript Studio products. In this blog we will provide you with a sneak peek at the new Snippet Editor tool for PrimalScript 2011 and Visual PowerShell 2011. (Fig 1: The Snippet Editor Application) For those of you who are not familiar with snippets, they are small pieces of reusable code that can be quickly inserted in your script while editing. This piece or snippet of code can come in a various forms, such…   More »

Objects at Rest

Thursday, December 4th, 2008 by Ferdinand Rios
Snippets in PrimalScript have always been easy to use. For instance, typing the name of a snippet and immediately pressing Ctrl-J, inserts the named snippet at the caret location. You can also drag a snippet from the snippet browser and drop it in the edit window at any location of your choosing. Creating a snippet was also fairly easy. Select the text you wanted to make into a snippet, right click the mouse, and select "Save as Snippet". Then simply name the snippet and save it in the proper folder. PrimalScript 2009 has added a new enhancement to its snippet functionality. Snippet…   More »