Fremont, California – .com Solutions Inc. today is pleased to announce the release of their updated FmPro Script Diff 1.72, supporting FileMaker Pro 15. FmPro Script Diff 1.72 is a feature release adding compatibility with FileMaker Pro 15 and Save as PDF features. This release includes support for new and updated FileMaker 15 Script Steps copied via the ClipBoard. FileMaker 15 Scripts are detected automatically when they are discovered on the ClipBoard, and are processed accordingly.
FmPro Script Diff 1.72 also includes improvements to the display, search & replace, and hi-lighting of Unicode characters within scripts copied from FileMaker.
Transferring scripts between FileMaker Pro 15 and FmPro Script Diff is accomplished by copying & pasting the scripts via the clipboard. No DDR Export is required. The XML code representing each script is parsed, converted to human-readable text and checked for errors. Each script is stored in an embedded database within FmPro Script Diff. Selected scripts can then be copied back onto the clipboard as XML for pasting back into FileMaker Pro, or copied as RTF or Text into other apps.
FmPro Script Diff improves productivity by helping FileMaker developers answer questions such as:
* What changes have been made to this ScriptMaker script?
* Which scripts have been changed between two database revisions?
* Which scripts were modified on a particular day?
* Which scripts were modified by a specific developer?
* Where is this global variable modified within each script of my solution?
* Is this field used by any script in my solution (before I delete, modify or reuse it)?
* How can I find and change a text string, variable, fieldname or table occurrence within dozens or even hundreds of scripts?
FmPro Script Diff’s improved control flow view includes support for IF/ELSE/END IF/LOOP/END LOOP statements, graphically showing the statements included within each control flow structure. FileMaker Pro developers can use the graphical control flow feature to instantly see the structure of their code (or someone else’s) at a glance. Even with deeply nested code, they can quickly understand the structure. ScriptMaker scripts can be printed or copied onto the clipboard with a single mouse click for pasting into word processing documents. The RTF formatted text placed onto the clipboard preserves the bold, italic, underline and colorized text of each script.
Changed scripts are compared by FmPro Script Diff on a line-by-line basis and displayed with color coded tags to the left of each modified line. Interline changes are also highlighted to indicate Changed, Added or Deleted text. Each scripts XML source can be manually edited or updated via the Search & Replace feature, and pasted back into FileMaker.
Pricing and Availability:
FmPro Script Diff is priced at $100 (USD) per developer and includes a copy of FmPro Script Diff for both macOS [64 bit] and Windows platforms. Existing FmPro Script Diff customers may upgrade to FmPro Script Diff 1.72 at no charge by selecting the Help -> Check for Updates menu. The single-user licensing includes a copy of FmPro Script Diff for both macOS and Windows platforms.
Founded in 1999 by David Simpson in Sunny California, .com Solutions Inc. develops multi-platform graphical applications supporting FileMaker Pro, SQLite, Oracle, MySQL, Access, SQL Server, Sybase, DB2, OpenBase, PostgreSQL, FrontBase, Valentina, VB6, LiveCode and Visual FoxPro developers. FmPro Script Diff, compares and edits FileMaker Pro scripts. SQLite Diff compares SQLite database schema and data. Copyright (C) 1999-2017 .com Solutions Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Mac OS X platforms are trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.Click here for reuse options!
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