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Extend Studio and connect Studio to your version control system.
Background
For most developers, Studio is the primary development environment. See Using Caché Studio.
Available Tools
%Studio.Extension.Base class and other classes in the %Studio package
Enable you to extend Studio; for information, see the InterSystems Class Reference.
This package also provides classes to connect Studio to your version control system. See Using Studio Source Control Hooks in Using Caché Studio.
Availability: All namespaces.
%SyntaxColor class and %SyntaxColorReader class
Support colorization of source code in Studio (only on 32–bit machines).
%SyntaxColor parses source code written in any language understood by Studio and outputs either HTML (for a syntax-colored listing) or structured records (CSV/XML) which can you can enter into an analysis program.
%SyntaxColorReader is a front end for reading the CSV output from %SyntaxColor. Instead of reading the stream directly and reconstructing the lines you can use a %SyntaxColorReader object and call its NextLine() method.
%Projection.StudioDocument class
Registers this class as a routine that works with Studio.
For information on projections, see Class Projections in Using Caché Objects and Adding Projections to a Class in Using Caché Studio.
Availability: All namespaces.