UltraEdit v16.00 Scripting Enhancements
One of UltraEdit's trademark features is the ability to automate tasks through scripting. V16.00 extends the power of scripting further with includes, active document index, and more!
If you are not yet familiar with the scripting functionality in UltraEdit/UEStudio, please click here to view the Introduction to Scripting Power Tip.
The "include" feature allows you to include/import a script file into another script. The "include" is listed in a line comment as follows.
If both scripts are in the same directory, you can include the script as such:
If the scripts are in different directories, you can point to the fully qualified path:
If you have multiple files open in the editor, and you need to know which document is active (as it pertains to the document array), you can now retrieve the "index" number of the active file with the Active Document Index property.
Use the Delete Hidden Lines function to delete blocks of text, code, or data that are hidden.
Use the comment/uncomment selection commands to dynamically block comment (or uncomment) sections of code.
Note: You are not required to define your block comment characters. The block comment characters are dynamically retrieved - based on the file type - from the wordfile for the given language.
The line terminator property is a document object command that allows you to read/retrieve the line terminator type for the specified file.
The code page property is a document object command that allows you to set or read the code page for the specified file.
Read the code page for the active document.
Set the code page for the active document.
The encoding property is a document object command that allows you to read/retrieve the encoding for the specified file.
When searching/replacing text across multiple files, it may be necessary to specificy a file encoding type. To this end, the frInFiles command now supports useEncoding and encoding.
; UltraEdit.frInFiles.encoding = 1252;