PeopleSoft Text Editor Visual Studio Code

PeopleCode Syntax Highlighting available for Visual Studio Code

I have moved away from Sublime Text in favour of Visual Studio Code, and have created PeopleSoft Tools for Visual Studio code. I’ve noticed that the Extract Call stack functionality performs considerably faster in VSCode than it does in Sublime Text because of Node’s non-blocking IO. It also permanently saves a stack track file (tidied or untidied) to the same location as the trace file. The extension can be installed within VSCode, or you can find…

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Sublime Text Cheatsheet (Windows)

Here’s a Sublime Text Cheat Sheet that I just created based on what I’ve seen from others and with a few plugins of my own. Some of the links may not work since they refer to my dropbox folder. Posting it here is really for my own benefit, but it may be of use to some of you too. Command Palette Open Palette: Ctrl+Shift+P (Tools > Command Palette…) Selection (can Be Repeated Multiple Times) Select…

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Opening EditPlus and Sublime Text from PowerGREP

I use PowerGREP for all my grep needs. I also link PowerGREP to EditPlus (my preferred text editor) so that I can easily view/edit the file. Here is what I specify in the Command line option for the PowerGREP Preferences so that when I click on a line number in PowerGREP, it automatically opens EditPlus at that line number:

Here is what I specify for Sublime Text:

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PeopleSoft Function List Settings

Sometimes when I’m performing an Impact Analysis I like to use an alternative text editor (eg. EditPlus) to look for literal strings, or method calls. The function list feature helps me to easily navigate to the previous or next function/method. Here are the PeopleSoft Function list regex settings that I created to help me quickly navigate to functions/methods and the overall object that those functions/methods reside in:

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