From: steven yi <stevenyi@cs...> - 2004-09-18 00:51:29
I added a new manager for user-defined opcodes in blue. It's added as a
tab inbetween "global" and "project properties". It's a simple text
area much like the tables manager. Right now it doesn't manage much,
but I put it in as I found out that using user-defined opcodes and
ftgens can cause problems if ftgen statements are put in after any udo
definitions. Putting all UDO code in the udo tab will ensure it is
compiled into the resultant CSD after any globalOrch code and before the
I'll probably replace this simple manager later with a more involved one
with a list and other things as that would facilitate having these
opcodes accessible from the opcode completion popup.
The change is in CVS and will available in the next release.
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