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New Release: SRP Editor 3.3
The SRP Editor adds sanity checks to declare statements, improved formatting options when copying record data, and better find & replace. Sanity Checks When you compile stored procedures in the SRP Editor, the SRP Editor will verify that stored procedures referenced within Declare and Call statements exist. If not, you’ll get a warning. This will […]
New Releases: SRP Editor 3.2 and SRP Utilities 2.1.7
The SRP Editor adds code folding and the SRP Utilities gets a couple minor improvements. SRP Editor 3.2 The SRP Editor now supports code folding. A lot of work was put into this feature to ensure accurate recognition of BASIC+ code blocks and SRP’s Extended BASIC+ blocks, such as Service…End Service. When you open your […]
Release Early, Release Often
SRP Computer Solutions, Inc. is adopting the philosophy of release early, release often for many of our products. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter to get notified every time there’s a release. Given that we are a small community, we have the luxury of quickly providing enhancements and fixes to our customers. Sadly, we’ve not […]
New Releases: SRP Editor 3.1, SRP ActiveX Controls 4.1.6, and SRP Utilities 2.1.5
We have a few new releases to announce today. The SRP Editor does formatting magic, the SRP ActiveX Controls get a new set of clothes, and SRP Utilities gets more date and time support. SRP Editor 3.1 OI 10. The SRP Editor now supports OI 10. We put a lot of hours into ensuring it […]
New Releases: SRP ActiveX Controls 4.1.5 and SRP Utilities 2.1.1
SRP ActiveX Controls 4.1.5 gets minor fixes and SRP Utilities 2.1.1 gets a major new feature. Unpacking Unpacking is new feature to the SRP_PreCompiler that lets you assign elements of a dynamic array into variables all on a single line! For example, if you use the SRP_Date Decode service, you’ll get an @FM delimited array of information. If […]
New Release: SRP HTTP Framework 4.0.6
Wow…it’s been almost three years to the date since we announced the general availability of the SRP HTTP Framework. Don’t let the time gap fool you. This product has continued to go through ongoing updates and enhancements with new versions coming out on average every 4 months. Our only excuse for not posting additional notices […]
New Release: SRP Utilities 2.1
SRP Utilities 2.1 was released today, providing a handful of new services and routines alongside a couple improvements to existing ones.     SRP_Num SRP_Num is a replacement and enhancement to OpenInsight’s built-in Num() function. Using Num() to verify if the expression is a number will not necessarily avoid a runtime error. If the expression […]