Does ASE support an overview of functions created by myself? Like a list or tree for browsing your available functions (like in VBSEdit or PrimalScript).

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Not sure if you ever found your answer, but in ASE you can use ScriptBits for that. You can save pretty much any block of code as a ScriptBit, including your own functions. The ScriptBit Manager is where you can add them, then if you have the ScriptBit sidebar turned on (under the Window menu) they can be easily inserted.

Answered 02/28/2014 by: BHC-Austin
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No, I haven't found the answer to my question yet. I still think ASE just doesn't support a list of own functions/subs.

I've discovered ScriptBits though. Very usable for small (or even larger) portions of code needed in different flavours at arbitrary locations.

Nonetheless ASE still lacks a quick function lookup for navigating your code. In a project with several source files, each with more than 1000 lines of code, you just need to jump right into the place you're searching for.

So, I'm asking again if that's possible in ASE?

Answered 03/11/2014 by: gorefield
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No one?

Am I just too blind to discover this feature or is it really not existing?

Answered 02/04/2014 by: gorefield
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