Thanks for having us!
You can also use Serenji when debugging in VS Code - https://openexchange.intersystems.com/package/Serenji
It's an on-the-spot debugger from George James Software, with zero configuration for users - so you can debug whenever, wherever you are without losing focus. It also takes advantage of the latest features within VS Code itself such as CodeLenses.
Our YouTube channel has a Serenji playlist which shows off how some of these features work - https://www.youtube.com/@GJSoftware/featured
Happy to chat if you're interested in finding out more!
Thanks for including Serenji debugger in your list @Robert Cemper!
Yes there will - if you sign up via eventbrite we'll be able to email you a link to the recording afterwards.
Isn't it great when your ideas come to life so quickly... Check out our last few posts on the Developer Community, where we have been discussing our new Production component driver for Deltanji source control - a solution for the winning entry!
Great minds think alike @Scott Roth, congratulations on winning the contest.Link to most recent post here: https://community.intersystems.com/post/source-control-interoperability-...
Agree, Beyond Compare is a great diff tool. We have interfaced it to Deltanji source control - so it goes direct to code in InterSystems namespaces, rather than exporting the code into files and then diffing the files.
The solo edition (free to use) is available from our website if you're using Studio. Or you can download it as a VS Code extension by installing Serenji.
If you've tried using gj :: locate and found it useful, please give us a vote in the current developer community competition here
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