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Which feature do you want most to add in JCKit_JAVACOS_Beta_2.1.0.0

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Which feature do you want most to add in JCKit_JAVACOS_Beta_2.1.0.0

Postby kuafu » Sat Nov 11, 2017 9:27 am

We are woring on new verson .We named it "Brave". It has many new features.

1. your can change ATR with ATR view or set-atr command in shell-run
2. code assist view . such as code defined view in MS . VS
3. document map view . such as document map view in notepad ++
4. Reference stattistics view ,help to find out the useless type , method, fied
5. New UI for find result view ,reference hierachy view. more available.
6.shell-run and PCSC interface can work at the same time.
7. Can debug in all java card version . such as 2.1.1
8. when you move to } , JCID can tell you the match { context.
9. Fix bug in memory style wathc . and chagne the left offset addres style.
10.JCIDE can tell your posiotn wich type ,which method the care in. similier funtion in MS.VS 2017
11. Fix some bugs .

We are testing it .We have applete team to help our JCKit team. They were the first use to JCIDE. Many features are coming from the real product situation. So guys ,you can tell us which most feature do you want. Maybe We will add it in the future version.

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Re: Which feature do you want most to add in JCKit_JAVACOS_Beta_2.1.0.0

Postby bigWhite » Mon Nov 13, 2017 5:21 am

The "Brave" looks powerful, looking forward to release


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