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RDI 9.0 and OCL36

Laurits Hartmann (1323) | asked Nov 25 '13, 5:18 a.m.

Hi :)

Is it possible to get a LPEX editor that can parse OCL36 code ?

When I open up a OCL36 source to day in RDI 9.0 then the lines show up like this.

000100940728// LOAD S3811A

000200921015// MEMBER USER1-S3811MSG

Best regards


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Kevin Doyle (60425) | answered Nov 25 '13, 9:23 a.m.
edited Nov 25 '13, 9:27 a.m.
Hi Laurits,

These forums are for the products built on top of Jazz, which RDi is not.  However I am not aware of any way to get the LPEX editor to parse OCL36 code. This sounds like an Enhancement request.

The forum/mailing list RDi users use is the following:

You can also open up Enhancement Requests on the RDi team through the RFE website:

Note: Product name to use is: Developer for Power Systems

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Laurits Hartmann (1323) | answered Nov 27 '13, 3:12 a.m.

Hi Kevin

I have found a way to make this work maybe not the best way but I seams to be working, but I am still missing one thing RDI doesn't remember the setting I do for this to be working!

Go to Windows -> Preferences -> General -> Editors -> File Assocations and put in *.olc36 with Associated editors - Basic LPEX Editor.

Then open a olc36 source and go to Windows -> Preferences ->LPEX Editor in the button of this note you can se some like C:\users\xxx\Workspace\xxx.ocl36 Here you can set the parser to cl and set the Sequence Numbers to

Numbers column = 1

Numbers width = 6

Text column = 7

Text width = 6

Now your olc36 is shown in the right way :) But as soon as you open up a new ocl36 file you have to do last part again !!! This was working in RDP 8.5. Any ideas would be more then welcome :-)

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