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personally, I felt it always unclean or simply ugly to include whole UDFs into his script or project, in cases where you need only individual functions from it. The fact that the *.exe gets larger when compiling is often no longer a problem these days or you just don't mind it anymore - I, on the other hand, do somehow 😅 .
That's why I used to take the individual functions from the UDFs into my script so that I didn't have to include the entire UDF (#include).
Depending on the license, I have recorded the attribution of the UDF creators or the contributors in the credits or similar to keep it fair.
Then the change came:
I got to know Visual Studio Code (VSCode) professionally, first for other languages, then also for AutoIt. With VSCode's rapidly improving and nowadays very powerful IntelliSense (code completion) I got an idea.
Easy and fast:
I store functions that I often need or have in some (own) UDFs in snippet files and can quickly insert them into the respective script or project if required. But it's important to me that I can access the functions contained in the snippets from anywhere - on my private computer, at work or at a colleague's/friend's. So I created a VSCode Extension 😀 .
If you also implement your AutoIt projects with VSCode, then my AutoIt Snippets Extension might interest you or even help you to implement your projects faster.
I would be very happy if you could take a look at the project. Of course, I'm interested in your opinion on this as well as whether one or the other would like to share their function(s) and would also like to have them immortalized in the extension 🧐 . If this should be interesting for you, then you are welcome to add your functions via pull request, or just write them here so I can include them in the snippet files, or you write with a private message or email. I'm curious if this can be helpful for you, because there are already over 500 installations of the extension, which makes me happy 😁 . This is how it looks in practice/in use:
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