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_guictrlistviewgetcursel() in 3.2.9.14

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I was using _guictrlistviewgetcursel()

and I can't figure out what command that is in 3.2.10.0

skimmed the help file for an answer but I don't see one that is the same

Thanks!


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ok well I took of 3.2.10.0 again because like every other time it wouldn't work and I don't see why the names had to be changed that makes no sense as far as i can tell there was no reason to make _GuiCtrlListViewInsertItem() to _GuiCtrlListView_InsertItem() all it did was add an underscore and maybe make it easier to read but it wasn't that hard to begin with


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ok well I took of 3.2.10.0 again because like every other time it wouldn't work and I don't see why the names had to be changed that makes no sense as far as i can tell there was no reason to make _GuiCtrlListViewInsertItem() to _GuiCtrlListView_InsertItem() all it did was add an underscore and maybe make it easier to read but it wasn't that hard to begin with

I'm not so excited from this broken backward compatibility

but these changes were neccessary because in this release version (3.2.10) was introduced MANY new UDFs

merged from Auto3Library package. So this was ideal time to make all UDF function names convetions be in the same style.

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I'm not so excited from this broken backward compatibility

but these changes were neccessary because in this release version (3.2.10) was introduced MANY new UDFs

merged from Auto3Library package. So this was ideal time to make all UDF function names convetions be in the same style.

Not to mention that it keeps them separated for people that are still trying to use the old A3L files.

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well that makes a little more sence at least I am not the only one who is not excited about it..


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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

well that makes a little more sence at least I am not the only one who is not excited about it..

I have many "3.2.10 incompatible" scripts (escpecially with Auto3Library) so I didn't upgade to 3.2.10 immediatelly too.

But now I have done upgrade to 3.2.10 on all my machines.

I corrected some of my older scripts but not all of them.

I will correct remaining ones only at the moment when I will need make some changes/additions to it.

Edited by Zedna

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Yeah soon I have to undergo the change too..[sadly]


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