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GrahamS_21
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I'm trying to find out if there is an auto complete function for code entry in WICED Studio 6.1

I seem to think it was there in earlier version but it seems to be missing in the latest version. is there a way to set it/enable it?

Thanks

Graham

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Owen_Zhang123
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Hi grsm

As you can see from the following picture in the window->preferences, the auto-activation of the auto complete code can only be activated by "." "->" or "::" . You may use an editor such as source insight to use the auto complete function.

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Regards,

Owen

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Owen_Zhang123
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Hi Graham,

Please find the document "WICED-BT-Designer-User-Manual.pdf" under the wiced studio->project explorer->20706 A2 Bluetooth->doc. The document describes how to generate user defined code.

Regards,

Owen

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GrahamS_21
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Hi Owen

I think i might not have been clear in my previous question.

What i meant was if i start typing wiced_gpio_get as an example, is there a way to make it autocomplete to the full api (wiced_gpio_get_input()) as an example?

is this a feature that we support in our version of eclipse?

thanks

graham

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Owen_Zhang123
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Hi grsm

As you can see from the following picture in the window->preferences, the auto-activation of the auto complete code can only be activated by "." "->" or "::" . You may use an editor such as source insight to use the auto complete function.

pastedImage_1.png

Regards,

Owen

JoHu_1258451
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Have you tried typing a few characters then "ctrl-space"?  That activates Eclipse's version of intellisense for me.

GrahamS_21
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Perfect - that's exactly what i was looking for.

Thanks for the help

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