in addition to what was said by Vern, you can you can press together
ctrl+Intro and only insert new line without "Endxx".
date: Thu, 10 Jul 2014 06:06:27 -0500
from: Vernon Hamberg <vhamberg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] How to suppress auto insert of ENDIF, ENDDO
There are settings in the preferences.
Go to Windows menu,
click on Preferences,
type "ILE" in the filter text box
- you will see an entry for "ILE RPG"
- click on it
About halfway down is a setting for closure - see if this gives you what
On 7/10/2014 12:47 AM, Craig Pelkie wrote:
Using WDSC 7.0------------------------------
In free-format RPG, when I enter an "if" or "do" statement, the editor
generates the corresponding "ENDIF" or "ENDDO".
How can I suppress the auto generation of the END statements? (Side note,
how can I get it to insert as lower-case, i.e., "endif" or "enddo").
date: Thu, 10 Jul 2014 07:44:31 -0400
subject: [WDSCI-L] Custom compile commands and changes are not saving
I thought I remembered something about this on the list a while back, but
I couldn't find anything searching the archives.
I wanted to modify the parameters on a couple of the compile commands we
use. So I went into 'Work with Compile Commands' and made the changes,
clicked Apply then Close. Tested and everything was great. But the next
time I restarted RDi (version 9.1), the changes were gone. I've also
tried to change the order the commands appear in and had similar
result--i.e., the commands change to the order I've set, they stay fine
through a session, but when I restart, everything reverts to where it was
Is there a setting I'm missing or should I open a PMR? Also if anyone's
aware of an open APAR already, can you share the APAR #?
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