SikuliX now has a basic implementation of a globel options repository, that is recognized and loaded at startup time (IDE and API usage). At runtime, this options store can be accessed to get and set values. Persistence (save) and merge of additional options files is not yet supported.
At startup these places are searched for a file SikulixOptions.txt (first appearence wins):
- the working folder
- the user’s home folder
- the folder
Special options defined in the
Settings.option = value will overwrite the existing option value in the
Settings class at startup
Other Options globally recognized and processed on startup
Debug.level = n
preferably n as 3, debug information produced from beginning of startup
Settings.OverwriteImages = yes
when saving images in the IDE, usually when using a name, that already exists, this is not overwritten, but stored with a name having a suffix -n appended. With this option switched on (default is off) naming images with an existing name will replace the image file without notice.
classpath = list of absolute-paths
will be added to the end of the classpath in the given sequence. Rules are the same as for Java classpath on that system. On Windows backslashes have to be doubled (escaped).
(Only available for Jython scripting)
By right-clicking on a line number the pop-up context menu lets you
- run only the line at this line number
- run the script from beginning up to and including this line
- run the script from this line to the end
- run the snippet in the current selection or this line if nothing is selected
The Run menu now contains the entry
CMD-R, that also runs the current selection or the line at the caret, if nothing is selected (advantage: the available shortcut, which saves additional mouse actions)
For Jython: If the first line of a selection has an indent,
if True: is added as first line, to make the snippet runnable
This feature might be a neat replacement for the no longer available interactive mode from commandline.
It is now possible, to work with plain Python files in the IDE, which allows to directly support the classic Python style of scripts and folder structures (modules).
- Open and save
- Image handling in the
Special Sikulix text files: