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Code Folding in DLTK 2.0 (and more generally: How to deal with @deprecated stuff) [message #537362] Wed, 02 June 2010 08:14
Jan F. is currently offline Jan F.Friend
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I am adding a code folding to my ScriptEditor and want to do it right - follwoing the DLTK tutorial however leads me to methods which are deprecated and it is not entirely clear what the new correct approach is - could someone point me in the right direction?

I have actually bumped into several cases like that when following the DLTK tutorials - it is very clear that DLTK evolves and it is a great thing, but it would be really useful if each @deprecated tag had a link to Bugzilla item or a sentence or two outlining why the thing is deprecated and where to look for the non-deprecated solution. This would be much less work than keeping the tutorials up-to-date and would provide help "in-place"...
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