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Update LotusScript erl() issue when used within a custom class

When using the erl() function within a custom class in Lotusscript  the function will return what seems to be an incorrect line number.  From what I remember, a workaround used is to take the line numbers in the options section, add it to the erl() result, and that would give you the line number relative to the full script length (or something like that).  If possible, please consider a solution that would show it relative to line numbers in the class.

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  • Feb 7 2019
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    Guest commented
    07 Feb 02:06

    Actually, with ODP the workaround is somewhat easier. You just need to open the script file (usually something with .lss suffix) and open it with any text editor that show a line number on the left side. I agree with the need to fix this since it would mean less time in searching the errr and more time for fixing said error.

    Tinus Riyanto - Prisma Global Solusi

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    Guest commented
    07 Feb 08:14

    Another workaround that works most of the time within Eclipse-based Designer is to put the focus somewhere in the relevant class code and press <ctrl>+<alt>+L to enter the line number.

    That said, I agree with you that this issue should be resolved, along with other quirks of the LotusScript editor.