String Replace object updated

I’ve updated the String Replace extension for Multimedia Fusion in order to support a new action that clears the list of rules.

I did look at updating the extension to support Unicode and properly support the Unicode version of Multimedia Fusion (which includes the new Fusion 2.5). However, the SDK I was using is too out of date and so it would’ve been quite a lot of effort. Therefore the object does not support Unicode and also the array and global string functionality does not work in Fusion 2.5 or the Unicode version of Multimedia Fusion 2.

When the Fusion 2.5 SDK is released I may look at rewriting the object (in a compatible manner) so that it does support Unicode, and also perhaps get it to work on other platforms. I’m not sure yet, but it seems like it’d be a good way to get back into extension development for a possible future Ini++ Lite object. I have mentioned this idea in a previous post on this blog.

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