When I write complex JSL applications I’ve tended to use named namespaces so that they are easy to consistently reference across include files. But this has some limitations. I am building a framework that will underpin multiple applications and so it is important that I use unique names for the namespaces. The easiest way to do that is to use anonymous namespaces. But there seems to be some strange behaviour …
This is one of a series of posts highlighting new features available in version 13 of JMP.
One of the central features of the JMP user interface is the red triangle. In version 13, JMP introduces green triangles!
After what seems like a long wait, version 13 is finally here! Each week, over the next 13 weeks, I will be posting some highlights of the new version. For me, often the highlights are small subtle changes that enhance overall workflow and productivity. For some of the more substantial new features, here is a link to some excellent blog entries from JMP Software.