In this update
We are pleased to present our brand new website, rokucommunity.github.io. This is a great resource for showcasing all of the different projects and tools that are managed by RokuCommunity.
A huge shout out to Arturo Cuya for the fantastic work designing and building the site.
We finally have a logo! You should be able to see this on our website
as well as on our GitHub organization.
We’ve added several new features to the BrightScript language extension for VSCode.
brightscript.deviceDiscovery.concealDeviceInfooption to obscure the device-info (#443)
This can be very useful when recording a presentation, as it will conceal all of your Roku’s sensitive information. All of the device IDs in the screenshot below have been obscured.
Thanks to Elliot Nelson for landing this much-requested feature!
- fix token location for bs1042 ([brighterscript#719](https://github.com/rokucommunity/brighterscript/pull/719)) - fix signature help resolution for callexpressions ([brighterscript#707](https://github.com/rokucommunity/brighterscript/pull/707)) - fix transpilation of simple else block with leading comment ([brighterscript#712](https://github.com/rokucommunity/brighterscript/pull/712)) - fix enum error for negative values ([brighterscript#703](https://github.com/rokucommunity/brighterscript/pull/703)) - fix: finds and includes more deeply embedded expressions ([brighterscript#696](https://github.com/rokucommunity/brighterscript/pull/696)) - fix xml parse bug during benchmarking ([#brighterscript0805c1f](https://github.com/rokucommunity/brighterscript/commit/0805c1f)) - fix: scope validation performance boost ([brighterscript#656](https://github.com/rokucommunity/brighterscript/pull/656)) - fix: error during transpile with duplicate file paths ([brighterscript#691](https://github.com/rokucommunity/brighterscript/pull/691))
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