64-bit Macro language support
CRiSP now supports 64-bit macro language based on a C-like syntax - you can customize and create your own macros. Everything in CRiSP is written in the macro language - it fasts and featuresome, including support for integers, floating point numbers, strings, lists and arrays. The macro language supports object-hiding mechanisms to help build large macros, and full control of the GUI, including drawing.
Examples of advanced features added to CRiSP using macros include a Paint Brush bitmap editor, Sybase database browser, WWW spider utility.
The macro language now supports 64 bit integers, which increases the numeric range available for macros. Although most macros do not rely on this, on operating systems that support files greater than 2GB, this means that the sizes of files can be manipulated correctly without numeric wraparound occurring.
The macro language has been extended to include support for arrays to provide fast random access to collections of data objects.
Customizable Dockable Toolbars
Configurable Backup Facility
Never lose your work - configurable numbers of backups. You can specify where backups are kept and how they are named. Autosave - save your files automatically based on time delay or keystrokes. Can even autosave files when editor loses input focus.
CRiSP macro recording allows the editor to quickly memorize a series of actions and then play them back at will. It even generates CRUNCH macro source code for keystroke and dialog box interactions.