This might be something that is right in front of my face, but is there a way to check the syntax of your code prior to running it a la Visual Studio. Something that will tell me whether I am passing the appropriate number of variables to a function, etc?
9 out of 10 people I prove wrong agree that I'm right. The other person is my wife.
I too would be interested in it, but I think we'd be hard pressed to find something since there is no 'compiling' Scripted languages, as this is something that is usually taken care of in the preprocess step (I can't recall the exact name its been too long).
TestComplete seems to do at least some preprocessing on the scripts and picks up more obvious things, but as far as what you're asking I think we'd be hard pressed.
Your scripts syntax is checked when you launch a test, but not on that level.
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Something that will tell me whether I am passing the appropriate number of variables to a function
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It's rather difficult to perform this check at design time due to a number of technical problems and scripting language specifics. However, I have registered your request in our DB as a suggestion. Thank you.