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[rubberduck-vba/Rubberduck] 1 issues opened. 3 issue comments
 
 
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1:15 AM
> Regarding the foreign name identifier:

[MS-VBAL 3.3.5.3](https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/openspecs/microsoft_general_purpose_programming_languages/ms-vbal/74e5bf34-2a30-420c-9d3b-9341fa4c4c09) does not explicitly restrict against a dot in the identifier. We must this is a possibility. Indeed as I noted in #5881, an Access control actually could contain a dot in its name and such member can appear in the type information API. However that member would be impossible to reference from VBA cod
> Regarding the foreign name identifier:

[MS-VBAL 3.3.5.3](https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/openspecs/microsoft_general_purpose_programming_languages/ms-vbal/74e5bf34-2a30-420c-9d3b-9341fa4c4c09) does not explicitly restrict against a dot in the identifier. We must treat this as a possibility. Indeed as I noted in #5881, an Access control actually could contain a dot in its name and such member can appear in the type information API. However that member would be impossible to reference from V
 
 
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2:28 AM
> > See #5680
>
> Basically code explorer has some buttons in it to "sync" project. If it's not visible then go through the rubberduck menu and select the option to show code explorer. You can make this show automatically in the RD settings menu.

I find it, thanks.
> > Rubberduck's "Import..." dialog lets you make an ad-hoc multiple-file selection (the VBE's is single-file selections), there isn't any much more to it than that. Code Explorer commands for syncing work more with an "all-or-nothing" approach, exporting all code files to a folder, or importing all code files from a folder. Note that the vanilla VBE's Project Explorer allows importing multiple files at once by dragging source files from Windows Explorer into the toolwindow.

thanks for your p
 
 
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10:42 AM
Where is this Rubberduck Import located. I've never seen it. I can see that in syncronise project I can update files and select which files I want to update.
 
 
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1:25 PM
 
 
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3:16 PM
@Freeflow, First you have to open the Code Explorer found under Rubberduck > Navigate
Then right click the project and select Sync Project > Update components from files
 
3:38 PM
@HackSlash Thanks As I said in my post I'm aware of that route. Just never seen a ducky command called 'Import'
 
If you right click code explorer, under the Add... menu there is an option called Existing Files that allows you to select multiple files to import. Is that what you are looking for?
 
@Hackslash No. I know that route. I've just never seen a Rubberduck menu option explicitly named 'Import'
 
There isn't one
Add existing files is the import and it allows multiple files where the native one doesn't
 
@hackslash Thanks for confirming. I was wondering why I hadn't seen the 'Import" dialog in the comment above.
 
Yeah, it looks like they took naming from C#. That's how you import files in Visual Studio.
 
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6:21 PM
@HackSlash ah yes, that's the one I meant! oops...
IIRC we also silently hijack the VBE's own import dialog with our own multiselect-enabled prompt
 
Yay for silent hijacks!
 
@MathieuGuindon probably should be re-captioned to Import File the Quack way
 
6:48 PM
@this Nah that would be quackers
 
 
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10:04 PM
Has anyone read dusted.codes/can-we-trust-microsoft-with-open-source ? Or can read it and give me the TL;DR version?
 
10:19 PM
 
11:11 PM
@SimonForsberg yeah i read it. tl;dr: Microsoft's commitment to FOSS is in question right now. There is a question over the Dot Net Foundation being under too much MS control (repos moved into Github Enterprise without notice, PRs being merged without scrutiny) and more recently the decision to pull Hot Reload from the Net 6 SDK (which they've backtracked on) and make it a Visual Studio only feature
 
11:47 PM
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