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Toggle DefaultInstanceId attribute #52

retailcoder opened this Issue Nov 19, 2014 · 4 comments


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retailcoder commented Nov 19, 2014

Provide a way to toggle the value of a class module's default instance ID, effectively toggling between "normal" and "static" class behavior.

Warn user when toggling the attribute to False, because such a change is a breaking change.

Somewhat related to #48 and #49, to import/export code files - although this specific feature can work off temporary files, import/export functionality should be reused here.

@retailcoder retailcoder added this to the Module & Procedure Attributes milestone Nov 19, 2014

@rubberduck203 rubberduck203 modified the milestone: Module & Procedure Attributes Feb 10, 2015

@retailcoder retailcoder added this to the Future Versions milestone Feb 10, 2015


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retailcoder commented Sep 22, 2015

@ckuhn203 is the SCI code responsible for exporting/importing modules decoupled enough to be reused for this?

@retailcoder retailcoder referenced this issue Sep 22, 2015


Handle Procedure Attributes #786

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@retailcoder retailcoder modified the milestones: Version 2.0, Future Versions Sep 22, 2015

@retailcoder retailcoder modified the milestones: v2.1, Version 2.0 Mar 18, 2016


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Hosch250 commented Jul 22, 2016

Yes, it is.


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rubberduck203 commented Jul 22, 2016

Yes. Absolutely is. In fact, the export/import code is in an entirely different assembly and namespace.


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retailcoder commented Mar 13, 2017

Per linked issue, this will be implemented as an annotation:



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