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How can I get a list of variables set in a context?

arthur_petersarthur_peters Member Posts: 19
I would like to create a feature that can import all variables in one Part Studio into another one. I can relatively easily import variables as long as the calling feature knows their names, however I do not see a way to get a list of variables from a context. Is what I want possible? Is there a specific reason not to allow it? (I think it should be possible, even if you only want to expose "normal" variables of some kind, given that variable table exists.)
- Arthur (he/him)

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  • MBartlett21MBartlett21 Member, OS Professional, Developers Posts: 2,010 EDU
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    @arthur_peters

    Try the function getAllVariables(context is Context) from context.fs
    mb - draughtsman - also FS author: View FeatureScripts
  • arthur_petersarthur_peters Member Posts: 19
    Thanks!!! I failed to check that source file. I did check others, but for some reason not that one. This is perfect. (And I accept it's internal and may change in incompatible ways without warning.)
    - Arthur (he/him)
  • matthew_mueller537matthew_mueller537 Member, Simulation EVP Posts: 17 EDU
    If you're looking for a pre-built solution, this custom feature made by a FIRST Robotics team is great for transferring variable libraries between part studios.
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