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by mcredz
Aug 01, 2007 4:52
Forum: Projects
Topic: VISG: visual and smart GUI builder
Replies: 107
Views: 63619

anonymous1337 wrote:.18cvs compatible code generated by VISG
A .18cvs* version of the plugin

Edit: and by smart people, I mean like anonymous1337 :)


lol, I saw it pre-edit :) Thanks for the good work though, compiles perfectly!
by mcredz
Jul 31, 2007 2:10
Forum: General
Topic: RichTextEdit,OleControls,&Reading These Files Using FB
Replies: 3
Views: 1388

Don't know if it helps, but IRichEditOleCallback is found in win\richole.bi.
by mcredz
Jul 31, 2007 1:47
Forum: Projects
Topic: VISG: visual and smart GUI builder
Replies: 107
Views: 63619

Really nice work. I only played with it for a few minutes, but I created a simple window with a few controls. The source would not compile as is, and it does seem to be written for an earlier version. It is quite an easy way to create a GUI, and as pointed out, the plug-in is text. It is also pretty...
by mcredz
Jul 17, 2007 2:06
Forum: General
Topic: Possible port to the Nintendo DS/DS Linux
Replies: 16
Views: 3471

Any Devs interested in porting to alpha (Linux)? You can have all the access ssh can give. I am getting ready to install Etch (Debian) on it, but could go with Gentoo if someone were interested and had a preference.
by mcredz
Jul 10, 2007 21:59
Forum: Beginners
Topic: OPEN filename for OUTPUT
Replies: 10
Views: 2350

Could you also use some of the environmental variables? %USERPROFILE% %APPDATA% %HOMEPATH% If there was a way to expose some WSH stuff, you could use the SpecialFolders object, which exposes several of Windows special folders: AllUsersDesktop AllUsersStartMenu AllUsersPrograms AllUsersStartup Deskto...
by mcredz
Jul 08, 2007 17:12
Forum: General
Topic: sqlite3.4.0 static
Replies: 10
Views: 2752

Yeti -- Thank you for your detailed directions. I was able to duplicate your efforts on my WinXP machine using MinGW & MSYS. I think the hardest part was tracking down MSYS :) I have successfully compiled the same test program with my compiled lib, and it also works. My test.exe weighs in at 329...
by mcredz
Jul 05, 2007 20:50
Forum: General
Topic: sqlite3.4.0 static
Replies: 10
Views: 2752

I have a feeling it is because you compiled with MSVC, i think the .lib file made may not be compatible with gnu LD (at least without some work), I would recommend using mingw to compile it. How can I prove/disprove this? Sorry to be so low-level (and C) stupid. Could I compile the static library o...
by mcredz
Jul 03, 2007 19:18
Forum: General
Topic: sqlite3.4.0 static
Replies: 10
Views: 2752

I actually just edited the included sqlite3.bi. The three changes I referenced above were the only changes I made #inclib change and the two version number defines. I did peek in the C src to make sure sqlite_open was still defined (and spelled the same), all looks good there. I'm going to play arou...
by mcredz
Jul 03, 2007 3:56
Forum: General
Topic: sqlite3.4.0 static
Replies: 10
Views: 2752

sqlite3.4.0 static

I am sailing in many levels of unchartered territory, and I would like to thank stylin and yetifoot, and I'm probably forgetting someone else, for getting me this far on irc. That's why I'm posting this in general :) Goal: statically link sqlite into FB program -- sqlite3_test.bas included in exampl...
by mcredz
Jun 15, 2007 19:11
Forum: General
Topic: Default BYVAL or BYREF Parameter Passing?
Replies: 128
Views: 29742

Seriously, i doubt there are beginners *to programming* using FB, the language is unfinished, with lots of bugs to fix and is clearly much harder to use than a dozen of languages out there - take the dynamic typed ones as examples. As an example, I am a hobbyist programmer, but I have had this hobb...
by mcredz
Jun 15, 2007 1:50
Forum: General
Topic: Default BYVAL or BYREF Parameter Passing?
Replies: 128
Views: 29742

Just my $0.02. It doesn't really matter a whole heck of a lot what the default is. It needs to be documented, well documented, and over-ridable. It should also be stable...it should change one more time, and it should stay that way. This kind of change has negative effects on anyone who's written an...

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