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aurelVZAB wrote:what security if Geany jump on .bas file without my permision
is that secure ...no is not
Geany or any other program doesn't jump on anything if you do not tell it to do so.

On my Linux system (Manjaro), FBC is installed in /usr/bin and Geany recognizes the file automatically as it has built-in support for FB (.bas and .bi files are automatically associated with fbc).

If on your system things are not in the default place then you have to adjust things manually.
i will remove geany once for all and use Scite
Scite supports a limited number of languages and FB is not in the list. If you open a .bas file Scite recognizes it (syntax highlighted) but probably thinks it's a VB file (compilation and building options are greyed out).
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aurelVZAB wrote:i will remove geany once for all and use Scite
You can try a thousand IDE's, but if you don't know if the compiler itself is working, it is all a waste of time.
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really
and i don't know that ??
it is wasting time anyway ..it is just hobby programming for me
and NO
i don't have in plan to try 1000 IDE-s on linux
maybe just PoseidonFB..because i like it.
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Seems too me that you are wasting our time as well by ignoring replies and posting rants.
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@badidea
Seems too me that you are wasting our time as well by ignoring replies and posting rants.
so now you are defender of Geany...is this only good editor in the world that
is great for linux ...of course is not
BUT
is INJECTED in every frea_kin distro on same way as is Python injected too.

your advice is :
Only when that works, try an IDE.
Don't try to solve 2 problems at once.
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aurelVZAB wrote:@badidea
Seems too me that you are wasting our time as well by ignoring replies and posting rants.
so now you are defender of Geany...is this only good editor in the world that
is great for linux ...of course is not
I said do 'not use Geany' or any IDE before you have the compiler itself working. The easiest way to check that is via the terminal. Also, there you have proper feedback (in text that can be posted in a forum if needed).
I never said anything about if Geany or Linux is great or not (in this topic at least). And I can tell you: They are not that great, but I prefer than over Windows and other IDE's.
aurelVZAB wrote: BUT
is INJECTED in every frea_kin distro on same way as is Python injected too.

your advice is :
Only when that works, try an IDE.
Don't try to solve 2 problems at once.
Yes. Edit the e.g. hello_world.bas file with whatever editor you like or don't like. Save it (note the location), open a terminal, go to that location (cd ...), compile from terminal (fbc hello_world.bas): ok? Run from terminal (./hello_world): ok? Good, then try setup your IDE to invoke fbc.

You can even skip the editor part by running from the terminal:

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echo "print \"hello world\"" > hello_world.bas
Which creates hello_world.bas with that code in it.

I have no experience with StrechDog,XenialDog,DebianDog,TrinityDog, etc. but I am pretty sure they come with other text-editors as well, and else there most likely is a huge repository from which you can install others.
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