FBIde 0.4.6 r3 Avilable now

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dodicat
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Re: FBIde 0.4.6 r3 Avilable now

Postby dodicat » Nov 15, 2018 14:22

fbide is the only Ide I use for fb.
And I have tried all the others.
The pop up is a annoying, but it only happens here if I click a .bas file.
Also, not being able to use uppercase switches is annoying, but I have as alternative if I want to optimise gcc (-O3 say)
I have the C source code for fbide, I tried to repair the uppercase thing, but as yet cannot get a full compile.
(Need wx widgets and minGW )
But it is a good lightweight ide, suitable for my needs anyway.
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Re: FBIde 0.4.6 r3 Avilable now

Postby St_W » Nov 15, 2018 15:00

dodicat wrote:I have the C source code for fbide

You have? I thought that it was lost (at least a significant part of it, only very old versions survived) and that's why development on fbide stopped back then?
dodicat
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Re: FBIde 0.4.6 r3 Avilable now

Postby dodicat » Nov 15, 2018 15:55

Well, I got this a while back:
http://www.mediafire.com/file/xmzaacdonhqt6o6/FBIde0.4.zip/file
run.c (If i remember) is where lcase is applied.
If you view the makefile you see which version of wx widgets was used, and Von Gorick's set up.
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Re: FBIde 0.4.6 r3 Avilable now

Postby BasicScience » Jun 02, 2019 2:04

FBIde will no longer start.

Running Win10 64-bit.

FBIde has worked for years. I'm now getting the application error

The application was unable to start correctly (0xc0000142).

The last time I ran FBIde was probably 2 months ago, so there could have been many Win updates - too many for undo. Downloaded FBIde0.6.4r4.zip and re-installed. Still get same application error.
fxm
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Re: FBIde 0.4.6 r3 Avilable now

Postby fxm » Jun 02, 2019 5:07

See:
viewtopic.php?p=253773#p253773
and the following posts.

You can also try to set an exclusion for the FBIde directory in your antivirus and, if it works, try to reduce the exclusion to some file(s) only.
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Re: FBIde 0.4.6 r3 Avilable now

Postby dodicat » Jun 02, 2019 11:19

Win 10 64 bit (But not a good one, registry problem)
last windows update KB4505064 (21/5 2019)

obtained by fbide CMD prompt:
Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.17134.766]

No problems here (I always use fbide)
In avira anti virus protetcion settings , for exceptions in freebasic I have
fbc.exe
fbidetemp.exe
gcc.exe

As an experiment I dowloaded fbide 0.4.0 (the .zip)
https://fbide.freebasic.net/download
No problems with this older version.
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Re: FBIde 0.4.6 r3 Avilable now

Postby fxm » Jun 02, 2019 13:50

Before, I had problems under Win7, then under Win10 1 or 2 years ago.
Since now a good time, no longer problem under Win10 (presently version 1809, 10.0.17763.529).
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Re: FBIde 0.4.6 r3 Avilable now

Postby BasicScience » Jun 02, 2019 16:06

Thanks for the suggestions. I got FBIde to work again, after a clean boot. (See comments under Community Discussion). So, it appears to have been a conflict with other software (most likely antivirus) rather than a problem with an out of date dll.
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Re: FBIde 0.4.6 r3 Avilable now

Postby fxm » Jun 02, 2019 16:20

When I went from time to time this type of defect (especially in Win7), I just had to close and reopen a Windows session or at worst reboot for FBIde to start well.
That's why next time (if it happens) that I will have this bad behavior, I'll try to update the DLL (without doing anything else).

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