VISG: visual and smart GUI builder

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mrhx
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Postby mrhx » Oct 26, 2007 3:19

Okay, thanks guys.
creek23
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Re: A Question...

Postby creek23 » Oct 26, 2007 3:37

mrhx wrote:I have a question to all of you.

Is it hard to read the word "VISG" for English-speaking person?

I've just thought that it may be complicated word, because there is no (a|e|u|i|o) letters between "S" and "G".

Am I right?
Why not concentrate on building a GUI builder for freebasic then simply call it Visual FreeBASIC.
mrhx
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Postby mrhx » Oct 28, 2007 18:53

Visg 0.94
Now it supports Visual Basic and FASM (assembler).
Also has several bugfixes.
http://mrhx.ucoz.com/load/1-1-0-23
hellfish
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vsig

Postby hellfish » Dec 25, 2007 0:30

hmm...

im running vista..dont know if thats the problem

but vsig is unusable for me as every menu has these strange unreadable characters

example the firs menu on the right of the top window is this :ôàéà
and that is plain unreadable to me (>.<)

for the rest i did some googling for screens and the program realy seams good if ur text is readable that is
badmrbox
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Postby badmrbox » Dec 25, 2007 1:04

I'm running Vista too and I have the very same problem as hellfish.
mrhx
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Postby mrhx » Dec 26, 2007 21:51

Change the program language in the fourth menu (you will see "English" over there). I forgot to change the default language to English when released visg.
AGS
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Postby AGS » Dec 27, 2007 11:21

I found this software (visg) at softpedia.com softpedia.com guarantees that visg is spyware/adware/virus - free. At softpedia.com visg is listed as freeware and that is not quite the same as gpl.

Visg looks nice, I am sure it is a good IDE but why should I help someone develop software only to find out one day that he is selling his software with a commercial license (some sort of Microsoft(ish) license)?
mrhx
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Postby mrhx » Dec 27, 2007 16:42

to AGS:

I consider visg + GPL v3 right now.
mrhx
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VISG 0.95

Postby mrhx » Mar 30, 2008 16:56

VISG 0.95

Several new features and bugfixes.
( unicode support, jscript code generator, ... )

http://mrhx.ucoz.com/load/
yoxola
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Postby yoxola » Mar 31, 2008 11:02

A few thoughts on AGS's comments:

If it's good, why mrhx can't sell it?
With real income mrhx can develop further and made this software better.

Old versions can still be free, using freeware is under the as-is basis and should be grateful to author, and thanks his contribution.
Antoni
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Postby Antoni » Mar 31, 2008 11:34

If software is sold, beta testers should be payed...
mrhx
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Postby mrhx » Mar 31, 2008 19:28

I think, if Visg has become paid software, then I would pay testers and other useful people by giving them this software for free. But I can't imagine Visg as paid software in near future.
yoxola
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Postby yoxola » Apr 10, 2008 19:20

Typically Beta Testers get one free license and acess to new testing versions to help development, that makes sense tho.

Anyway VISG is a great tool to help GUI development, and thanks mrhx.
mrhx
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A question about new name of the program

Postby mrhx » Oct 14, 2008 21:19

Hi, all!

I want to continue developing Visg as an open source project.
And I also want to rename it, so I have a question to the english-speaking persons: what do you think about the word "codge"? It's a short name from "code generator". Do you have any negative associations?

Thanks!
vdecampo
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Postby vdecampo » Oct 14, 2008 22:04

codge - Is that pronuounced Ka-dja?

Sounds too much like hodge podge.

Actually now that I looked up a definintion for podge, maybe you should call it that! :-) http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=podge

-Vince

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