VISG: visual and smart GUI builder

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mrhx
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Postby mrhx » Oct 15, 2008 4:32

vdecampo wrote:codge - Is that pronuounced Ka-dja?


I thought that is pronounced like kodj or koudj...
However, I thought the word "codge" doesn't exist because I can't find it in the dictionaries. But the link above shows that there are slang meanings of the word. I didn't expect it :)
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Postby mrhx » Oct 15, 2008 4:42

However, I still want to use that word, because I've made a pretty logo for it :))
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Postby mrhx » Oct 15, 2008 5:11

I've just thought... I can use the word "codege" instead... The logo will be almost unchanged and still pretty good ))
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Postby bfuller » Oct 15, 2008 5:36

I suggest you Google "Codge" and look at the Urban Dictionary site.

Codge means to "To patch or cobble together roughly and in a slipshod manner" and "The name for an extremely old man" plus a couple of unsavioury things that I was unaware of and best not repeated here.

I know we used the phrase "Old Codger" as a generic term to describe an old man when I was a young fellow--------along with a few other FreeBasic users, now I probably am an "Old Codger" myself.

I don't recommend the word "Codge" for clever software, but its up to you.
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Postby mrhx » Oct 15, 2008 17:15

Ok, thanks. I will use "Codege" as the program name. It has no translation.
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Postby Kot » Oct 15, 2008 18:03

Coderator?
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Postby mrhx » Oct 15, 2008 18:06

This word "codege" also looks similar to the french "codage" which means "coding". It seems it's a good word for the name of visg successor.
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Postby mrhx » Oct 15, 2008 18:21

Kot wrote:Coderator?


I like it too :)
louis919
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Nice work. How would I go about coding lists with it?

Postby louis919 » Nov 11, 2008 1:20

How would I go about coding a multi-selectable list of items with this GUI?

I was able to create a freebasic program with the listbox and it ran fine. The only problem was that the list contained no items. There is no code-example showing how to add items, or how an array would store which ones were selected & when the OK button was pressed, to process the array.

This program does a lot, but it's missing a lot too. If it just had more example programs showing how to really work with the various features it would completely rock!
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Postby Loe » Nov 11, 2008 5:30

to be honest, my rc2code project inspired by the VISG,
it is slow progress project ^_^, it use template, it is a "ready to run" code generator, with sample procedure/function. Search rc2code in window forum
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Postby mrhx » Nov 11, 2008 18:40

Loe wrote:to be honest, my rc2code project inspired by the VISG,
it is slow progress project ^_^, it use template, it is a "ready to run" code generator, with sample procedure/function. Search rc2code in window forum


Hello, Loe! I have written a kind of such program (rc -> code) some time ago but for C++ (it generates c++ code and written in c++). It has just one version with some bugs, but works. Maybe it can be helpful for your project? (its source code is open. it generates the code for dialogs and menu items) See here: http://mrhx.ucoz.com/load/5-1-0-8
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Re: Nice work. How would I go about coding lists with it?

Postby mrhx » Nov 11, 2008 18:50

louis919 wrote:How would I go about coding a multi-selectable list of items with this GUI?


Hi, louis919!
Make new window.
Put a listbox onto it.
Double-click it in order to see the property window.
Set LBS_MULTIPLESEL style.
Click the button "content".
Add items.
Generate the code.
Done. You now have a gui with multi-selectable listbox.
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Postby Loe » Nov 12, 2008 1:36

Hello, Loe! I have written a kind of such program (rc -> code) some time ago but for C++ (it generates c++ code and written in c++).

I downloaded it, and try it, You did what Im doing ^_^
What I want to acomplish at the first time is to make a code generator for FBEdit. Then KetilO warned me how difficult it to acomplish, and after all this time I know his right :-(
The most difficult is to re-generate code after resource has change/modified, and the generator should have ability to not "destroy" our "modified" code before resource change.
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Codege Website...

Postby mrhx » Nov 13, 2008 22:28

I've opened a website for Codege.
http://www.codege.org/
there is the description of the project and also forum with some information...
It has no releases yet, but it's in developing...
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Opensource VISG: visual and smart GUI builder

Postby mrhx » Jul 20, 2009 4:05

Hi, all!
Now VISG is open under the GPLv3 license.
It's available for downloading at http://codege.org/

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