FBIde - still alive

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VonGodric
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Postby VonGodric » May 16, 2009 10:50

the best place to look for updates is the SVN tree: http://fbide.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc ... /fbide-wx/

I have been incredibly busy with work past few months so I have not have had much free time to spare... But hopefully things will quiet down soon enough and I can resume work on the project :)
Landeel
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Postby Landeel » May 18, 2009 22:01

I couldn't compile it for Linux. Is it possible?
VonGodric
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Postby VonGodric » May 19, 2009 13:29

I think the makefile might be out-of-date.

I myself use code::blocks IDE. get, compile and install latest wxWidgets then get and compile CodeBlocks IDE. Then open fbide inside it. You will need to set few global variables, but it should be simple enough. And then you good to go.
Galeon
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Postby Galeon » May 30, 2009 0:22

any update? can't wait for the release...
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Postby VonGodric » May 30, 2009 10:12

you and me both :D no updates at the moment. Boot soon hopefully :P
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Postby Galeon » May 30, 2009 10:45

i really like fb's ides (which includes fbide), i found a lot of features in 0.4.7 compared to 0.4.6
agamemnus
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Postby agamemnus » Jul 07, 2009 22:39

I don't remember if I mentioned this, and someone else might have, but three things:

* FBIde basically hangs on the second time it asks me to pick a command from a disambiguation screen (EG: PUT) !!!this is a MUST FIX!!!

* It would be nice to be able to set up settings via comments in the bas file.

* Together with the previous thing, I'd love to be able to set a switch (in the comments too) that will set the path to either local, opened-from, or compiler path for each opened file. (Included files should be by default compiler-path unless they're in the same directory or a child directory of the main file)
Roger Hunter
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Postby Roger Hunter » Jul 08, 2009 14:00

The feature I most miss is a split screen mode, horizontal or vertical.

Currently I'm translating programs from TrueBasic to FreeBasic and it's very helpful to see both at once.

Roger
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Postby Galeon » Jul 29, 2009 3:29

May you give us anything, even a release candidate?
VonGodric
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Postby VonGodric » Jul 29, 2009 4:25

soon
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Postby VonGodric » Nov 07, 2009 13:57

I thought I'd post a new screenshot...

Basically this shows how you can do some crazy views with several open documents. But also is that any current document (file) can be split into multiple synchronous views. For example you keep an eye on some part of the document (for lookup) while editing something somewhere else. Fbide is going to support upto 4 simultaneous views.
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Postby VonGodric » Nov 07, 2009 14:25

Another screen shot about decoupling of documents

For all the very wide or multi monitor setup scenarios. Basically decouple any tab into its own window and put back again.
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Postby phishguy » Nov 07, 2009 15:45

Slick! I've been waiting oh so long for your next release. I still prefer FBIDE as my editor of choice.
Galeon
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Postby Galeon » Nov 07, 2009 17:19

I'm still waiting for FbIde, since I cannot use JellyFB nor FbEdit in Linux (doesn't work nicely in Wine).
BasicScience
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Postby BasicScience » Nov 08, 2009 15:07

Multiview will be a very useful addition.

I, too, look forward to the next roll-out of FBIde... still the preferred IDE by far for FB.

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