FbEdit

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KetilO
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FbEdit, new IDE for FreeBASIC written in FreeBASIC

Postby KetilO » Dec 13, 2006 12:27

Hi all

New upload.

Whats new:
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1.0.2.5
o Added mru filelist.
o Improved QuickRun.
o Added collapseable comment block /' -- '/ and user defined block '{ -- '}
o Updated beautify addin.
o Added imagelists to ADDINHANDLES
o Fixed bug with debug run (filename not quoted).
o Fixed bug when parsing variables.

Get it here:
https://fbedit.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/fbedit/Release/FbEdit.zip
Or here:
http://www.radasm.com/Upload/FbEdit.zip

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Shocking
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Postby Shocking » Dec 13, 2006 18:04

It looks nice... A few things are missing..

1. When you assign .bas files to be opened with FBEdit, it opens a new program, instead of opening a new tab when you double click on the .bas file.

2. Would split screens be possible? This will defenitly enhance my programming experience where it gets rid of wasting time trying to look for a certain code to do on one side and doing some coding on the other side of the file.

3. Could we be able to configure our keys when it comes to compiling/running/ and quick running? Because I would also want to do a quick run hitting the F5 like I do with the old quickbasic.

Anyways, it's a nice looking IDE here.
Ryan
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Postby Ryan » Dec 13, 2006 18:08

Cool project! I'll check it out more when I get home. I found it impossible to specify a directory for a project, though... clicking the '...' button didn't pop up any kind of selection box. And it wouldn't just create c:\fbedit\project for me. I noticed your recently viewed files are showing up in my File menu, too. ; )
dani.user
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Postby dani.user » Dec 13, 2006 20:34

Nice
Good work
porfirio
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Postby porfirio » Dec 13, 2006 21:11

Nice update, and nice to see the menu bug kinda fixed :p

Dont have mutch time to test more, later i'll add some more things :p
KetilO
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Postby KetilO » Dec 13, 2006 22:23

Hi Shocking

1. When you assign .bas files to be opened with FBEdit, it opens a new program, instead of opening a new tab when you double click on the .bas file.

You can use drag and drop or setup a Send to. That way you can open many files at once.
2. Would split screens be possible? This will defenitly enhance my programming experience where it gets rid of wasting time trying to look for a certain code to do on one side and doing some coding on the other side of the file.

Already there. Use View / Split Screen or drag the tiny button in upper right corner of edit window.
3. Could we be able to configure our keys when it comes to compiling/running/ and quick running? Because I would also want to do a quick run hitting the F5 like I do with the old quickbasic.

Good idea. On my todo list.

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Postby KetilO » Dec 13, 2006 22:25

Hi Ryan

Thanks for bug report. A fix is uploaded.

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Mysoft
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Postby Mysoft » Dec 13, 2006 23:13

yeah good... hum... a feature for match parentesis (like fbide have) will be good ;)
SotSvart
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Postby SotSvart » Dec 14, 2006 11:31

Mysoft wrote:yeah good... hum... a feature for match parentesis (like fbide have) will be good ;)


Yeah that would be great to have.
SSC
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Postby SSC » Dec 15, 2006 0:58

You were quick to make fixes and requests, I like that^^ I have officially switched over to FBedit, there are a lot of features that FBIDE doesn't have. Both work great but with the FBIDE project dead it's time to move on.

Vic, if you are watching these threads still, You should prolly give this a 3rd party subforum =)
Zamaster
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Postby Zamaster » Dec 15, 2006 1:58

very attractive dude! The VBish interface is wonderful. Sniplets are cool too!
arenth
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Postby arenth » Dec 15, 2006 7:50

Yeah the first time I tried this it crashed, but you seem to have fixed that bug nice and quick, So far this is a great looking IDE.
Pritchard
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Postby Pritchard » Dec 15, 2006 7:52

Can it open included files by clicking on the inclusion text? I'm used to that feature and I can't switch to this IDE without it. I use it to quickly find bugs and make improvements to my libraries. ^_^;;
arenth
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Postby arenth » Dec 15, 2006 10:12

Is there any chance of getting true multi module project support? Like for example I would like fbedit to shell FBC like this.

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FBC -s console -w 1 module1.bas module2.bas module3.bas module4.bas


I ask for this because personally I dislike the method of including all sources into one big file, as it clutters up name-spaces, and makes all globals available to all modules effectively eliminating two of the major advantages of multi-modular coding.[/code]
KetilO
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Postby KetilO » Dec 15, 2006 11:29

Hi arenth

FbEdit's build method is quiet flexible. Nothing prevents you from building it that way.
Use Project Options to modify build command:

fbc -s console -w 1 module1.bas module2.bas module3.bas module4.bas

Note that the module files must NOT be added to the project as modules.

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