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by PaulSquires
Jul 25, 2005 20:28
Forum: Projects
Topic: JellyFish Pro Editor for FreeBASIC
Replies: 20
Views: 11731

Any page to where i can add a link to? I could include it to the 3rd-party tools list, thanks. Hey v1ctor, I just put together a quick and dirty download page. It can be accessed at: http://www.planetsquires.com/jellyfishpro_freebasic.htm I also uploaded a slightly modified version that fixes the p...
by PaulSquires
Jul 25, 2005 19:58
Forum: Projects
Topic: JellyFish Pro Editor for FreeBASIC
Replies: 20
Views: 11731

after using it for a while, it seems its not compiling my programs, only saying 'sucessful compile' without actually doing anything... needs to be fixed, lol Just a side note - if the 'sucessful compile' message annoys you then you can easily deactivate it for situations where the compile is sucess...
by PaulSquires
Jul 25, 2005 19:22
Forum: Projects
Topic: JellyFish Pro Editor for FreeBASIC
Replies: 20
Views: 11731

That's cool, thanks for the IDE! EDIT: the editor doesn't highlight string functions like mid, ltrim etc without the "$" sign. The "$" sign is optional in FreeBasic. Thanks for letting me know about the optional $. This is much like the way that Visual Basic handles it. I have modified the language...
by PaulSquires
Jul 25, 2005 17:09
Forum: Projects
Topic: JellyFish Pro Editor for FreeBASIC
Replies: 20
Views: 11731

Thanks for the code. I was able to compile and run it from within the IDE. Granted, when the code ran all I got was a change to a black graphics mode screen and an hourglass for about a second. The program then ended. I guess that's irrelevent to the discussion. The program did compile and run. What...
by PaulSquires
Jul 25, 2005 11:12
Forum: Projects
Topic: JellyFish Pro Editor for FreeBASIC
Replies: 20
Views: 11731

Thanks Guys, I guess that you could call this download a bit of a "rough draft" at the moment. There are still some things that appear to need to be worked out. I haven't created any web pages at the planetsquires site yet for the FreeBASIC version of the editor but I will do so soon. Cha0s - In the...
by PaulSquires
Jul 25, 2005 1:18
Forum: Projects
Topic: JellyFish Pro Editor for FreeBASIC
Replies: 20
Views: 11731

JellyFish Pro Editor for FreeBASIC

Hi Everyone, I have been using FreeBASIC for a few weeks now and I am continuing to be more and more impressed with it each day. I took the JellyFish Pro Editor code editor and stripped out a few PowerBASIC specific features and added FreeBASIC syntax highlighting and compiler support. The JPro edit...
by PaulSquires
Jul 24, 2005 0:01
Forum: General
Topic: block comment
Replies: 6
Views: 1739

MystikShadows wrote:NOt for a basic like language ;-).

If I recall PowerBasic has this type of thing too or had it in it's 3.5 DOS incarnation :-).

Nope. In PowerBASIC you would have to use the #If 0 #EndIf route as well. Block comments syntax has been wished for in the past for PowerBASIC.
by PaulSquires
Jul 22, 2005 19:13
Forum: Beginners
Topic: Compiler Log File ?
Replies: 5
Views: 2917

Thanks guys, I was hoping that there was a simple switch that could be used. If there's not then no worries, I'll just capture the output via the console window or pipe it like has been suggest. Jerry - nice to see you over here. I downloaded the wiki a few days ago and I have been going through the...
by PaulSquires
Jul 22, 2005 17:27
Forum: Beginners
Topic: Compiler Log File ?
Replies: 5
Views: 2917

Compiler Log File ?

Hi Everyone, I am converting my code editor to work with FreeBASIC. I have the majority of the conversion complete, but now I need to capture the compiler's output in order to reposition the editor at the line/position where an error occurs. Is there a compiler switch that produces a log file with t...
by PaulSquires
Jul 18, 2005 1:21
Forum: Linux
Topic: Ubuntu newbie
Replies: 10
Views: 6162

Jerry, Thanks for the Ubuntu info. I installed it today. man, Linux has come a long, long, way since I last installed Mandrake 6 years ago! Back then, it never even recognized half of my hardware. :-) BTW, I have been following FreeBASIC for a few weeks now. I am impressed so far. I hope that develo...

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