aurelVZAB wrote:well long time ago i download Poseidon editor from D programming site trying to use something for
C compiler and than editor work very well on my XP computer and i think that this old version
don't use iUP library..than win api....
Maybe you mean that one: http://www.dsource.org/projects/poseido ... creenshots ?
It uses DWT as GUI toolkit: http://www.dsource.org/projects/dwt
That's a port of Java's SWT to D. Maybe you know the IDE "Eclipse"? Then the UI should be familiar to you.
As already written above, DWT adds a much more heavyweight layer above the Win32 API, than IUP does.
Kuan Hsu wrote:I should change the framework( the old D framework, like DWT or DFL, both for D programming language V1.0 ) but the IDE become win32 only, or change the language( ex. Freebasic or C++, but I didn't used them for many years... ) + IUP to keep the cross-platform or change the different framework( it takes much time )?
I saw you stroke through that already, but still I'd like to ask: why would DWT let the IDE become win32 only? Do you mean some other DWT as the one I just mentioned above?
Regarding language: I think that an IDE which aims to be *the* FB IDE should be written in FreeBasic. Thus I would indeed prefer that this IDE would be written in FB, as it looks very promising to become a good IDE (even if it does not aim to become the FB IDE). As there is no modern, cross-platform IDE for FB available currently which integrates debugging, UI design and autocompletion/documentation I'm really happy about any IDE, though, no matter what language it was written in.