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Developer's Corner / Re: Computer Programming Algorithms Directory
« on: September 07, 2006, 01:46 PM »
yeah it's deffinitly missing allot. Where are all the 3d programming algorythms? Physics engine algorythms,... etc?

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General Software Discussion / Re: Gobby: A Collaborative Text Editor
« on: September 07, 2006, 01:32 PM »
That,.. is.. AWESOME!  :Thmbsup:

653
General Software Discussion / Re: is life without clicking possible?
« on: September 07, 2006, 10:06 AM »
Dupe.
This was posted on the forum before.

https://www.donationcoder.com/forum/index.php?topic=4275.0

654
please do post some,.. the only one i tried was a php thing and it was crap :D

655
This isn't new. Has been around for ages....

Locks don't really do much anyway,... there' just to make people FEEL safer,...
And maybe prevent kids without bumpkeys or the like from entering,...

But if someone is determined to get in, they WILL get in.

oh well :)

656
Definitely the new one...and maybe also give users an option to hide tabs they will never have a use for.

Very true, a c++ programmer won't need to look at a java tab all the time ;)

657
Developer's Corner / Re: SkyIDE - Latest Release Information
« on: September 07, 2006, 04:03 AM »
 :up: Good work, alexk!

One little side note, though:
  the project directory structure I proposed was only an example, to allow users to specify their own directory structure. There should probably be just one base path, in which the user can make subdirectories to their own wishes, and save his files in any of the subdirectories, or subdirectories of the subdirectories. Because there is generally no way of knowing how they set up the structure of their project. Many people like their directory structure to reflect the structure of their project. For example, if the project is part of a bigger project. (eg: a project with several sub-projects). A directory structure could look like this:

\
\server
\server\src
\server\include
\server\bin
\client
\client\src
\client\include
\client\bin
\common
\common\src
\common\include

Server and client would be two separate projects, and "common" would be code shared between both the server and the client (this is a very common approach). The project-file of both the server and the client would have to be able to include the common source into their project.

It would probably be possible as it is now, by making the common code a separate project as well, but in the real world this is a bit impractical.

I guess my point just is, that the directory structure shouldn't be hard-coded but completely up to the user. And the IDE should be able to handle whatever the user makes his directory structure like, for example by showing separate folders in the project-tree, representing the user-created subdirectories.


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Developer's Corner / Re: SkyIDE Alpha 5 - Public Download is available
« on: September 03, 2006, 06:29 PM »
The problem is, if your document is big with a lot of tabs, it would take a large amount of time to do the conversion.

Yes, the idea is that the tab keypress is detected and spaces are inserted instead.
On top of that there could be a source-code formatting button that you can click to convert the whole document when you want to. (as opposed to real-time)

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Developer's Corner / Re: SkyIDE Alpha 5 - Public Download is available
« on: September 03, 2006, 01:46 AM »
ADDED: When you create a new project now, SkyIDE auto generates a separate dir for the project and all project files including the project's .exe file will be placed in that dir when compiling.

Is it possible to still keep a project directory structure with this?
(eg, keep sourcefiles in myProject/src, headers in myProject/include, and binaries in myProject/bin)

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Developer's Corner / Re: SkyIDE Alpha 5 - Public Download is available
« on: September 01, 2006, 03:08 PM »
Also, Convert Tabs Into Spaces will be added.
That's great!!

I hope many people will use your IDE and be satisfied with it! :)

661
I think I'll go procastinate.  8)

662
Good work!

663
Developer's Corner / Re: Borland's Museum of Antique Software
« on: August 29, 2006, 01:05 AM »
nice find!

664
Developer's Corner / Re: Please help me test my software - SkyIDE
« on: August 21, 2006, 12:24 AM »
Hi alexk!
The screenshot looks very nice! It looks very feature-rich.

I'd love to try it out, if you let me. I can't do a full-scale complete beta test of every feature in it though, because I'm a bit busy with other projects. But I'd be more than happy to give you some feedback, and test some basic things.

Some of the features you mentioned look really nice!

I've used quite allot of C++ IDE's before and finally settled with Code::Blocks since I can use it both in Windows and Linux (I do allot of cross-platform development) and it is under very active development, and it has features I like.

So since SkyIDE is windows-only I'm not going to be able to use it permanently unfortionally, eventhough it looks very nice. I'd be more than happy to try it out though!

It's interesting to see an IDE built with bcb. Thanks for submitting this project to the contest!




665
The Getting Organized Experiment of 2006 / GTD Tools
« on: August 20, 2006, 09:47 PM »
Here's a big list of gtd tools for different platforms (windows, macos, linux,...):


http://wiki.jeffsand...px/GTD/GTDTools.html


:)

666
No screenshots anywhere?

667
Living Room / Re: DC's "EVIL DEAD" Get Together
« on: August 20, 2006, 02:52 AM »
Here's a what we were working on,...

We asked ourselves, what would be a cool place for the DC folk to hang around in,
so I started goofing around a bit, and received an instruction here and there from Dell[a],
and we came up with the idea to make an Inn (or something) where we could all hang out in.

This is the (very unfinished) result,...
The top floor is nowhere near finished (still needs wooden bars and wall decorations and stuff), and the roof is missing yet, but we're getting there :) )


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Living Room / Re: DC's "EVIL DEAD" Get Together
« on: August 19, 2006, 11:11 PM »
I don't even own a copy of counterstrike :shrug: does that make me a bad geek?

669
Can you mask it with Ludwig van Beethoven's 9th symphony next time? :D

670
 :harhar: :tease:

671
Living Room / Re: DC's "EVIL DEAD" Get Together
« on: August 17, 2006, 02:50 PM »
How about making our own engine?

672
Podcast Radio Show / W T F happened with the music in podcast #4?
« on: August 17, 2006, 02:47 PM »
Whoever deceided it was a good idea to use techno as background music for the fourth DC podcast needs to be run over by several large trucks, then eaten by tigers and have their eyes removed with a spoon. :P

What happened to the cute piano and organ music?

Other than that,... good job :)


673
General Software Discussion / Re: Switching to VoIP chat...
« on: August 16, 2006, 01:13 PM »
Have you looked at your time logs of how much time you spend chatting?

Usually at the same time I'm doing other stuff too

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Living Room / Re: DC's "EVIL DEAD" Get Together
« on: August 15, 2006, 03:04 PM »
Isn't there a free alternative to second life?
(planeshift comes to mind)

675
Living Room / Re: DC's "EVIL DEAD" Get Together
« on: August 15, 2006, 01:26 AM »
and try and kill each other.

hmmm.....

>:D    :Wizard:    >:D

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