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Developer's Corner / Re: Borland c++ BUILDER tutorials?
« on: May 28, 2007, 05:55 PM »
Oh that, that's part of the TScintilla component for Delphi and C++ Builder. I didn't add any code for that except changing styles etc. It is done automatically for you.

You can find this component at:

There are two parts that you need to install. The way I make it work is by first compiling the run time version of it scit.bpk in the C6 packages (considering you have C++ Builder 6) folder and then the design time DScit.bpk.

If you have the standard edition of C++, you will have to remove all DB (database) references otherwise compilation will fail.

Developer's Corner / Re: Borland c++ BUILDER tutorials?
« on: May 27, 2007, 04:08 AM »
I re-read your post and I believe I might have misunderstood. I am not sure exactly what you mean and which section you are referring to. Can you please be more specific? I will gladly explain how it is done. Thanks :)

Developer's Corner / Re: Borland c++ BUILDER tutorials?
« on: May 27, 2007, 02:57 AM »
Hello mahesh2k

You have to study the compiler output and then extract the line number and the filename when the user clicks on the line with the error. Once you extract the filename, you would know which file to open or just activate if it's already open and once the file is open/active you just need to highlight that particular line number -- the one that you extracted. That's the way I do it.

SkyIDE supports 10 compilers and now I am adding support for Visual C++ Express, the 11th compiler. Each compiler produces different outputs so I did a lot of studying, inspecting their output and some of them are still buggy but I think I just squashed all the bugs. Beta 14 will have bug fixes for LCC-WIN32 one and the Free Pascal one (errors occured due to not enough research).

Some of the compiler outputs are really complicated. The one I found the hardest to work with is "almost everyone's favorite": GNU C++ -- nothing wrong with the compiler itself, it's just that the output it produces is a bit complicated but I got it going :) It was the first compiler that SkyIDE supported.

Developer's Corner / Re: SkyIDE - Latest Release Information
« on: May 23, 2007, 05:03 AM »

Words can't explain how bad some of the errors I found were due to some new code I entered in the previous release. All fixed. I am so sorry.

SkyIDE Beta 13 (Update 4) Released

Added: Support for VB.NET (non projects only "for now") - Beta 14 will support projects
Fixed: Application-wide "Access Violation Errors" sometimes when compiling
Fixed: C# project consistency errors due to *forgetting* to uncomment some code
Fixed: Some spelling mistakes...

Developer's Corner / Re: Borland c++ BUILDER tutorials?
« on: May 21, 2007, 05:53 PM »
You can also refer to the help file. There are plenty of examples explaining your way around. Personally, I found the official help file indeed very helpful. Without it, I would have been lost.

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