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Developer's Corner / Re: SkyIDE - Latest Release Information
« on: September 09, 2006, 09:48 PM »
Thanks :)

I just uploaded Alpha 8

Latest changes:

As stated earlier, there won't much changes/additions in this release. Instead I focused on improving the code that I believed had to be improved.

Project Explorer has been almost completely re-written (still works the same way as in Alpha 7) but the code now is much easier to manage, less complex, more flexible and reliable. Definitely better then the old way.

Bug fix: Rename Project didn't quite work the way it was meant to, now it does (I think)

Added: Now when you right click the project tree, the menu item "Rename Project" also has the project name next to the Rename Project text

Modified: The Create C++ and Java project dialogs have been modified to make it look more prefessional

Redesigned: the project right click popup menu and the Tab-bar right click popup menu. This makes it more user friendly (in my own opinion)

FIXED: there was a problem with the "Set as Main File" section. When you seleced the option, SkyIDE would have used an absolute path as a main file to the project *even* if the file was inside the project dir. Silly mistake caused because I forgot to modify this section when I was fixing another section that had the same problem. This is fixed now and a relative path is used.

plus many other bug fixes which I came across....which I can't clearly remember now :)

Developer's Corner / Re: SkyIDE - Latest Release Information
« on: September 08, 2006, 06:55 AM »
SkyIDE Alpha 7 is available.

Changes in this version:

-> Completely re-designed the Java New Project Dialog. Now looks like
    the C++ dialog with check boxes for compiler options (needs testing)

-> Added support for Tabs-to-Spaces. When you press the tab key,
    instead of adding tabs, SkyIDE will insert spaces equal to the tab width
    size instead of actual tabs. Works flawlessly :) Thanks for the suggestion
    Gothi(c). Much appreciated.

*UPDATED POST* Sorry I forgot to mention, that silly bug in Open Main File and Open Header file has been fixed.

Next, in Alpha 8, this is gonna be a huge fix up operation. I will *completely* re-write the project explorer. I have to do this. So in Alpha 8 there may not be new features added, it's gonna be more like internal code work....I hope to have it released by this weekend and may be add new features.

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Developer's Corner / Re: SkyIDE - Latest Release Information
« on: September 07, 2006, 08:54 AM »
>> for example by showing separate folders in the project-tree,
>> representing the user-created subdirectories.

I will see what I can do, as usual I cannot promise but I will definately look into it.

By the way, there seems to be a bug with Pre-Alpha 7 with the "Open Header File" and "Open Source File" menu options. I have forgotten to change some code when I re-sructured the project directory. It's an easy fix. For the time being, I will stick with current projet structure until I make my code a bit more flexible. But yes, "src" and "include" and "bin" are hard coded so these dirs now must be present in order everything to work properly. Before was worse :) I had no dirs at all. Everything was saved in one project dir.

Developer's Corner / Re: SkyIDE Pre-Alpha 7 available
« on: September 06, 2006, 05:10 PM »
I'd combine them

Developer's Corner / SkyIDE Pre-Alpha 7 available
« on: September 06, 2006, 04:33 PM »
SkyIDE - Pre-Alpha 7 is available. Alpha 7 should be available by week end.

New Changes for Pre-Alpha 7:

Changed project directory structure:

For C++:  myproject/src for .cpp and .c files
              myproject/include for .hpp and .h files
              myproject/bin for .exe files files
For Java: myproject/src for .java files
             myproject/bin for .class files

Completely re-dedesigned the C++ new project dialog. Now you have check boxes to select/de-select compiler parameters for the selected C++ compiler.

Comming up in Alpha 7 is re-designing the Java New Project dialog to make it work like the C++ one and adding convert tabs into spaces support. Should be released by the end of the week.

I can confidently confirm now that convert tabs into spaces will be supported in Alpha 7 :)

I do admit, I kind of dragged this feature with every release. I do apologize about it.

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