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I see you have a separate field called 'project include directory'

what do you do if a project has multiple include directories?

Ummm, well for now, I will let only one. In the next release Beta 13, I will separate them with ";" so there will be an option for "Add Directory". Thanks for that! I never thought of it. I already have the code that converts a long line of paths separated by ";" into real paths (I use it for the External Files section) but I don't want to mess around with the new project again. It will open up more work and will extend the waiting period probably for another week...

For now, I want to make sure what's been done works properly otherwise things will get too complicated if a bug is found....I mean I put the name of the function in most serious error messages so I know where it is coming from but still first I want to make sure this one works. It will be done what you suggested! Personally, I never use multiple include dirs but I understand.

I also modified the code a bit in SkyIDE->Compilers (you will see buttons have been re-arranged to make more sense) but I also changed the "Compiler Type" to "Compiler Name" in the config file which is what it should be. I hope I didn't miss any code related to the modified code...I checked it many times, seems to be just fine.

So instead of "Compiler Type: Borland C++, GNU C++", it is now "Compiler Name". I always confused "Compiler Type" and "Project Type" because project type refers to what type of project it is, C++/D/Java and Compiler Type referred to the actual compiler name so now it is fixed :)


You CAN have multiple include directories! I forgot lol! When you create a project, you right click and select Change/Set Project Compilers. There, you can add multiple include dirs for every compiler. I will post a screenshot.

This other section shown above are the "default" include, src and bin dirs. It means, if a user deletes the dir and he/she opens the project, SkyIDE will warn the user the include or src or bin directory does not exist and will be created. It's sort of, auto-repair thing.

Here it is:

Ok I will change the title of the dialog. I just realised, it also says "Properties"

SkyIDE Beta 12 - Reloaded Relased

Official Sreenshot:

SkyIDE Beta 12 (RELOADED):

Copied from within the zip file:

Well I have *never* worked so hard on SkyIDE as I have worked on this release. May be half of SkyIDE has been completely re-written. You will be pleasantly surprised what you will see. The most important out of all features is the new Project Explorer! Yes, the old one "was alright" but it lacked flexibility. So how did I solve this problem?

Well, how about I make the entire "folder" and subfolders and all files within the folder and subfolders part of a SkyIDE project! That's exactly what I did! Every single file and folder within the project folder is automatically part of SkyIDE's project. You can add files within the project folder using any file manager and they simply become part of the project because every single file and folder is part of the project. This make SkyIDE projects very portable! I have greater plans with this in the near future!

For now, PLEASE use everything with caution, I really tried hard to make sure everything works but please understand a LOT of code has been re-written, most of it from scratch!
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Release Notes:

+ Brand new project manager...completely re-written. You can add folders now.
+ Project Propertites next to the new Project Exlorer
+ Import Foreign Project - converts almost any non-SkyIDE project to a SkyiDE project
+ Brand new Favorites and History panes. Completely re-written
+ Move To The Recycle Bin" on Tab->Right Click popup menu.
+ Bookmaking a line now highlights the whole line instead of putting a dot
+ Deleting files/folders from project now are all moved to the Recycle Bin
+ Set #include directory in SkyIDE->Options.
+ Set Source directory in SkyIDE->Options.
+ Project directory text fields in "New Project" dialog are set by default
+ Add New Folder dialog (as part of the new project manager)
+ Explore your project folders/files in a Tree View-like style
+ Project Explorer has a second tab that lets you view/set some project settings
+ Customized "Browse for Folder" dialog when seleting project folders (test)
+ Self Repairing Projects function if corrupted project is found - (preliminary work)

Fixed: Sometimes when changing compiler profile names, projects no longer compiled
Fixed: Some minor bugs in SkyIDE->Compiler PRofiles dialog box
Fixed: When you search via F3/F4, SkyIDE sometimes would freeze.
Fixed: When you rename a project, the project's folder also gets renamed
Fixed: Fixed bugs with "for" loop detection
Fixed: Access Violation bug fixed sometimes when closing tabs
Fixed: /* int statements_like_this_in_a_comment_like_this */ got detected
Fixed: A few start up bugs fixed

Improved: Object Viwer no longer forgets which tab was active when switching files
Improved: The SkyIDE->Compilers dialog box. Re-arranged some buttons to make more sense
Improved: Adjusted the left margin of the editor
Improved: A few touch ups on the GUI - more polished
Improved: The Add New Project File dialog (as part of the new project manager)
Improved: "Find Function declaration" re-written (again).
Improved: "Open / Show Main File" and "Open / Show Header File"
Improved: Re-organised the right click menu of the editor
Improved: The Project Menu has been re-arranged
Improved: The right click project popup menu also has been improved. Much cleaner!
Improved: History an Favorites are now in one tab


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