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Software News   Software News : Integrated development environment for OS4 (SP27)
   posted by dietmar on 15-May-2005 18:29:20 (4024 reads)
GoldED Studio AIX SP27
This release completes integration with the SDK on the visual level by providing a user interface not entirely inconsistent with OS4. New fonts, color schemes, an optimized palette and rendering optimizations are contained in this upgrade.

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GoldED is an editor for developers. Features include syntax highlighting for the OS3/OS4/MorphOS/PowerUP/WarpOS APIs, compiler integration with free compilers (gcc and vbcc) and commercial products (SAS/C, StormC), a dialog to set compiler options with mouse clicks, makefile generation, context-sensitive help for the OS APIs, clickable compiler errors, quick access to the SDKs' documentation and more.

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FuZion 
Re: Integrated development environment for OS4 (SP27)
Posted on 15-May-2005 19:07:37
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Things like this make wish I could program for OS4.

I'm sure this'll come in handy for the creators of our scene.

FuZion.

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Re: Integrated development environment for OS4 (SP27)
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I absolutely love programming in GoldED Studio AIX, its now my favourite IDE bar none.

 
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Severin 
Re: Integrated development environment for OS4 (SP27)
Posted on 15-May-2005 20:24:18
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Have you changed your log in code? it no longer works here, all I get with IBrowse is a white page.

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Re: Integrated development environment for OS4 (SP27)
Posted on 15-May-2005 20:41:42
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Have you changed your log in code? it no longer works here, all I get with IBrowse is a white page

I can log-in to your account, if you are Nick Clover. You might have mistyped or not clicked on "log-in" (you can not log-in with return). The whole site is now on a different server but the log-in process has no been changed in any form.

Last edited by dietmar on 16-May-2005 at 03:18 AM.
Last edited by dietmar on 15-May-2005 at 09:30 PM.

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Severin 
Re: Integrated development environment for OS4 (SP27)
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I can log-in to your account, if you are Nick Clover.


Yes I am, I can't login as the login page (http://www.dietmar-eilert.net/golded/login.htm) is entirely blank, just a big white area with nothing in it...

edit:

hmmm... noscript tag on line 257 (thanks [Vader])

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Re: Integrated development environment for OS4 (SP27)
Posted on 15-May-2005 22:48:49
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EDIT: The new server is Linux-based and the file system is case-sensitive; please enter the log-in code in the same case as provided to you.


You might want to put this into the login page. It still specifically says the case doesn't matter.
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wegster 
Re: Integrated development environment for OS4 (SP27)
Posted on 15-May-2005 23:28:31
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Dietmar- I also see a 'bonus pack' listed for sp27- can you give some details on that?

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Posted on 15-May-2005 23:36:31
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@Wegster

Most prominent I've seen is that the bonuspack gives you the opportunity to OS4-ify your editor's default colour scheme among other things (very neat way to select it in the installer too.)

This is a very good update. For the first time ever with GoldEd, the default colour and fonts are actually usable for me!
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Re: Integrated development environment for OS4 (SP27)
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I also see a 'bonus pack' listed for sp27- can you give some details on that?

Each upgrade consists of two steps: servicepack installation (new editor) and bonuspack installation (new add-ons). The bonuspack must be installed, it is not optional. I will have to find a better name for it. Btw, please keep the bonuspack after installation: it must be re-applied if you ever install more, old add-ons from the original CD.

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Valiant 
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Posted on 16-May-2005 1:13:30
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@dietmar

I tried to apply SP27 but it tells me I need a replacement CD.

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I tried to apply SP27 but it tells me I need a replacement CD.

Either your CD is indeed too old (can't tell because you don't give your real name) or you have tried to install the service pack twice. Once is enough. The second installation will not work because the folder is already in an intermediate state. Ignore the message and proceed with installing part two of the upgrade, ie. the bonuspack.

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Posted on 16-May-2005 5:14:21
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@dietmar

OK, I've got it sorted out. I had an older service pack that I was getting confused with the newer ones. After applying the newest service pack and bonus pack, I was then able to start the installation program for the IDE pack. However, when it got to the point where it said it was 'updating the registry' it GR'ed. I noted after trying to install it again that it fails right after it replaces the gcc.menu. I theb tried running GoldED and it appears to be working as I'm getting a gcc menu in the title bar, but I'm wondering if I might be missing something since the installation wasn't able to finish. The only other question I have right now is where is the Devkits: assign supposed to be pointed to? I don't supposed there's a tutorial available to help a pretty-much raw beginner get started.

--EDIT--

I ended up uninstalling and reinstalling the whole thing making sure I added the C/C++ Developement Environment. This time SP27 and the OS4 IDE installed with no problems and took care of the devkits: assign also. Still it would be nice to go through some type of tutorial, but I think I can figure it out from here.

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Re: Integrated development environment for OS4 (SP27)
Posted on 16-May-2005 6:55:40
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Would be nice if this was part of the SDK. But it would cost Hyperion some money of course.

Great work!

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afxgroup 
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Posted on 16-May-2005 9:32:01
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khtml.c???

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Posted on 16-May-2005 10:59:25
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The only other question I have right now is where is the devkits: assign supposed to be pointed to? I don't supposed there's a tutorial available to help a pretty-much raw beginner get started.

It appears your unusual backgrade-upgrade process has created problems. Normally the devkits assign points to the devkits folder.

I don't know exactly what kind of tutorial you want but development and compilers are complicated enough to require books. Obviously I don't have the time for that, this is contributed material and my job is the editor itself. Anyway, a minimal introduction to devkits is in the devkits folder (devkits is just a way to install development material). devkits tools have their own manuals in their own folders. The SDK has it's manuals, as do the C/C++ mode and the compilers. A guide describing the first steps with GoldED and C/C++ can be found in "golded:tips": If you follow it, you should be able to create and compile your first minimal program in ten minutes, even if you have never heard of C before. This guide shows up in the toolbar after first installation of the editor (if not too old) or if you allow the upgrade process to install the latest toolbar.

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wegster 
Re: Integrated development environment for OS4 (SP27)
Posted on 17-May-2005 4:38:49
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@SlimJim and Dietmar

Thanks!

Ahh, a 'normal' editing mode color scheme again (Apologies to those who like typing on grey)

Good info on keeping the bonuspack, will do!

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