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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : Cubic IDE "Xmas Special" and Service Pack 7
   posted by dietmar on 12-Dec-2006 23:47:55 (3389 reads)
50% off - Save 60$ (12th to 15th of December)!
The Cubic IDE development system is, for a short time, available at a massive Xmas Discount. During this period, a gift wrapping service is available if a license is bought for another person. What about giving the developer of your favorite Amiga program a nice development system for Xmas?

To use the gift wrapping service, please send a separate e-mail after purchase and state the shipment address of the beneficiary. You may provide a note in text or pdf form which will be printed out and included with the gift. Offer valid while stock lasts.
Xmas Special



SERVICE PACK 7
Cubic IDE has been updated and now supports saving syntax highlighted text in HTML format (a useful function to create manuals and tutorials).
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dietmar 
Re: Cubic IDE "Xmas Special" and Service Pack 7
Posted on 14-Dec-2006 20:14:18
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@abalaban: Orders are not taken at the moment. The last day of this promotion (Friday) will instead be moved to the 1st of January.

@DaveAE: please don't forget the mail.

@wisementrading.com: if you don't follow abalaban's advice (ixemul-free ispell), you must install the latest ixemul library for OS4. That's not incuded with Cubic.

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Posted on 14-Dec-2006 22:23:53
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@wisementrading.com

As Dietmar told you there is an ixemul libray version that is less problematic than other, that is v49. That is a 68k version that seems to crash less than any other (on OS4 that is), however this version is actually only available on amiga.sf but that's not ideal either...


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AOS 4.1 : I dream it, Hyperion did it !
Now dreaming AOS 4.2...
Thank you to all devs involved for this great job !

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Re: Cubic IDE "Xmas Special" and Service Pack 7
Posted on 15-Dec-2006 7:46:36
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@abalaban 

Ok thanks, is there a guide about how do all this? :)
If I'll aquire CubicIde I don't want to become crazy about OS4 configuration :)
Thus, in end, what are the steps to work with CubicIDE on OS4 as on MOS/68k (dev C/C++ sw with all modern supports like sintax highlight, spellchecking, ecc...)? :)

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> If I'll aquire CubicIde I don't want to become crazy

Too late. Maybe sanity will come back if you aquire Cubic? I suggest you test the healing powers of the demo version.

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BillE 
Re: Cubic IDE "Xmas Special" and Service Pack 7
Posted on 15-Dec-2006 22:21:31
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Hi Dietmar,

> Unfortunately IBrowse doesn't recognize color tags in a pre block
> (a bug). Additionally, it drops the monospaced font.

Not so much as a bug but illegal HTML use !

The good news is that IB 2.4 has been fixed because of my protests on the IB mailing list and will show the exported files as they need to be, *despite* the dodgy HTML used.

So good news all around


Bill.

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dietmar 
Re: Cubic IDE "Xmas Special" and Service Pack 7
Posted on 15-Dec-2006 23:14:42
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@BillE: The W3C specifies how the pre element is to be rendered and I see nothing in it that permits ignoring the font color tag (http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/struct/text.html#h-9.3.4). The code generated by GoldED validates in Tidy by W3C's Dave Ragget. I don't think it's dodgy at all. I'd agree however that it's ugly, I should use CSS.

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Posted on 16-Dec-2006 11:53:44
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I was merely reporting what some others had stated on the IBrowse Mailing List.

=========================================================================
Pity the creators of that feature for their HTML generation, didn't read
the HTML specifications.

A brief summary can be seen at the top of:


... Contained in Inline elements, block-level elements except PRE
=========================================================================

And according to that link it is illegal to use within




Anyway as the problem will be resolved in the next release of IB it does not matter too much, if some on that list get a bit too pedantic.

Note that none of these statements about broken HMTL came from the IB developers just some of the users - who may be wrong.


Bill



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ShInKurO 
Re: Cubic IDE "Xmas Special" and Service Pack 7
Posted on 18-Dec-2006 9:17:50
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;-P
Ok I've done all, the demo is very very good, but now I have a question: have not I configured very well CubicIDE or miss a function very useful for beginners like me?: isn't there a sort of autocompletion like netbeans in which I write :" fooObject." and after dot appears the possible methods usables? In OS4 case for example writing "IIntuition->" could appear in a popup window (example ;D) the prototypes of function like BeginRefresh(...),EndRefresh(...), ecc... A prototype appears now in CubicIDE under screen olny if I write a function (and thus I must know it..., and it seems doesn't identify OS4 specific functions like IIntuition->DisableTemplate(...)).

Between I'm very happy to see many features that I believe don't exist in Amiga planet... ;)

Is there a way to show the output message of gcc only in subwin where it show prototype functions? Is very noious that it open 2+ cli win for this...
The orange button for gdb show "Run program" instead of "debug program" (or similar) and when I press it it show me :"gdb not found", should installation script install all?

In addition to this I see a cosmetic bug when I open gcc/Project Option:
All button are showed "Disabled" even if they are selectable...

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Posted on 18-Dec-2006 9:44:04
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> isn't there a sort of autocompletion like netbeans in which I write :" fooObject." and after dot appears the possible methods usables?

Unfortunately not. That's a very complicated feature (the editor would have to understand the type of symbols. ie. fully understand the C source code). There are two other, simple form of autocompletion:

1. Instead of writing the full name of an OS syxmbol, for example "struct RastPort", you may write "struct rast" and press esc. It will be completed. The syntax dictionaries that are used for that purpose are configured under Filetype Settings -> Dictionary. This completion would word with "struct rport" and "struct raspor", too. You only have to type some letters from the symbol, in the correct order.

2. If you have written a word in the same source code, you may press SHIFT-SPACE to use the same type of completion. For example, if a line of the document contains the function name ShInKuro(), you may type "shin" and press SHIFT-SPACE to complete.

> In addition to this I see a cosmetic bug when I open gcc/Project Option: All button are showed "Disabled" even if they are selectable...

That's not a bug but OS3 vs OS4 style ;) Under OS4, disabled items are greyed. That was not the case in OS3 software (in OS3 software, disabled buttons are behind a checkered pattern). In the gcc options program, grey does not mean disabled but "default": any option that is not specifically set in this program leads to the use of gcc's defaults for that option. Such defaults are displayed in grey. They do not lead to a command line option.

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> Is there a way to show the output message of gcc only in subwin where it show prototype functions?

That area is display-only, it buffers the make output. The make program needs a real console (for possible input). That's why the con window pops up. There is an option in the compiler menu to have that window automatically closed after make ends.

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