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Software News   Software News : Hollywood add-on for Cubic IDE
   posted by softwarefailure on 24-Nov-2008 15:36:50 (2757 reads)
Michael Jurisch released an add-on for Cubic IDE which allows for the easy editing of Hollywood scripts.

The add-on features such nice functions as online help for all of the over 400 functions of Hollywood as as auto-completion of function names. Furthermore, scripts can be launched right out of Cubic IDE and they can also be compiled and saved as full stand-alone executables for AmigaOS3, AmigaOS4, MorphOS, AROS, WarpOS, Win32, and Mac OS X. Hollywood 3.0 and the latest Cubic IDE are required. More information here. Download it from this site.
    

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Re: Hollywood add-on for Cubic IDE
Posted on 24-Nov-2008 15:54:08
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Great news for CubicIDE users (not me). Anyway it's good to see that kind of updates. I'm still waiting the new version to buy it though.


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Re: Hollywood add-on for Cubic IDE
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Sounds very cool!

Will have to keep this in mind for when I finally get some time to pla around with Hollywood. And I also need both applications upgraded soon


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Thanks for your comments!

I hope you can enjoy Cubic, Hollywood and my add on soon.

Did anyone install the add on on AmigaOS4? I got 2 reports that say it makes problem with afc.library an that system. Unfortunately I can't test it.

Thanks a lot for you help!

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Did anyone install the add on on AmigaOS4? I got 2 reports that say it makes problem with afc.library an that system. Unfortunately I can't test it.


It is surely a great help for the Hollywood users. Unfortunately I have an older Golded than the requirements of the add-on, however if it changes I will test it hardly on OS4.

Thanks for your great work!

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Hi Lazi,

thanks a lot for your comment!

You are also registered to the HW mailinglist, right? So there could be help for you concerning your old golded. Just read my mail from sunday.

BTW: Thanks to Dietmar Eilert the error seemed to be fixed. I will publish a bugfix immediately.


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> problem with afc.library an that system

- The afc error message indicates that an image is missing and is unrelated to the OS. A quick fix is to install the webworld add-on which contains the missing image.

- Cubic installation troubles were reported for OS4.1: For some reason, Cubic can be installed under 4.0 but not under 4.1. I've re-written the installation starter and hope that the rewrite has fixed this issue. If you have tried the demo (from 25/Nov/08) and it installs under OS4.1, let me know.

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You are also registered to the HW mailinglist, right?


Of course yes. I have started it

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Ok, these are good news, but for Hollywood users as me, what is the new? we want source code for our proyects or future proyects, and I not go to buy Cubic IDe, at the moment, sorry, now I wait the next Hollywood update, and with more source code.


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@Dietmar: Thanks for this update. I know at least one guy who will install the demo and test hw4cubic today (probablly ). I'll let you know whether it works.

@Lazi: Oh, of course, sorry ...

@Templario: Well, this add ons "simply" helps you to programm you Hollywood application, as we have no special IDE for it. What do you use to programm your apps? Just a normal editor? Well, with this add on you have very useful syntax highlightning, a context sensitive help (no ones knows all functions and its parameters), autocompletion, a simple kind of intellisense, you can compile your scripts directly without using CLI or selfmade batch scripts and so on.

I am not sure what you mean by "we want source code for our proyects or future proyects"? I can give you some of my source codes, but you could only use it to laugh ot my noobishness. Well, a Hollywood update with/and more source codes have different aims than this add on. This add on just gives you some support in creating better applications faster.

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Great news CubicIDE is getting better and better...


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Yes CubicIDE is really great... If someone is interested I can provide (at least if Dietmar is still ok, it's a long time now we discussed this) CubicIDE's SDK patch to make it an OS4 aware SDK, i.e. one will be able to produce OS4 native plugins.

CubicIDE is really great, it worth a buy, however IMHO (no offense Dietmar) its normal retail price is too high (even if I understand fully it's the result of years of development that might worth correct remuneration) but I consider its price during special offers (generally ~50% discount) is more fair (and affordable). CubicIDE also provides many API that would have make it even better if much more developpers had taken the opportunity to develop new plugins... For example I'd like to have a CVS/SVN plugin (i.e. a sourcecontrol plugin that would be able to deal with either CVS repositories either SVN ones), another one that I may turn into reality when I'll be really tired to open the window is to turn the scanner window (the one that permit you to view function definition in C mode, nodes in AmigaGuide mode, etc.) into a tab.


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No the source code is if among the Hollywood users, to do a web with Hollywood source code as there are with other languages, java, javascript, etc., for help among us and future new programmers as one community of the "ring".
And you have reason for compile to the programs I use the CLI because there isn't an editor but this point already I spoke in the Hollywood list.


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Hi there!

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No the source code is if among the Hollywood users, to do a web with Hollywood source code as there are with other languages, java, javascript, etc., for help among us and future new programmers as one community of the "ring".


I am not sure whether I understand you right. You mean like to have a central website where the whole HW community meets and shares source codes ant tips etc.? Well, first we have the mailinglist and its site at yahoo, where everyone can upload source codes. Then you can visit http://www.amiga-resistance.info - this is a place for German HW users to share ideas and source codes and so on. Well, right now it is "just" in German, but if we find some people willing to help we can use this to build an English section there.

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And you have reason for compile to the programs I use the CLI because there isn't an editor but this point already I spoke in the Hollywood list.


Sorry, mate, I have no idea what you are talking about. You have to compile in CLI because there is no editor? What editor do you want to have? Well, in my add on there is a tool called HWCC. This is a GUI for easily compiling for all platforms that are supported by HW in a go.

Nevertheless, I still have no idea, what all of your thoughts (as far as I understand them right) have to do with this add on???

Cheers,
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@Dietmar

I've installed Cubic-IDE without problems on AOS4.1/SAM. But I've not installed it directly from CD but have copied it first to HD to also install the AOS4-SDK. It could be that I don't have the latest update/service-pack for Cubic-IDE (never have checked for updates so far ) but it is Cubic-IDE (not Golded-Studio6 or so).

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