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    Alternative IDEs

    This new forum is dedicated to suggest any alternative to official thinBasic editor: thinAir.
    Feel free to suggest anything you can find useful in handling thinBasic source code.
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    Re: Alternative IDEs

    Maby i'm stupid or maby i'm used...
    ThinAir have same charm like thinBasic itself.
    So i vote for thinAir,rewrite new one

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    Re: Alternative IDEs

    You might want to consider using FBEdit. It's an outstanding IDE.

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    Autocomplete

    Hi there

    It will be a good idea to develop Autocomplete function in thinair : it offers more praticity to developers.

    Thanks

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    Eros, which language is used for creating thinAir?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Hartlef View Post
    Eros, which language is used for creating thinAir?
    It is written using PowerBasic 10

    Main editor is developed using an old Edit Control called CODEMAX. When I started in 2004 it was quite good but later it was discontinued.

    I'm currently switching to Scintilla Editor to allow more advanced functionalities.
    http://www.scintilla.org/
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    Quote Originally Posted by ErosOlmi View Post
    It is written using PowerBasic
    ever thought about porting it to thinbasic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Hartlef View Post
    ever thought about porting it to thinbasic?
    Temptation is there
    Challenge is very high
    It could be a source code project that can also give more life to community.

    reneminer has developed thinICE IDE in TBGL making great effort on it especially in parsing and data structures.
    http://www.thinbasic.com/community/s...review-thinICE
    It can be a source of inspiration

    I think a good Editor Wrapper like Scintilla is needed because developing one from the beginning is a BIG project alone.
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    I thought regarding Scintilla, you had made the efforts in the past, didn't you?

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    Yes, I did something some years ago but gave up.
    Now I'm moving to Scintilla definitely in order to get unicode, folding, code completion, ...
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