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reply Riccardo Cohen <rcohen articque.com> writes:
Hi,
I'm new to DM idde and I find the tool quite good for the moment.
Juste few little things if anybody can help please :

1) Customizing key shortcup is difficult because  I dont know the good 
"command". For intance,
- how can I configure F5 to be "build" and F7 to be "run" ?
- how can I use Control-Tab to change the current window ?

2) In the project window, I would like to organize files, without doing 
subprojects. I can see an option "dont show modules". Should I create 
modules ? what I need is only folders like in MS tools.

Thanks for any information


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Riccardo Cohen

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tel: +33 02 47 49 90 49
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Oct 20 2003
parent reply Riccardo Cohen <rcohen articque.com> writes:
Hi,
Is there anybody on the group ? or should I change group ? I'm quite certain
that this is the good 
one for these questions.

Thanks


Riccardo Cohen wrote:

 Hi,
 I'm new to DM idde and I find the tool quite good for the moment.
 Juste few little things if anybody can help please :
 
 1) Customizing key shortcup is difficult because  I dont know the good 
 "command". For intance,
 - how can I configure F5 to be "build" and F7 to be "run" ?
 - how can I use Control-Tab to change the current window ?
 
 2) In the project window, I would like to organize files, without doing 
 subprojects. I can see an option "dont show modules". Should I create 
 modules ? what I need is only folders like in MS tools.
 
 Thanks for any information
 
 

-- Riccardo Cohen Articque Les Roches 37230 Fondettes France web = http://www.articque.com tel: +33 02 47 49 90 49 fax: +33 02 47 49 91 49
Oct 21 2003
parent reply Arjan Knepper <arjan ask.me> writes:
Riccardo Cohen wrote:

 Hi,
 Is there anybody on the group ? or should I change group ? I'm quite 
 certain that this is the good one for these questions.
 
 Thanks

Yes it is
 Hi,
 I'm new to DM idde and I find the tool quite good for the moment.
 Juste few little things if anybody can help please :

 1) Customizing key shortcup is difficult because  I dont know the good 
 "command". For intance,
 - how can I configure F5 to be "build" and F7 to be "run" ?


menu [Environment][Edittinh/Browsing Settings...] tab [keys] set combobox 'scope' to 'text' select 'TextCompile' in the listbox above , edit and save you key strokes. Be aware of the fact that the current 'key file' will be modified. You might want to create a copy of a existing one first.
 - how can I use Control-Tab to change the current window ?


idem: TextNextPane, TextPrevPane, or use the GotoBufferPane1-9
 2) In the project window, I would like to organize files, without 
 doing subprojects. I can see an option "dont show modules". Should I 
 create modules ? what I need is only folders like in MS tools.


No, you don't need to "create modules". The DM IDDE does not have the folder thing like MS VC. Just add the c/cpp files to the project, right click the project adjust include path (be aware of the sc.ini settings), right click the project again click [Parse All]. After parsing you can turn off/on modules/parsed/dependencies in the project window with right clicking in the file list.
Oct 21 2003
parent reply Riccardo Cohen <rcohen articque.com> writes:
Thanks a lot for your answer :

Arjan Knepper wrote:
 
 menu [Environment][Edittinh/Browsing Settings...] tab [keys]
 
 set combobox 'scope' to 'text' select 'TextCompile' in the listbox above 
 , edit and save you key strokes.
 
 Be aware of the fact that the current 'key file' will be modified. You 
 might want to create a copy of a existing one first.

I've done that and DM crashes each time I use F7 without any file open. Anyway what I want to do is "Build the project" and not "Compile this file". What about F5 to "Debug Project" ?
 
 
 - how can I use Control-Tab to change the current window ?


idem: TextNextPane, TextPrevPane, or use the GotoBufferPane1-9

OK But when I type Ctrl-Tab the cursor change field and there is no ctrl-tab written in the key field
 
 2) In the project window, I would like to organize files, without 
 doing subprojects. I can see an option "dont show modules". Should I 
 create modules ? what I need is only folders like in MS tools.


No, you don't need to "create modules". The DM IDDE does not have the folder thing like MS VC. Just add the c/cpp files to the project, right click the project adjust include path (be aware of the sc.ini settings), right click the project again click [Parse All]. After parsing you can turn off/on modules/parsed/dependencies in the project window with right clicking in the file list.

Ok thanks -- Riccardo Cohen Articque Les Roches 37230 Fondettes France web = http://www.articque.com tel: +33 02 47 49 90 49 fax: +33 02 47 49 91 49
Oct 22 2003
parent reply Arjan Knepper <arjan ask.me> writes:
Riccardo Cohen wrote:
 menu [Environment][Edittinh/Browsing Settings...] tab [keys]

 set combobox 'scope' to 'text' select 'TextCompile' in the listbox 
 above , edit and save you key strokes.

 Be aware of the fact that the current 'key file' will be modified. You 
 might want to create a copy of a existing one first.

I've done that and DM crashes each time I use F7 without any file open. Anyway what I want to do is "Build the project" and not "Compile this file".

OK, well the that key assigment only works on the active FileBuffer. To build the project the standard assigment is SHIFT+F8 and ALT+F8 (Rebuild), I don;t know if you can reassign those actions.
 What about F5 to "Debug Project" ?

Is F4 same as above.
 - how can I use Control-Tab to change the current window ?


idem: TextNextPane, TextPrevPane, or use the GotoBufferPane1-9

OK But when I type Ctrl-Tab the cursor change field and there is no ctrl-tab written in the key field

Click on the green arrow in the recorder area, then type the key assignment you want, click on the red block in the recorder area, then click the assign button.
Oct 22 2003
parent reply Riccardo Cohen <rcohen articque.com> writes:
Thanks for your help. Is there any bug report system ?

Arjan Knepper wrote:

 
 Riccardo Cohen wrote:
 
 menu [Environment][Edittinh/Browsing Settings...] tab [keys]

 set combobox 'scope' to 'text' select 'TextCompile' in the listbox 
 above , edit and save you key strokes.

 Be aware of the fact that the current 'key file' will be modified. 
 You might want to create a copy of a existing one first.

I've done that and DM crashes each time I use F7 without any file open. Anyway what I want to do is "Build the project" and not "Compile this file".

OK, well the that key assigment only works on the active FileBuffer. To build the project the standard assigment is SHIFT+F8 and ALT+F8 (Rebuild), I don;t know if you can reassign those actions.
 What about F5 to "Debug Project" ?

Is F4 same as above.
 - how can I use Control-Tab to change the current window ?


idem: TextNextPane, TextPrevPane, or use the GotoBufferPane1-9

OK But when I type Ctrl-Tab the cursor change field and there is no ctrl-tab written in the key field

Click on the green arrow in the recorder area, then type the key assignment you want, click on the red block in the recorder area, then click the assign button.

-- Riccardo Cohen Articque Les Roches 37230 Fondettes France web = http://www.articque.com tel: +33 02 47 49 90 49 fax: +33 02 47 49 91 49
Oct 22 2003
parent reply Keith Fuller <Keith_member pathlink.com> writes:
In article <bn647h$7g4$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Riccardo Cohen says...
Thanks for your help. Is there any bug report system ?

Yes. This is it. You're looking at it.
Oct 23 2003
parent Riccardo Cohen <rcohen articque.com> writes:
In that case, you have noticed the crash I experienced. Of course, if you
whish, please add the 
following feature in todo list : "Let the user change key shortcut for Run and
Launch Debug".

Thanks

Keith Fuller wrote:
 In article <bn647h$7g4$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Riccardo Cohen says...
 
Thanks for your help. Is there any bug report system ?

Yes. This is it. You're looking at it.

-- Riccardo Cohen Articque Les Roches 37230 Fondettes France web = http://www.articque.com tel: +33 02 47 49 90 49 fax: +33 02 47 49 91 49
Oct 27 2003