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digitalmars.D.announce - dDSciTE 1.72 editor released

reply Micke <dronten gmail.com> writes:
DSciTE is an slightly modified version of the scite editor.
It is mainly intended for D programming and for smaller projects.
Download windows version from here: http://dronten.googlepages.com/dscite

You can download latest compiler tools from within the editor.
The compiler tools are installed in sub directory of dscite so it is totally
self contained.

You can change and set most of the common dmd and bud flags from the editor so
there are no need for any build files.
If there is a need to tweak the build settings more, you can do that in the
property file for d (in cpp.properties)

/Micke
Feb 14 2007
next sibling parent reply Mikola Lysenko <mclysenk mtu.edu> writes:
Micke wrote:
 DSciTE is an slightly modified version of the scite editor.
 It is mainly intended for D programming and for smaller projects.
 Download windows version from here: http://dronten.googlepages.com/dscite
 
 You can download latest compiler tools from within the editor.
 The compiler tools are installed in sub directory of dscite so it is totally
self contained.
 
 You can change and set most of the common dmd and bud flags from the editor so
there are no need for any build files.
 If there is a need to tweak the build settings more, you can do that in the
property file for d (in cpp.properties)
 
 /Micke
 

This is very nice. Back when I ran windows, I used SciTE almost exclusively. The editor is a much better option for most of my projects than visual studios or emacs. Is there any chance you might port this to other systems? These days, I mostly use OS X and Linux. On Linux, decent text editors are easy to find and install. This is not very surprising given the higher percentage of technically literate folks who run Unix, plus the fact that you need a text editor to pretty much anything in the system. Yet ironically enough I have yet to find even a single passable GUI text editor for programming on OS X. For an operating system that prides itself on ease of use, it is quite pathetic that the only code editor (vim) lacks mouse support! I've searched for other options, but they all fall into one or more of the following categories: 1. Buggy 2. Shareware 3. Bloated 4. Dumbed down web only editors An OS X port of SciTE would solve so many issues, and make many Mac programmers very happy. -Mik
Feb 18 2007
next sibling parent Carlos Santander <csantander619 gmail.com> writes:
Mikola Lysenko escribió:
 Micke wrote:
 DSciTE is an slightly modified version of the scite editor.
 It is mainly intended for D programming and for smaller projects.
 Download windows version from here: http://dronten.googlepages.com/dscite

 You can download latest compiler tools from within the editor.
 The compiler tools are installed in sub directory of dscite so it is 
 totally self contained.

 You can change and set most of the common dmd and bud flags from the 
 editor so there are no need for any build files.
 If there is a need to tweak the build settings more, you can do that 
 in the property file for d (in cpp.properties)

 /Micke

This is very nice. Back when I ran windows, I used SciTE almost exclusively. The editor is a much better option for most of my projects than visual studios or emacs. Is there any chance you might port this to other systems? These days, I mostly use OS X and Linux. On Linux, decent text editors are easy to find and install. This is not very surprising given the higher percentage of technically literate folks who run Unix, plus the fact that you need a text editor to pretty much anything in the system. Yet ironically enough I have yet to find even a single passable GUI text editor for programming on OS X. For an operating system that prides itself on ease of use, it is quite pathetic that the only code editor (vim) lacks mouse support! I've searched for other options, but they all fall into one or more of the following categories: 1. Buggy 2. Shareware 3. Bloated 4. Dumbed down web only editors An OS X port of SciTE would solve so many issues, and make many Mac programmers very happy. -Mik

Have you tried Smultron? http://smultron.sourceforge.net/ -- Carlos Santander Bernal
Feb 18 2007
prev sibling next sibling parent kris <foo bar.com> writes:
Mikola Lysenko wrote:
 Micke wrote:
 
 DSciTE is an slightly modified version of the scite editor.
 It is mainly intended for D programming and for smaller projects.
 Download windows version from here: http://dronten.googlepages.com/dscite

 You can download latest compiler tools from within the editor.
 The compiler tools are installed in sub directory of dscite so it is 
 totally self contained.

 You can change and set most of the common dmd and bud flags from the 
 editor so there are no need for any build files.
 If there is a need to tweak the build settings more, you can do that 
 in the property file for d (in cpp.properties)

 /Micke

This is very nice. Back when I ran windows, I used SciTE almost exclusively. The editor is a much better option for most of my projects than visual studios or emacs. Is there any chance you might port this to other systems? These days, I mostly use OS X and Linux. On Linux, decent text editors are easy to find and install. This is not very surprising given the higher percentage of technically literate folks who run Unix, plus the fact that you need a text editor to pretty much anything in the system. Yet ironically enough I have yet to find even a single passable GUI text editor for programming on OS X. For an operating system that prides itself on ease of use, it is quite pathetic that the only code editor (vim) lacks mouse support! I've searched for other options, but they all fall into one or more of the following categories: 1. Buggy 2. Shareware 3. Bloated 4. Dumbed down web only editors An OS X port of SciTE would solve so many issues, and make many Mac programmers very happy. -Mik

From what I saw, this looked pretty slick: http://macromates.com/
Feb 18 2007
prev sibling parent Micke <dronten gmail.com> writes:
  > This is very nice.  Back when I ran windows, I used SciTE almost
 exclusively.  The editor is a much better option for most of my projects 
 than visual studios or emacs.  Is there any chance you might port this 
 to other systems?
 
 -Mik

Perhaps linux in some distant future. It is probably around 100 lines of code inserted in the right places. So it wouldn't be to hard. I'm mainly using windows for now as it works (unfortunaly) better on my laptop. And as I don't have an Mac I wouldn't expect it at all. But I wouldn't mind to be a happy mac owner:-)
Feb 18 2007
prev sibling parent reply Gregor Kopp <gk cutcopy.com> writes:
Micke schrieb:
 DSciTE is an slightly modified version of the scite editor.
 It is mainly intended for D programming and for smaller projects.
 Download windows version from here: http://dronten.googlepages.com/dscite
 
 You can download latest compiler tools from within the editor.
 The compiler tools are installed in sub directory of dscite so it is totally
self contained.
 
 You can change and set most of the common dmd and bud flags from the editor so
there are no need for any build files.
 If there is a need to tweak the build settings more, you can do that in the
property file for d (in cpp.properties)
 
 /Micke
 

If i try to download via Tools->Download latest DSciTE support files, I get the following errormessage:
C:\Dev\DSciTE\sh C:\Dev\DSciTE\update_lib.sh C:\Dev\DSciTE\

=> `dscite_lib.zip' Resolving dronten.googlepages.com... done. Connecting to dronten.googlepages.com[72.14.207.91]:80... connected. HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found 14:45:06 ERROR 404: Not Found. Download of DSciTE library file failed!!!
Exit code: 1

Feb 27 2007
parent reply Micke <dronten gmail.com> writes:
On Tue, 27 Feb 2007 14:47:16 +0100, Gregor Kopp <gk cutcopy.com> wrote:

 If i try to download via Tools->Download latest DSciTE support files, =

 get the following errormessage:



  >C:\Dev\DSciTE\sh C:\Dev\DSciTE\update_lib.sh C:\Dev\DSciTE\
 --14:45:06--  http://dronten.googlepages.com/dscite_lib.zip
             =3D> `dscite_lib.zip'
 Resolving dronten.googlepages.com... done.
 Connecting to dronten.googlepages.com[72.14.207.91]:80... connected.
 HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found
 14:45:06 ERROR 404: Not Found.

 Download of DSciTE library file failed!!!
  >Exit code: 1

As it should be, as there exist no update file... I added that option in case of future need.
Feb 28 2007
parent Gregor Kopp <gk cutcopy.com> writes:
Micke schrieb:
 As it should be, as there exist no update file...
 I added that option in case of future need.

Oh, my fault. I think i didn't noticed it. Thank you for this info!
Feb 28 2007