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An IDE and programmer's editor inspired by Notepad++. Developed for Haiku under Haiku, open source (GPL3), supports the following features among others:


* Tabbed interface
* Syntax highlighting
* Unlimited undo/redo
* Function List & navigator side-panel
* Configurable sequenced ("Command+F, S") and F-key keyboard shortcuts
* Popup compile pane with highlighting of gcc error messages, takes you directly to the position of the error
* Find All, Replace All in All, & Find in Files search abilities
* Quick project switcher similar to workspaces remembers open tabs and document state when each project was closed
* Built-in MP3 player (no, this one is a lie).

Submitted On:
24 Oct 2009
Submitted By:
Caitlin Shaw (rogueeve)
File Size:
233.96 Kb
Downloads:
503
License:
GNU General Public License v3
File Version:
RC2-16
File Author:
Caitlin Shaw
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Total Votes:1

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+1 # RE: Sisong IDEstellarpower 2010-09-09 15:09
I can't get my programs to compile. I put cd directory
gcc -o file file.cpp
file

in the buildfile. Is this okay or am I doing something wrong?
 
 
-1 # supportandrewzx1 2010-09-10 13:47
Few developers use SiSong IDE. For support I would suggest contacting the developer directly. Or try another IDE such as Paladin.
 
 
+1 # RE: Sisong IDEstellarpower 2010-09-10 14:42
From what I saw on Paladin, it was more geared towards a project management type of thing. What I'd like is a program that'll run through a program step by step showing the values of variables, etc., help me with spotting errors in simple English, and give some help with debugging. Will Paladin do this?
 
 
+1 # RE: RE: Sisong IDEandrewzx1 2010-09-10 15:27
Paladin won't do that. Don't think there's any stepping debugger currently available for Haiku. You could try GDB for something current, of DBD for something with more features but not supported. Or try coding in YAB. Good luck!
 
 
+1 # RE: RE: Sisong IDEdarkwyrm 2010-09-10 19:17
Quoting stellarpower:
From what I saw on Paladin, it was more geared towards a project management type of thing. What I'd like is a program that'll run through a program step by step showing the values of variables, etc., help me with spotting errors in simple English, and give some help with debugging. Will Paladin do this?

I'm afraid not. Translating errors that gcc spits out into simple English is not a task that I would consider easy or trivial. Stepping through a program is the job of a debugger. Paladin just integrates together separate tools into a simpler system so that you can develop faster and more easily. It can start a program in gdb, but unfortunately there is no reasonably-complete graphical debugger available for Haiku. Ingo Weinhold has started one, but it's not finished nor is it possible to add it to Haiku unless you build it from source. Rest assured that I'll be adding support for it once it's even reasonably useful.
 


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