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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Re: Importing "pdb" format

From: Rod Roark
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Re: Importing "pdb" format
Date: Fri, 4 Jul 2003 12:40:52 -0700
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Textpad (www.textpad.com) was my favorite text editor for
Windows, though I use Linux almost exclusively now.

KDevelop and Kate (both for KDE) are excellent, if you go
with Linux but are more accustomed to Windows-like GUIs.

-- Rod

On Friday 04 July 2003 12:27 pm, Holger wrote:
> At 14:25 04.07.2003 +1200, Joseph Heled wrote:
> >Gabi at HotPOP wrote:
> >>I'm an experienced C and C++ programmer, but unfortunately, my experience
> >> is on command-line Unix, and I only have a Windows PC now.  Do you have
> >> any decent development environment?  (Editor with menu commands to
> >> compile and such, plus a decent debugger).
> >
> >You have a head start then. Why not install Linux on your PC? If you
> >insist using windows, which is IMO a dog to develop on, there is Emacs and
> >GDB for windows. Just Goggle around.
> You can use just any editor. Many come with syntax highlighting and
> software development support. Besides, you just need a DOS box (and MinGW
> installed) where you type "make". If you have Unix programming experience
> (even command line) you should be rather acquainted to this kind of thing.
> >>The task is divided into the following subtasks:
> >>
> >>1) Change the menu to include just an "Import" command, instead of the
> >>current submenus.
> >
> >Have a look at the existing code. You can create those things easily by
> >Cut'N'Paste. Don't remove any existing commands, definitely not at the
> >start. Why not add a submenus entry (say "Auto" or something). I favor
> >keeping the exiting commands, because it gives more power to the user, and
> >an option if the automatic detection misses.
> Full ack.
> >>2) Change the "import" procedure so that it automatically recognizes the
> >>format.
> >>
> >>Please tell me how to do (1) and I will do (2).
> >>After testing it, I will also need how to check-in the modified files.
> You can mail a "diff -u" to this list for a start. For Windows diffutils
> (and quite some more useful packages) are available from
> http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=23617 .
> Regards,
>          Holger

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