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Have been using Crimson Editor as my IDE for GCBasic. If a program is compiled/assembled, but not saved in the editor before it is closed (even if there's a green light next to the file name), all comments on lines by themselves are lost, and spaces between code and comments are removed. Anyone else having this happen?
Not using Crimson Editor anymore. I moved over to Franks IDE. See https://sourceforge.net/p/gcbasic/discussion/629990/thread/56f698f5/
Since I posted this, I found a solution to this and other problems I was having using Great Cow Graphical Basic. I found that compiling with Great Cow Graphical Basic results in all comments on lines by themselves being lost, and spaces between code and comments removed. So when the altered program was passed back to the Editor, those changes would get saved if you didn't save the original code first. I now use GCBasic (not graphical) and the problem is gone.