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SETEdit v0.5.5 CVS r1244 released

This is a CVS snapshot of SETEdit.
The major additions to this version are in the support for VHDL and DocBook languages.
Sources and binaries for Debian Etch 4.0 (x86/SPARC) are available.

Posted by Salvador Eduardo Tropea 2007-04-26

SETEdit v0.5.5 CVS r1235 released

This is a CVS snapshot of SETEdit.
This pre-release fixes a very important bug when moving text from outside the visible area.
The major additions to this version are in the support for VHDL language.
Sources and binaries for Debian 3.1 (x86/SPARC) and Ubuntu 6.10 are available.

Posted by Salvador Eduardo Tropea 2006-11-17

SETEdit version 0.5.4 released

That's the "Glaciar Perito Moreno I" release of SETEdit. Now you can use SETEdit as gdb frontend to debug programs (currently only for Linux, help is needed for other platforms).
This release contains 66 additions and 40 fixes. For a complete list please visit http://sourceforge.net/project/shownotes.php?release_id=286217
Precompiled binaries are available for DOS, Win32 (BC++ 5.5 and Cygwin versions), Debian Woody (x86 and Alpha), Fedora Core 3, Red Hat 9.0, Red Hat 8.0 and Mandrake 10.0 (http://setedit.sourceforge.net/#download).

Posted by Salvador Eduardo Tropea 2004-12-03

SETEdit v0.5.4 Release Candidate 1 released

The first release candidate for SETEdit v0.5.4 is available.
Unless something really bad is found it will become the next stable release.
Sources in .zip and tar.gz formats are available. Debian Woody .deb files (x86) and Red Hat 9.0 RPMs (x86) are also available. The Red Hat RPMs were created in a remote system so they arent fully tested.
Binaries for DOS and Win32 are also available.
If anybody can generate RPMs for other Linux flavors please consider contributing them. Generating RPMs is really you just need to run "redhat/create-rpms.sh" script.
The main addition in this release are debugging features for Linux.

Posted by Salvador Eduardo Tropea 2004-09-29

SETEdit: GDB frontend

Im glad to announce that the current CVS code (and also snapshots) adds debug features to SETEdit when running for Linux.
The functionality is in alpha stage but I was able to debug the editor using itself. You can execute, stop, use breakpoints, evaluate and modify variables. So most of the debugging functionality is there.
You can also debug remote binaries and already running processes.

Posted by Salvador Eduardo Tropea 2004-07-22

SETEdit 0.5.3 r1051 DOS/Win32

Precompiled binaries of current CVS code (revision 1051) are available for DOS and Win32.

Posted by Salvador Eduardo Tropea 2004-06-26

SETEdit v0.5.2 Debian repository updated

Ivan updated the Debian repository do now Debian users can use apt-get to install 0.5.2.

Posted by Salvador Eduardo Tropea 2003-08-19

SETEdit v0.5.2 fix for pure DOS

From a report of a user using pure DOS (not DOS emulated by Windows) I found an error in the editor.
A test release is available. Note it is only recommended for pure DOS users:
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/setedit/edi052f1.zip?download

Posted by Salvador Eduardo Tropea 2003-08-06

SETEdit version 0.5.2 released

Thats the "Iguazu I" release of SETEdit. It have tags support using Exuberant CTAGS and with it provides word completion, jump to any defined symbol and a class browser.
This release also includes features to detect if a file you are editing was modified by other user and solve collisions. The count of new things is 40 and it also have 25 fixes.
Note the files are the same used for RC1 release because it was tested successfuly.
RPM and DEB files: http://setedit.sf.net/

Posted by Salvador Eduardo Tropea 2003-07-22

SETEdit 0.5.2 RPMs and DEBs released

RPMs for Red Hat 7.3 and Mandrake 9.1 are available.
Debian packages for Woody are also available.
The corresponding Turbo Vision 2.0.2 packages are available in Turbo Vision site: http://sf.net/projects/tvision/

Posted by Salvador Eduardo Tropea 2003-07-15

SETEdit version 0.5.2 RC1 released

Thats the first release candidate for the "Iguazu I" release of SETEdit. It have tags support using Exuberant CTAGS and with it provides word completion, jump to any defined symbol and a class browser.
This release also includes features to detect if a file you are editing was modified by other user and solve collisions. The count of new things is 40 and it also have 25 fixes.

Posted by Salvador Eduardo Tropea 2003-07-01

SETEdit: TAGs support added

Im glad to announce that the current CVS version (0.5.1) have support for TAGs as generated by ctags tools like Exuberant Ctags.
This allows to jump to any symbol in the tags file, browse the class hierarchy and do word completion.
The current CVS code also supports plug-ins to highlight the holidays in the calendar. Volunteers to write plug-ins for each country are welcome.

Posted by Salvador Eduardo Tropea 2003-05-07

SETEdit v0.5.0 available in RPMs for RedHat 8.0

RPMs for RedHat 8.0 of SETEdit and Turbo Vision are now available.
The RPMs are untested and were created in a remote machine, volunteers for testing are welcome.

Posted by Salvador Eduardo Tropea 2003-04-22

SETEdit version 0.5.0 released

A new version of setedit is available. It have support for more platforms and targets, like native X11 support.
Currently sources (Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, QNX, etc.) and binaries for DOS are available. An RPM for SuSE 8 containing a pre-release is also available for x86. In the next days Debian packages for x86 will be available.
This release features 41 new things and 26 fixes.

Posted by Salvador Eduardo Tropea 2003-03-25

Documentation for v0.5.0 released

The documentation for the upcoming v0.5.0 is now available. The docs are provided in HTML, PostScript, DVI and PDF.

Documentation in Info format and manpage are included in the binary distribution.

Posted by Salvador Eduardo Tropea 2003-02-11

SETEdit v0.4.54 (stable) available in RPMs for SuSE 8.0

Michel packaged v0.4.54 of SETEdit for SuSE 8.0 and is available for download.
The needed Turbo Vision RPM packages (v1.1.4) are also available in the "tvision" Source Forge project.

Posted by Salvador Eduardo Tropea 2002-09-03

Fonts dialog and dual fonts working

The fonts dialog is now functional. The settings aren't stored to disk yet.
Now is possible to setup two different fonts in X11 and DOS (DOS is untested).
A snapshot taked when running on X11 is available in the home page.

Posted by Salvador Eduardo Tropea 2002-07-24

AA-lib screen saver

The configuration script now can detect aa-lib availability. In this case an adapted version of the DOS' plasma screen saver is compiled for UNIX systems using AA-lib.
Of course it can be disabled for those that want a smaller editor ;-)

Posted by Salvador Eduardo Tropea 2002-07-16

MinGW 1.1/MSys 1.0.7/SiePerl suport

The last CVS version compiles successfully using the MinGW 1.1 tools and MSys 1.0.7 for common GNU tools plus SiePerl as Perl interpreter.
You must be sure that MSys copy of make is used, the one included with MinGW doesn't work properly.
The makeinfo copy included with MSys 1.0.7 have some bugs and sdg.inf can't be created without commenting a line where @@ is used. I know it was fixed in newer versions of makeinfo, I didn't have time to verify if a newer version of MSys have a fixed makeinfo.

Posted by Salvador Eduardo Tropea 2002-06-10

SETEdit running as native X11 application for Solaris

Now is possible to compile SETEdit on SPARC machines running Solaris 7.
The program works as a native X11 application so even the most complex keyboard combinations works.

Posted by Salvador Eduardo Tropea 2002-05-13