I had implemented some new features for 3.00:
- Uncicode support,
- Codepage auto-selection,
- Debugging (with DBG),
- HEREDOC support for highlighter,
and probably somthing more :).
Anybody interested on this?
great message for all users of Editor - version 3.00!
you can send me the source for make a folder in the subversion server - if you want. thanks for the work.
How I can send it? Zipped size - 1.9 MB + ...
see private message with svn-account...
- php-dev source,
- devFileMonitor source (some minor changes),
- Unicode SynEdit source (some changes).
Charset detector - see http://chsdet.sourceforge.net.
Do you want to have binaries?
i will try to compile your version. if it dont work - a binary will be great.
my opinion was to have a Devphp-editor (version3) and a Devphp-IDE (version2). What you mean about?
should we move the debugger-implementation to version 2 and leave the Editor without debugger?
I have already uploaded binaries into svn - for any case :)
It's open source, isn't it?
Using in IDE - of course, removing from Editor - not sure. The best way - ask the users!
I decided to choose Editor because it looks much nicer but I miss this features.
Anyway debugger must be - IMHO - moved in a library, so the user can decide at run-time which debugger (if any) he wants to use. And load it dynamically. (By the way: It's the reason why the implementation has so much "debugger" units. I wasn't sure how the "universal" debugger interface will look like - so I left it in the main exe.)
The initial idea (my) was (and is) to create a number of components (such as SynEdit) which will make it possible to "construct" an editor or IDE.
> ... The best way - ask the users !
Here's one opinion ;)
Anyway, i think that you could post your method to compile devphp3, to the link below (because another user already asked - and nobody but you can answer)
If you have ideas about code-folding, it'll be really interesting and imho, a true editor feature.
it's really one ;)
About v3.0 compiling:
I can (and will - next week) upload my components. (Currently I uploaded only that changed.) Caution: I got they not from dev-php CVS-repository, so I'am not sure that they are compatible with IDE's one.
About code folding:
t's not IDE or Editor feature, it's SynEdit feature. Has SynEdit/UniSynEdit any ideas about it? Anyway it's must be not especially difficult to implement it.
about subversion-server dev-php ide/editor:
the two repository are completly independent.
so you can upload all you have without making a mistake with version 2(IDE).
All is up!
Will be nice if somebody tries to compile it all ;)
Really great your work. but i cannot compile all because the packages-folder from the UniSynEdit-Component in the subversion repository is empty. Would be nice if you could complete the upload. Then i hope to complete the compilation. The binary version all seems to be ok. Also debugger is ready to work. great! thousand thanks.
It's the same as from "initial" UniSynEdit.
But now it's up.
The dir's "Demos" and "SynGen" are missed too. The reason is the same - they are not changed.
I wasn't sure that it will be a working repository, so I uploaded only the changed parts.
And if it will be the working repository then it would be better to start with "standard" versions - especially for third party components.
bingo... i have compiled devphp3 with only one error "colorbuttons.res missed". the devphp3 is created and works without problems. thousand thanks!!! so we can now work on the same source. would be nice if some other people could working with you for a advanced phpeditor.
could you upload the missed file?
about working copies: i think we should have the files that are used for compiling the program. Demo - Folders and other additional things must not be included, if the copyright this allow.
debugger implementation i will add also to dev-php-ide. great work but there are some things to do like variable debugging etc.
> ...error "colorbuttons.res missed".
It's not the error ;) Moreover I will suggest to remove from repository all other .res files and all .dof files - they are superfluous.
About working copy / working repository:
if this repository will be "working" then we MUST start with UNCHANGED version of the components - see the copyleft.
> ...variable debugging
thanks for "F4"... :-) not really easy to find...
i think it's possible to overwrite the subversion repository with the unchanged versions of the components and after remake the changes.
it's important for future programmers to have all the sources to compile devphp3.
Yep! The code still needs "some" improvement....
1 - which repository is official? Why you don't use the SourceForge's service?
2 - more native and sure way is to start from begin - either delete current and start from zero or create sub-folder and do the same into it.
3 - Who do it? (He must have enough rights.) The active developer?
1. the time we started with subversion-repository sourceforge had not supported subversion. Our server is really fast, so it's no reason to change (for me).
2. it's no problem to delete all files in the repository and start from begin.
3. you can do it with your account. on the subversion repository devphp-editor you have rights to write/delete/change files.
what you mean about?
2. I'm speaking not about delete/add files in the repository. I'm speaking about delete whole repositry. So we can really start from begin (at least for me).
First add version 3.0 and initiall packages,
second update to current state.
With remove/add the files are not really deleted from repository, so - imho - it will provide only understanding problems.
In my opinion the best way is to re-create the repository (but surelly I have not enough rights for this). Can you do it?
yes i can make a totally new repository. for me thats not really important. But if you wish i will follow you. (only possible if we had a own svn-server - on sourceforge i think you cannot delete repositories)
now... repository is clean. i hope all work!
It's clean. I try to fill it today.
Sorry for the interupt ( http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?thread_id=1520456&forum_id=182375 ) but I have a question: should I start the upolad? Or I'm waiting until you upload the initial versions?
really good if you upload your initial version and after the changes because i dont know the component versions used. thanks a lot!
Husten, we have a problem!!
Message from SVN:
Error while performing action: Berkeley DB error while opening environment for filesystem /var/www/musikschule/typo3/svn/devphp_editor/db:
DB_RUNRECOVERY: Fatal error, run database recovery
bdb: PANIC: fatal region error detected; run recovery
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