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  • Who experencie to PBVISION/WORKSHOP

    Hi Programmers and R&B PowerBasic Support,

    Have someone experience with the tool PBVISION/WORKSHOP?

    First Qeustion:
    I will help to written an professional IDE for PowerBasic DOS in
    first design PowerBasic Proffessional IDE with PBVISION/WORKSHOP
    and written in PowerBasic code.
    Is there someone for help to written this PowerBasic Compiler?
    If there interest in my project you can email me and I give your
    the details

    Second Question:
    - Is there futher support from the tools PBVISION/WORKSHOP?
    - I have the version 2.1 but there some bugs.
    Is that possible for fixed this bugs and I new version?
    - What is the name from the creator from PBVISION/WORKSHOP?
    Have his an emailadres???
    - If there now supporting this tool is that possible to email de
    sourcecode of PBVISION/WORKSHOP?
    I'm programmer to and I can create then an new version
    PBVISION/WORKSHOP v3.0
    - I think that PBVISION/WORKSHOP is like Turbo Vision in Borland
    Pascal

    Greetings,
    stephane



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  • #2
    Firstly, PB/Vision is still sold and supported by PowerBASIC, and as such, the source code is not available. JFYI, PB/Vision was written with PowerBASIC, so it is NOT directly related to Turbo Vision in any whay that I know of.

    If you check the PowerBASIC SUPPORT web page, you can confirm if you have the most recent version of PB/Vision. http://www.powerbasic.com/support If you require an update, please email mailto:[email protected][email protected]</A> with your serial number and current version number, and they will send you any applicable update.

    If you have some code that clearly demonstrates an issue (bug) with PB/Vision that is not corrected in the latest version, then please submit your code in compilable form to mailto:[email protected][email protected]</A> and we'll do our best to fix any problems we can identify.

    While I respect your wish to write a "do-all" editor, there are a already a large number of 3rd-party IDE editors that can be customized to work with PBC.EXE (the command-line compiler) and a large number of other programming languages, and these offer many of the features you have previously requested (and probably a lot more besides!).

    If you search the BBS for "editor" you should find a bunch of suggested products. From a cost perspective, purchasing an established editor will surely be cheaper than spending a lot of hours writing you own. That said, don;t let me discourage you from such an ambitious project!

    Best of luck with your endeavors!



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    Lance
    PowerBASIC Support
    mailto:[email protected][email protected]</A>
    Lance
    mailto:[email protected]

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Lance Edmonds:
      Firstly, PB/Vision is still sold and supported by PowerBASIC, and as such, the source code is not available. JFYI, PB/Vision was written with PowerBASIC, so it is NOT directly related to Turbo Vision in any whay that I know of.

      If you check the PowerBASIC SUPPORT web page, you can confirm if you have the most recent version of PB/Vision. http://www.powerbasic.com/support If you require an update, please email mailto:[email protected][email protected]</A> with your serial number and current version number, and they will send you any applicable update.

      If you have some code that clearly demonstrates an issue (bug) with PB/Vision that is not corrected in the latest version, then please submit your code in compilable form to mailto:[email protected][email protected]</A> and we'll do our best to fix any problems we can identify.

      While I respect your wish to write a "do-all" editor, there are a already a large number of 3rd-party IDE editors that can be customized to work with PBC.EXE (the command-line compiler) and a large number of other programming languages, and these offer many of the features you have previously requested (and probably a lot more besides!).

      If you search the BBS for "editor" you should find a bunch of suggested products. From a cost perspective, purchasing an established editor will surely be cheaper than spending a lot of hours writing you own. That said, don;t let me discourage you from such an ambitious project!

      Best of luck with your endeavors!

      Hi Lance,

      I shall building an IDE with PBVISION/WORKSHOP but I think that is there an problem
      with define the menu structure. I have the version 2.10

      I have defined the next menusbalk but the to 8 levels, is that an bug????
      FILE EDIT SEARCH RUN COMPILE DEBUG TOOLS OPTIONS WINDOW HELP

      Can I uses custom colors and color syntax highligting in my program with

      Can you please help me for the problem

      thanks,
      stephane




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      • #4
        Stephane, post the code you are using and we may be able to help...

        I'm sure you will be able to write a "Syntax Highlighting" editor, seeing as you are the programmer for the project, you can make the code do anything you want. However, if PB/Vision does not do exactly what you want, then you'll have to write your own functions that give you the functionality you require.

        Good luck with the project!

        PS: When you reply to a message, can you please edit the message so that your reply is not part of the quote? It makes it very hard to read. Thanks! Alternatively, don'y use the "Quoted Reply", but the standard "Reply" button instead (the one that appears at the top and bottom of the thread, rather than the one above individual messages).



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        Lance
        PowerBASIC Support
        mailto:[email protected][email protected]</A>
        Lance
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