SrcFrmt is a source code formatter for PowerBASIC's
Win32 compilers. It is free and open source by TheirCorp.

What's new:
  • (Bug Fix) It now properly spaces minus signs used for
    negation even over continued lines (it didn't cause errors).
  • No restrictions on the content of the code: it can now
    format code containing only fragments of procedures and
    blocks (it assumes that the first line is already properly
  • No lower limit on the number of lines of code, nor their
  • User-settable hotkeys
  • Converts some syntax of PBWin8 and PBCC4 to be compatible
    with PBDLL6 and PBWin7.
  • Deletes statements such as: #PBForms, #Tools, #Debug,
    Profile and Trace which aren't compatible with PBDLL6.
  • It can identify which of 12 different editors is being
    used, retrieve its TAB width settings and adjust the
    formatting accordingly (all with no user intervention).
  • Uses real TABs for spacing: globals, locals, equates and
    so on...
  • "Preserve single blank lines" option
  • One-click check for new versions with the option to launch your
    browser to the download site.
  • Open-File dialog with multiple file selection, and auto-
  • Drag-and-Drop support with auto-backup
  • Commandline support with auto-backup
  • Minimizes to the system tray
  • Help file
  • Many bug fixes


TheirCorp's SourceForge project
  • API Helper --- a code generator for the Win32 API
  • BinEditPlus --- a decompiler and more
  • ComHelper --- a code generator for the COM programming
  • "Flex" --- an editor with novel features
  • GDI Debug --- catches programming errors that could lead
    to resource leaks
  • Import Monitor --- (an API hook) Intercepts and monitors
    calls to imported functions
  • Intricately Mergeable Templates
  • Jellyfish Pro enhancer plugin (adds drag-and-drop and more..)
  • TheirEdit --- an editor for PowerBASIC code
  • TheirNote --- a KeyNote clone (source code only for now)
  • TheirSheet --- a spreadsheet
  • SrcFrmt --- a source code formatter
  • Tooltipper --- a tooltip code generator

PowerBASIC article in Wikipedia

TheirCorp's (new) website relies on JavaScript to remove the
advertisements attached by its host, freezoka (who said there
was no forced advertising). They would have been tolerated, if
they hadn't interfered with some of the graphics.