Editor to use
[1/12] from: adm51::volgogradenergo::elektra::ru at: 13-Feb-2002 11:23
Hello, everyone. The question is very simple. Can anyone name an editor to write rebol source code (win2000)? I don't need anything special - syntax hiliting and launching rebol scripts is anough. Now for writing Ruby scripts I use WSciTE (www.scintilla.org), but it hasn't lexer for rebol (what a pity). Some day I'll write the lexer but not now. Which editors do you use for developing? Best regards, Alexander [bingoa--chat--ru]
[2/12] from: mike:skinmaster at: 13-Feb-2002 17:21
My personal preference is Ultraedit. Configurable syntax highlighting and every programmers feature I've ever wanted. $30 shareware is the only downside. There is a REBOL language definintion for the syntax highlighting on their site: www.ultraedit.com runs on win32 (inc 2k)
[3/12] from: greggirwin:mindspring at: 13-Feb-2002 13:31
Hi Alexander, << The question is very simple. Can anyone name an editor to write rebol source code (win2000)? I don't need anything special - syntax hiliting and launching rebol scripts is anough. >> There is another thread going on about this right now as well. For me, I came from and IDE world and started using ConTEXT with REBOL, writing a rough language/syntax file for it. ConTEXT is free and provides good basic functionality IMO. --Gregg
[4/12] from: jason:cunliffe:verizon at: 13-Feb-2002 15:14
> My personal preference is Ultraedit.
I use UltraEdit too. I like it very much. Open as FTP isvery userful. A few quircks. Support seems good. I switched over from NoteTab Pro when I started rebolling. NoteTab Pro has some great features though and has three prices: $0, $10, $20 http://www.fookes.com/notetab/ re: UltraEdit I have not figured out how to launch rebol scripts directly. It doesn't bother me, [alt+tab retursn to rebol console instantly] but glad to learn new tricks. ./Jason
[5/12] from: chrismorency:videotron:ca at: 13-Feb-2002 23:48
I use ultraedit too, however I changed the syntax file to include more core 2.5 fns, I also added a basic function list ;) Best, Chris
[6/12] from: mike:skinmaster at: 14-Feb-2002 7:53
> I use ultraedit too, however I changed the syntax file to include more
> 2.5 fns, I also added a basic function list ;)
could you mail me the enhanced wordfile entry? Plus if you mail it to [idm--ultraedit--com] I'm sure he'll add it to the site.
> re: UltraEdit I have not figured out how to launch rebol scripts directly. > It doesn't bother me, [alt+tab retursn to rebol console instantly] but
> to learn new tricks.
Advanced -> Tool configuration Command line: yourpathto\rebol.exe "%F" Working directory: Wherever you need, or, %P for the current files directory. Check the check if windows program box. Use the advanced button to locate rebol.exe to get the rebol icon from the exe for a tool bar button if you like, chose a sensible menu item name such as "Rebol" ;-) and then remember to press the insert button to add your new tool. Then, assuming it's your first tool you've configured, ctrl+shift+0 will execute the currently selected file in ultraedit with rebol. Easy, Mike, Confirmed Ultraedit addict.
[7/12] from: chrismorency:videotron:ca at: 17-Feb-2002 2:41
Hi, Sorry for the delay... Been busy at the job... I just added the enhanced wordfile for UltraEdit at http://www.palmtime.com in the rebol section for those interested. This wordfile add-on list more words than the one at UltraEdit, it does not do the same syntax highlight either... highlight is based on three categories: functions (word), datatypes (word!) and evaluation (word?). It also list all functions, objects, layout declared in a script in the function list view of ultraedit. Enjoy ;) Chris
[8/12] from: andreas:bolka:gmx at: 17-Feb-2002 13:07
Wednesday, February 13, 2002, 9:23:24 AM, Alexander wrote:
> Which editors do you use for developing?
vim - www.vim.org gvim for windows is a mighty editor and does everything you want. and it's free and if you ever switch to another platform, you don't have to relearn another editor. as vim is avail for quite a lot of platforms ;) -- Best regards, Andreas mailto:[andreas--bolka--gmx--net]
[9/12] from: sdidierjean:yah:oo at: 18-Feb-2002 11:06
Hi, The url doesn't seems to work. Is it "normal" ? How can I get this enhanced Worlfile for ultraedit ? thanks stef --- Christian Morency <[chrismorency--videotron--ca]> a écrit : > Hi,
[10/12] from: jason:cunliffe:verizon at: 18-Feb-2002 11:09
Stéphane Didierjean <[sdidierjean--yahoo--fr]>
> The url doesn't seems to work. Is it "normal" ? How > can I get this enhanced Worlfile for ultraedit ?
It worked for me. [thankyou] Just keep clicking through.. or try directly: http://palmtime.dhs.org:8080/files/uerebol.txt ./Jason
[11/12] from: gerardcote:sympatico:ca at: 18-Feb-2002 13:15
Hello Stéphane, Like you I was wondering how to get this file. so I went on the advertised site and after a little search I found this final address where you can find the requested WordFile : http://palmtime.dhs.org:8080/files/uerebol.txt Hope it will help you, Gerard
[12/12] from: chrismorency:videotron:ca at: 18-Feb-2002 19:35
Hi Guys, Enjoy the wordfile, any suggestions, flames will be accepted ;) btw, you can remove the RSP at the end of the first line, I use that for my Rebol Server Pages under Marteen's excellent eRebol One reply to many replies : Stef wrote:
>The url doesn't seems to work. Is it "normal" ? How >can I get this enhanced Worlfile for ultraedit ?
Because my isp does not authorize incoming request on port 80 (they don't want us to have server), I had to move my http server on port 8080, maybe this port is not enabled in your firewall... or at your job. Hey I can't access the site at my job neither ! And it's my own website ! Jason wrote:
>It worked for me. [thankyou] >Just keep clicking through.. or try directly: >http://palmtime.dhs.org:8080/files/uerebol.txt >./Jason
Nice hackin' ;) For those interested, find the Rebol section at : http://palmtime.dhs.org:8080/rebol/ Gerard wrote:
> Hello Stéphane, > > Like you I was wondering how to get this file. so I went on the advertised > site and after a little search I found this final address where > you can find > the requested WordFile : http://palmtime.dhs.org:8080/files/uerebol.txt
Advertised ;) how a big word for a simple post... wish I could refer to a link without spamming my dev groups ;) Best, Chris