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How's it going? [message #41904] Wed, 05 February 2014 10:49 Go to next message
cbpporter is currently offline  cbpporter
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Hello everybody!

Long time no see!

How is everybody doing?

I'm working on a small personal side project and I'm using U++ again after so many months. What's new with U++? Hope it is going stronger than ever.
Re: How's it going? [message #41905 is a reply to message #41904] Wed, 05 February 2014 11:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Hello cbpporter

Nice to see you again! Smile

In my case I use extensively U++ for professional projects. And some people in my organization is working with U++ so I am rather happy Smile.

Now I have few time to propose improvements. However I am testing a new thing that I hope to finish this year Rolling Eyes .


Best regards
IƱaki
Re: How's it going? [message #41917 is a reply to message #41904] Wed, 05 February 2014 19:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
forlano is currently offline  forlano
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cbpporter wrote on Wed, 05 February 2014 10:49

What's new with U++? Hope it is going stronger than ever.


Definitely yes. You missed something magic prepared by our guru (Mirek). He showed us an experiment: an Upp application working in a web browser.
Stay tuned...

Luigi
Re: How's it going? [message #41925 is a reply to message #41917] Thu, 06 February 2014 10:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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That's great to hear!

And it's fun to use U++ again. The library is still great and several times better than what I've been using professionally in the past few months.

TheIDE on the other hand is absolutely horrible, especially at debugging Smile. But I do enjoy the left panel with your packages and code structure, which is better than the fiddly tabs in Visual Studio.

Might have to try to use U++ with Visual Studio for the first time. And precompiled headers? Those things are somewhat faster than BLITZ for small projects with very rigorous and strict include rules.
Re: How's it going? [message #41926 is a reply to message #41925] Thu, 06 February 2014 12:17 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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cbpporter wrote on Thu, 06 February 2014 04:09


Might have to try to use U++ with Visual Studio for the first time.


It is quite useful to use Visual Studio just for debugging, as 'external debugger' (defined in build method alt+f5).

As for theide looking ugly, I guess it is something we should concentrate on this year... My prefered idea is to create independent team for this, retaining the basic codebase (like builders, maybe CodeEditor) and build something new and shiny on that (while perhaps retaining current theide as it is).
Re: How's it going? [message #41996 is a reply to message #41926] Mon, 10 February 2014 10:24 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Hmmm, I' m not sure exactly how to do that.

Couldn't the debugging support be improved instead of the looks of TheIDE? I may be mistaken, but in the past the debug tooltips seemed to work better than they do today.
Re: How's it going? [message #41997 is a reply to message #41996] Mon, 10 February 2014 10:39 Go to previous message
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cbpporter wrote on Mon, 10 February 2014 04:24

Hmmm, I' m not sure exactly how to do that.



If you are speaking about using Visual Studio for debugging, that is quite simple (or it was last time I have done that, which admittedly is 5+ years ago): You can just open resulting .exe file in Visual Studio. You can pass it on commandline too, that is what Alt+F5 does. You just have to fill something like 'msvc' in the build method's "External debugger" field...
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