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  1. lakehousetech

    Sourceboost Ide Aesthetic/interface Ideas

    The snippets window is off to one side and can be used to store pieces of code or complete modules for reference, with the ability to copy and paste into the current editor window. A good example is this screenshot from Aptana: You can see from the screenshot (right hand side) that the code modules can be organized by category and edited or applied into the active editor window by right-clicking on the particular snippet. It's very handy, and is common in IDE's like Eclipse and Visual Studio. I'm not entirely sure this was exactly what animeranger was referring to, but it's similar. Hope this helps. Can you explain what is this 'snippets' window? Pavel
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    Sourceboost Ide Aesthetic/interface Ideas

    This sounds similar to adding something of a 'snippets' window for module code. That way you could copy and paste or reference code easier during development.
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    Sourceboost Ide Aesthetic/interface Ideas

    Wow these are really nice ideas. And what makes them even better is that some of them aren't too difficult to add We'll try to squeeze at least a few into 7.0 Regards, Pavel Let's add ICD compatibility to the list for the distant future (I know this is a tough one).
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    Usb Bootloader!

    I've been meaning to give it a try, but haven't gotten around to it yet. I've seen positive feedback from others that have used it standalone. I'll give it a shot in a few days.
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    Sourceboost Ide Aesthetic/interface Ideas

    I don't disagree with you, but your Office 2007 example is extreme. The point wasn't to make revolutionary changes. Only to allow users the opportunity to have a say in the feel and function of the interface.
  6. The developers are currently working on the upcoming version 7, and are open to any ideas or recommendations for cosmetic changes to the IDE. Please use this thread to submit artwork for buttons, menus, and anything else relative to the user experience. The current IDE for reference:
  7. Yes it has been considered, but the job is not easy. Yes we are open to all ideas and feedback. Sorry for not replying before. Regards Dave Dave, Thanks for the reply. I understand that your area of development is complex, and I personally would never attempt to write a compiler. I've heard some people talk about developing a uC IDE using the Eclipse platform, which I think sounds interesting. The SourceBoost IDE is good functionally, but the interface icons could use an update. I don't know how large of a community exists for SourceBoost, but a poll would probably give some decent feedback. I'm also sure that you could find users willing to do some graphic design to enhance the interface. Anyway, glad you got back to me, and I appreciate all of the hard work that you and Pavel put into this. Thanks! We are happy to review new buttons sets for IDE and everybody is welcome to send us their proposals. In fact this is how the buttons used in the debug toolbar were born. The timing now is especially good as we work on the 7.0 release and use of new buttons there will be natural. Regards, Pavel I'll go ahead and start a new thread for feedback on cosmetic changes. How much time do we have to come up with material before you plan on releasing version 7?
  8. Yes it has been considered, but the job is not easy. Yes we are open to all ideas and feedback. Sorry for not replying before. Regards Dave Dave, Thanks for the reply. I understand that your area of development is complex, and I personally would never attempt to write a compiler. I've heard some people talk about developing a uC IDE using the Eclipse platform, which I think sounds interesting. The SourceBoost IDE is good functionally, but the interface icons could use an update. I don't know how large of a community exists for SourceBoost, but a poll would probably give some decent feedback. I'm also sure that you could find users willing to do some graphic design to enhance the interface. Anyway, glad you got back to me, and I appreciate all of the hard work that you and Pavel put into this. Thanks!
  9. No one has an opinion?
  10. Hi all! I'm new to the forums and am considering purchasing the pro license of the C compiler. I've been developing in assembly for the past year or so in MPLAB, but have been looking elsewhere for a better option to move to C language. I have no problem using BoostC in MPLAB, but was wondering if the capability exists in SourceBoost IDE or is being considered? MPLAB is ok, but leaves a lot to be desired. I'd be willing to pay for use of the IDE with these added features. Also is the Sourceboost dev team open to suggestions on they're IDE development? Thanks in advance for your help! Chris
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