Started by KeiDash, March 07, 2018, 11:08:52 PM
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Quote from: JaViS on March 08, 2018, 01:58:34 PMOne Question. How do I compile and run the program from the IDE?
@echo offset "mainPath=C:\Code\Tetris\"set "bennuPath=C:\BennuGD\bin\"set "mainFile=main"set "extension=.prg"if exist %bennuPath%stderr.txt del %bennuPath%stderr.txtif exist %bennuPath%stdout.txt del %bennuPath%stdout.txtif exist %mainPath%*.dcb del %mainPath%*.dcbpushd %mainPath%%bennuPath%bgdc.exe %mainPath%%mainFile%%extension%if exist %bennuPath%stdout.txt del %bennuPath%stdout.txtif exist %bennuPath%stderr.txt del %bennuPath%stderr.txtif exist %bennuPath%stderr.txt goto salida%bennuPath%bgdi.exe %mainPath%%mainFile%if exist %mainPath%stderr.txt type %mainPath%stderr.txt:salidapause
Quote from: warrior_rockk on March 13, 2018, 09:18:19 AMBut, isn`t there a way to integrate the compilation onto the interface?
Quote from: warrior_rockk on March 14, 2018, 07:26:16 AMI am pretty comfortable with Notepad++ now because I already have the reasons that you noticed:-I have autocompletion-I have a script to execute the code without open the main.prg file-I can view multiple files-I have a project window, console output window and a process/functions windowMy lack, and the reason to look for another editor, is the posiblity of autocompletion , not for the sintax, but for the user variables, user functions, etc.. I want to see if is posible to implement this important feature on Visual Studio Code...