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Which IDE/Editor you use for modify CHDK?

Visual Studio
4 (14.8%)
Eclipse
1 (3.7%)
UltraEdit
4 (14.8%)
Notepad
6 (22.2%)
Vi
2 (7.4%)
Other
10 (37%)

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Which IDE/Editor you like better?!

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Re: Which IDE/Editor you like better?!
« Reply #10 on: 04 / February / 2008, 12:13:35 »
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Re: Which IDE/Editor you like better?!
« Reply #11 on: 08 / February / 2008, 09:08:01 »
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Re: Which IDE/Editor you like better?!
« Reply #12 on: 10 / February / 2008, 18:29:27 »
Linux: NEdit
does nedit allow searching in files as well (not only the open ones)? so far i only have seen this feature in ultraedit which is my favourite editor for windows, and now i'm looking for something like that for linux. i tried scite but that really is of no use (its windows version is sooo much better than the linux one).
does anyone know of such editor that allows searching for strings in a given directory (with a filter maybe, like only searching in *.c files). i know eclipse can do it, but i'm on a 600 mhz 128 MB laptop here...

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Re: Which IDE/Editor you like better?!
« Reply #13 on: 11 / February / 2008, 01:42:07 »
Linux: NEdit
does nedit allow searching in files as well (not only the open ones)?

Yes, it does. At least my one. :) It has a lot of macros, and one of them allows to search in files of similar type/all files starting from current folder.
You can select a string (if the string is not selected it will be requested), then press 'F6', the search results will be opened in separated NEdit window (so, it will be just regular editor window :)). But you can navigate through results - click on the line, press F1/F2, and the file will be opened in the position was found.
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Re: Which IDE/Editor you like better?!
« Reply #14 on: 11 / February / 2008, 03:45:30 »
gonna try that, thanks for the tip :)

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Re: Which IDE/Editor you like better?!
« Reply #15 on: 11 / February / 2008, 04:43:59 »
You can select a string (if the string is not selected it will be requested), then press 'F6', the search results will be opened in separated NEdit window (so, it will be just regular editor window :)). But you can navigate through results - click on the line, press F1/F2, and the file will be opened in the position was found.

How it does look:
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Re: Which IDE/Editor you like better?!
« Reply #16 on: 11 / February / 2008, 04:50:02 »
where do i find this macro? i see there are a few macro packages in the net, and SOMEONE even wrote a help system for nedit (maybe you know this person :D). nice color scheme. you've just been applauded :D

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Re: Which IDE/Editor you like better?!
« Reply #17 on: 11 / February / 2008, 06:03:47 »
where do i find this macro?
I do not remember where I found it. So, I've attached mine. Extract the '.nedit' folder to your home directory. Then search for the "USER_NAME_HERE" string and replace it to your actual user name.

SOMEONE even wrote a help system for nedit (maybe you know this person :D).
It was written not for NEdit. :) It's also used with couple large projects (and uncountable number of small).

nice color scheme.
It's my favorite. :) I like black background. It looks like an old-fashioned console.  All my editors and file managers have such scheme.
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Re: Which IDE/Editor you like better?!
« Reply #18 on: 11 / February / 2008, 06:35:17 »
I use Total Commander with UltraEdit, NotePad or Eclipse (depending on project). TC allows you to search through all the files inside directory, internal viewer know regex search and binary/hex display and you can panelize the results. Operations can be sent to background or enqueued.
Also, the directories can be panelized inside new tabs so you can switch them. Hard to explain in words. :)
FAR might know some of these tricks too, I have used it in old times (along with Dos Navigator).
The best thing about TC is working with archives like they are directories, but a lot of file managers are catching up to this. But from my testing, so far there is none that comes close to this.

Eclipse has some nice plugins too but I miss the functionality to browse through files freely, press F3 to view then ESC for some quick scanning through code. It's all about being productive :)

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Re: Which IDE/Editor you like better?!
« Reply #19 on: 12 / February / 2008, 21:24:55 »
where do i find this macro?
I do not remember where I found it. So, I've attached mine. Extract the '.nedit' folder to your home directory. Then search for the "USER_NAME_HERE" string and replace it to your actual user name.

SOMEONE even wrote a help system for nedit (maybe you know this person :D).
It was written not for NEdit. :) It's also used with couple large projects (and uncountable number of small).

nice color scheme.
It's my favorite. :) I like black background. It looks like an old-fashioned console.  All my editors and file managers have such scheme.

thanks for the files and the info. been using it 2 days now, it's actually pretty cool, being lightweight and such. is there a way to manage projects, like "open 6 files when i click on project 1"?
havent quiete found out how the macros work, yet. until then, i use midnight commanders built-in search which is in turn a combination of search and grep. wait a minute, maybe ultraedit will run via wine, but i dont think so :(

 

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