AdaGIDE 7.00 release (Ada GUI IDE for Windows 95,98,ME,NT,2000,XP) 
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 AdaGIDE 7.00 release (Ada GUI IDE for Windows 95,98,ME,NT,2000,XP)

AdaGIDE 7.00 release (Ada GUI IDE for Windows 95,98,ME,NT,2000,XP)
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AdaGIDE (the Ada GNAT Integrated Development Environment) is
an interface to the GNAT compiler featuring a color
context-sensitive editor and code reformatter.
It runs on Windows 95,98,... and Windows NT,... series.

URL: http://www.*-*-*.com/

* Main improvements in AdaGIDE 7.00 compared to version 6.52
    Support for .NET target (See A# project (3))
    Goto declaration now switches from spec to body, too
    Suggestions added when a '.' or '(' is pressed (Ada. -> ...)
    Remembers last size and location of window
    Longer recent file list

* Main improvements in AdaGIDE 6.52 compared to version 6.43
    User definable colours and colour schemes
    Parenthesis matching
    Auto reformat on enter (can be disabled in Tools/Options)
    Jumps to first error
    Navigation among errors and warnings
    Better working "Goto declaration" (Ctrl-G) XRef function

* Main improvements in AdaGIDE 6.43 compared to version 6.26
    Spell-checker
    Automatic suggestion of filename on save
    Support for multiple de{*filter*}s
    Drag-and-drop for files
    Updated options dialog

Enjoy!

Gautier (1) - on behalf of Martin (2)
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(1) http://www.*-*-*.com/
(2) http://www.*-*-*.com/
(3) http://www.*-*-*.com/

NB: the e-mail address is just for posting, don't use it.



Sun, 22 May 2005 04:34:14 GMT  
 AdaGIDE 7.00 release (Ada GUI IDE for Windows 95,98,ME,NT,2000,XP)

Quote:

> AdaGIDE 7.00 release (Ada GUI IDE for Windows 95,98,ME,NT,2000,XP)
> ------------------------------------------------------------------

> AdaGIDE (the Ada GNAT Integrated Development Environment) is
> an interface to the GNAT compiler featuring a color
> context-sensitive editor and code reformatter.
> It runs on Windows 95,98,... and Windows NT,... series.

> URL: http://www.usafa.af.mil/dfcs/bios/mcc_html/adagide.html

> * Main improvements in AdaGIDE 7.00 compared to version 6.52
>     Support for .NET target (See A# project (3))
>     Goto declaration now switches from spec to body, too
>     Suggestions added when a '.' or '(' is pressed (Ada. -> ...)
>     Remembers last size and location of window
>     Longer recent file list

Almost an incentive to switch back to windows!


Sun, 22 May 2005 05:30:27 GMT  
 AdaGIDE 7.00 release (Ada GUI IDE for Windows 95,98,ME,NT,2000,XP)

Quote:
> * Main improvements in AdaGIDE 7.00 compared to version 6.52
>     Suggestions added when a '.' or '(' is pressed (Ada. -> ...)

Love this feature!!

Reminds me of Rational Apex, which I sadly don't have access to anymore.

But please can we have a 'proper' Undo function not an Undo/Redo?



Sun, 22 May 2005 06:35:18 GMT  
 AdaGIDE 7.00 release (Ada GUI IDE for Windows 95,98,ME,NT,2000,XP)
Christopher Campbell: <<Almost an incentive to switch back to windows!>>

or an inspiration to improve other editors on other platforms ?...

G.



Sun, 22 May 2005 18:49:20 GMT  
 AdaGIDE 7.00 release (Ada GUI IDE for Windows 95,98,ME,NT,2000,XP)

:> * Main improvements in AdaGIDE 7.00 compared to version 6.52
:>     Suggestions added when a '.' or '(' is pressed (Ada. -> ...)
:
: Love this feature!!

A side effect (of visible suggestions, here in VAJ and Eclipse)
that I've been witnessing is decreasing knowledge of libraries, and
also that source code starts beeing cluttered with fully qualified
names because then the feature works. People have started qualifying
names even when they were just looking for some standard java.lang.String
function.  Hope you can avoid this desease, which in Ada I'd have to
express as

   function inc(x: Standard.Integer := Standard.Integer'(0))
               return Standard.Integer is
   begin
      return Standard."+"(x, Standard.Integer'Succ(x));
   end inc;

I'd guess (from mechanisms behind C-TAB) that AdaGIDE is
smarter and doesn't require FQNs. So it can nicely hide whatever
negative effect on learning suggestions might have :-)
(Not saying suggestions aren't useful, but it might make programmers
even more lazy.)

just my -2c.
-- georg



Mon, 23 May 2005 00:25:43 GMT  
 AdaGIDE 7.00 release (Ada GUI IDE for Windows 95,98,ME,NT,2000,XP)

Quote:

>    function inc(x: Standard.Integer := Standard.Integer'(0))
>                return Standard.Integer is
>    begin
>       return Standard."+"(x, Standard.Integer'Succ(x));
>    end inc;

Inc should be called Double_Plus_One.  ;-)

- Bob



Mon, 23 May 2005 01:24:14 GMT  
 AdaGIDE 7.00 release (Ada GUI IDE for Windows 95,98,ME,NT,2000,XP)



Quote:

> >    function inc(x: Standard.Integer := Standard.Integer'(0))
> >                return Standard.Integer is
> >    begin
> >       return Standard."+"(x, Standard.Integer'Succ(x));
> >    end inc;

> Inc should be called Double_Plus_One.  ;-)

> - Bob

Or Oddify ;-)

-CRM



Mon, 23 May 2005 01:25:04 GMT  
 AdaGIDE 7.00 release (Ada GUI IDE for Windows 95,98,ME,NT,2000,XP)

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:>
:> >    function inc(x: Standard.Integer := Standard.Integer'(0))
:> >                return Standard.Integer is
:> >    begin
:> >       return Standard."+"(x, Standard.Integer'Succ(x));
:> >    end inc;
:>
:> Inc should be called Double_Plus_One.  ;-)
:>
:> - Bob
:
: Or Oddify ;-)
:
: -CRM
:

Darn. Now, aren't some mistakes stimulating.

-- georg, grinning, ducking, and running



Mon, 23 May 2005 01:46:59 GMT  
 AdaGIDE 7.00 release (Ada GUI IDE for Windows 95,98,ME,NT,2000,XP)

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:>
:> >    function inc(x: Standard.Integer := Standard.Integer'(0))
:> >                return Standard.Integer is
:> >    begin
:> >       return Standard."+"(x, Standard.Integer'Succ(x));
:> >    end inc;
:>
:> Inc should be called Double_Plus_One.  ;-)
:>
:> - Bob
:
: Or Oddify ;-)
:
: -CRM
:
:

Ah, haven't I proved myself right? ;-)

-- georg



Mon, 23 May 2005 01:50:37 GMT  
 
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