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PostPosted: Fri Mar 25, 2005 11:53 am 
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its not available yet but rings is working on it. yeah it sounds pretty neat :)


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 Post subject: Re: Printable Manual
PostPosted: Sun Jun 05, 2005 2:25 am 
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Karbon wrote:
There is a printable manual available here :

http://www.purebasic.org/comments.php?id=P10_0_1_0


This link seems like a ruse. Is there a printable manual anywhere for PB?

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There's a link the PB Manual in PDF format here...
http://forums.purebasic.com/english/vie ... 2641#82641

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Sparkie wrote:
There's a link the PB Manual in PDF format here...
http://forums.purebasic.com/english/vie ... 2641#82641


Hey, neighbor (I'm in P.A., I see you're in O.H.)!

Not to long after posting in this thread I found that link you posted. Thanks for taking a minute to share it, nontheless :!

I also found out that folks would be wise to include two other help files in their main directory:

win32.hlp and ams.hlp

I found both over at:

http://www.xs4all.nl/~bluez/datatalk/purebasic.htm (glad I bookmarked that Website!)

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@Intrigued: And a Hey neighbor to you too :)

Glad you found what you needed. 8)

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 20, 2006 9:45 am 
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Karbon wrote:
Not much there now but I plan on adding things as I go. If you'd like to contribute just drop me a message!

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This site is not working. Please check it and if necessary remove it.

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Not a Tool but great Ressource:

Various 3D Format Descriptions:
http://www.wotsit.org/list.asp?fc=2

Some nifty Info about "Perlin Noise"
http://freespace.virgin.net/hugo.elias/ ... perlin.htm

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PB EasySetup
Free Setup maker for your programs (including esInternetUpdater).
PB EasySetup is written with PureBasic

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 17, 2007 7:46 pm 
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InstallForge
Create professional looking setups for Windows with an easy-to-use and
wizard-driven interface.
InstallForge was written in PureBasic.

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Website: www.installforge.forgesoft.net


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 19, 2007 4:29 pm 
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Very nice.. Keep it going.

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PureBasic IDE Tool "Declare Filter"

Edit: changed the whole text on 16-feb-2008

Declare-Filter is a small tool, which makes programming with the original IDE of PureBasic a little easier.

Procedures must be declared in PureBasic usually at the beginning of the main program code, where they are placed before the procedures you would like to call. When the call to a procedure is done before the actual declaring of it, the compiler gives an error message.
Now this gets more complicated when you need to call procedures from different included files, where a call to a procedure could easily be done before the actual declaring of it, and thus the compiler gives an error message.

So I wrote a small tool, which searches all of the main source code and include files for procedures, and generates a declare list that I can copy into the main source code. Or with the use of special magic words (explained on the website), in my main source the program will generate an includable file of all the declares, which can be included in the main source code.

The program can be run by itself from any directory, and can also be setup as a tool in the editor of PureBasic.

You can save much work and avoid frustration if you move procedures in huge projects. You never have to think about procedure declarations with this tool.

For the english version and manual see here:
http://www.purebasic.fr/english/viewtop ... 772#232772

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SimpleOOP. Another, but a really good preprocessor for OOP support in PureBasic.

Features:
- opensource
- auto installer
- a lot of examples
- user manual
- inheritance, polymorphie etc.
- classviewer

http://purebasic-lounge.com/viewtopic.p ... 15&start=0

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BoxedApp, SDK and Packer:

http://boxedapp.com/

Both work well with Purebasic applications.

What's BoxedApp?
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* This is a developer tool to create virtual files and virtual registry entries.

* You can use ActiveX without registration, you can embed .net runtime and more.

* You can launch notepad or Windows Word and load fully virtual file into it!

* The final EXE doesn't unpack files into a disk and it doesn't require admin rights to work properly.

* Ideal solution to create a really portable software.

Hope it can be interesting for purebasic users :)


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 30, 2009 10:11 am 
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InclOpen is a PB IDE add-on that offers a popup menu of all included files specified in the current source file. Click to open. IncludePaths and relevant constants, like #PB_Compiler_Home are taken into account. The menu shows the file names without path, sorted (option).

If the cursor is on a line with an IncludeFile statement this file is opened directly (without showing the menu).

New features (ver 2.0x)
Evaluation of path expressions, like: #PB_Compiler_Home + "Projects\public".
User defined constant #IncludeFile can be used.
If the menu is sorted, two groups of files are listed, separated by a menu bar:
+ project related files (in directory or subdirectories of current file)
+ public files (elsewhere)

http://home.mnet-online.de/horst.muc/pb/
PB Source included

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Small tool to print hard copies of source code from the PureBasic IDE...

http://www.reelmedia.org/pureproject/ar ... rdcopy.zip

Simply add it as a tool to the IDE and you can quickly print using CTRL-P
Setup instructions are in the ZIP file.


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