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PostPosted: Wed Aug 19, 2020 8:25 am 
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Where are we going? What are we waiting for? When are we going to wait for this?
And How can we (the community) help in developing purebasic for linux?

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What do you mean? Purebasic is working good on Linux. Well, except the IDE still has some bugs.

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And there are many more, many open-ended questions that have no answers and the impression that they will not be in the near future.

NicTheQuick wrote:
... Purebasic is working good on Linux. ...

Absolutely right, but the question is which version of purebasic is in which linux distribution.

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Simple Install Link: viewtopic.php?f=15&t=74875

Some PB-IDE Bugfixes Link: viewtopic.php?f=23&t=75367

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mk-soft wrote:
Simple Install Link: viewtopic.php?f=15&t=74875 ...


Subsystem qt
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sudo apt-get install qtbase5-dev qttools5-dev qtmultimedia5-dev qtdeclarative5-dev libqt5svg5-dev libqt5webkit5-dev libqt5multimedia5-plugins


As long as it's not in readme and checkinstall, I take it as an experiment with no guarantees of normal operation.
And the prospects for development and maintenance in the future are not clear.

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I wasn't waiting for an answer.
Will there be no more support or later?
I understand all the difficulties associated with the diversity of the linux ecosystem, but there is not enough OFFICIAL information from Fantaisie Software about what is supported now and what will be in the future.

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NicTheQuick wrote:
What do you mean? Purebasic is working good on Linux. Well, except the IDE still has some bugs.

And the earth is a disk !
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Bleating goat ... :mrgreen:

With my bug fixed IDE under Linux it works very well for me.
Autocompletion works again. No more crashes because of the Procedure Browser.

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Take a look at the bug thread.
Not even ResizeImage works in 5.72, your GUI fix won't help there either.
But sure, you can solve (almost) everything with workarounds.
But not everyone has the time and desire to spend a few hours first to get something going. :oops:

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That's right. But all my own already works very well.
That some bugs are not fixed yet is a bit annoying.

The CopyImage bug is a bit annoying. But I solved it so that the Image LIB from v5.71 is used.
Link: viewtopic.php?f=23&t=75060#p552405

The update folder of Purebasic should be reactivated and bug fixes should be available again immediately.

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Most of my software does not run.
I myself think subsystem qt is the best for the future.
With gtk3 you do not know today what will be different tomorrow.
I also don't know why such capital bugs are not removed right away.

When I am testing software, as sample, under qt, I get stuck quickly.
Then I have to make the fixes for each code.
This is too much for me, it is frustrating and annoying and costs a lot of time.
So I wait for the 5.73 and see how far I get then.
But with this the bugs are dragged out again half a year or many longer.

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I suggest that we work together to create a list of fully supported, partially supported and unsupported distributions.
As well as several checkinstall.sh taking into account the peculiarities of different distributions.

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I suggest that we work together to create a list of fully supported, partially supported and unsupported distributions.
As well as several checkinstall.sh taking into account the peculiarities of different distributions.


That's why i started this purebasic linux installer project.

In the end, you simply call a single command and select for which environment you want to create binaries and press the install button. It detects the running linux distribution, deals with 32 and 64bit systems, supports gtk2/3, qt and textmode, automatically detects and uses the "best" available UI (so on most current systems the user gets a graphical popup as they would "expect" on windows) and is fully free (GPL 4 license).

But there was nearly no interest. I guess those who need it (new potential purebasic users), will not find it and the experienced purebasic users don't need it. It can deal with a multitude of linux distributions and is even prepared to handle FreeBSD or Android, should they ever get supported by purebasic.

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