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February 26, 2007
Re: eDitor 0.4 released
Tom wrote:

> For some reason, I'm unable to follow the link you provided. All I get
> is a blank web page. Odd.
> 
> Tom;
> 

Very odd indeed.. It's a pure HTML page, so that shouldn't be the problem.

How about: http://brix-verden.dk/d or http://brix-verden.dk ?

- Brix
February 26, 2007
eDitor 0.42 released
Here is the promised bugfix release for eDitor.

Changes (0.41 to 0.42)
Features:
  * Made an option to set T as D keyword (for syntax highlight).
Bugfixes:
  * Documentation for Phobos thread wasn't generated correctly.

Get it here: http://brix-verden.dk/d/editor.html

- Brix
February 26, 2007
Re: eDitor 0.4 released
I can resolve the IP address but can't even ping you. WTF?!

Maybe some firewall/restriction between us?
Never happened to me before.

Tom;

Thomas Brix Larsen escribió:
> Tom wrote:
> 
>> For some reason, I'm unable to follow the link you provided. All I get
>> is a blank web page. Odd.
>>
>> Tom;
>>
> 
> Very odd indeed.. It's a pure HTML page, so that shouldn't be the problem.
> 
> How about: http://brix-verden.dk/d or http://brix-verden.dk ?
> 
> - Brix
>
February 27, 2007
Re: eDitor 0.4 released
Tom wrote:
> Thomas Brix Larsen escribió:
>> Tom wrote:
>> 
>>> For some reason, I'm unable to follow the link you provided. All I get
>>> is a blank web page. Odd.
>>>
>>> Tom;
>>>
>> 
>> Very odd indeed.. It's a pure HTML page, so that shouldn't be the
>> problem.
>> 
>> How about: http://brix-verden.dk/d or http://brix-verden.dk ?
>> 
>> - Brix
>>
> I can resolve the IP address but can't even ping you. WTF?!
> 
> Maybe some firewall/restriction between us?
> Never happened to me before.
> 
> Tom;
> 

My site is placed at the Servage cluster in Germany, http://servage.net,
there should be no trouble connecting to it from anywhere in the world.

Though they may have banned your IP/range for some reason...

- Brix
February 27, 2007
Re: eDitor 0.4 released
Thomas Brix Larsen escribió:
> Tom wrote:
>> Thomas Brix Larsen escribió:
>>> Tom wrote:
>>>
>>>> For some reason, I'm unable to follow the link you provided. All I get
>>>> is a blank web page. Odd.
>>>>
>>>> Tom;
>>>>
>>> Very odd indeed.. It's a pure HTML page, so that shouldn't be the
>>> problem.
>>>
>>> How about: http://brix-verden.dk/d or http://brix-verden.dk ?
>>>
>>> - Brix
>>>
>> I can resolve the IP address but can't even ping you. WTF?!
>>
>> Maybe some firewall/restriction between us?
>> Never happened to me before.
>>
>> Tom;
>>
> 
> My site is placed at the Servage cluster in Germany, http://servage.net,
> there should be no trouble connecting to it from anywhere in the world.
> 
> Though they may have banned your IP/range for some reason...
> 
> - Brix
> 

Yap, looks like that. My girlfriend has a different ISP and she surfed 
the page without problems. I'll ask her to forward me the package.

Regards,

Tom;
February 27, 2007
Re: eDitor 0.42 released
Could you make it work with Ddbg? That would be cool!

vtp

Thomas Brix Larsen wrote:
> Here is the promised bugfix release for eDitor.
> 
> Changes (0.41 to 0.42)
> Features:
>    * Made an option to set T as D keyword (for syntax highlight).
> Bugfixes:
>    * Documentation for Phobos thread wasn't generated correctly.
> 
> Get it here: http://brix-verden.dk/d/editor.html
> 
> - Brix
>
February 27, 2007
Re: eDitor 0.42 released
vanh wrote:

> Thomas Brix Larsen wrote:
>> Here is the promised bugfix release for eDitor.
>> 
>> Changes (0.41 to 0.42)
>> Features:
>>    * Made an option to set T as D keyword (for syntax highlight).
>> Bugfixes:
>>    * Documentation for Phobos thread wasn't generated correctly.
>> 
>> Get it here: http://brix-verden.dk/d/editor.html
>> 
>> - Brix
>>
> Could you make it work with Ddbg? That would be cool!
> 
> vtp
> 

Seeing as Ddbg is Windows-only, that won't happen.

Though I'll probally add support for some crossplatform debugger in the
future.

- Brix
February 27, 2007
Re: eDitor 0.42 released
by adding GDB CLI support, you effectively add cross platform debugging
and also integrate Ddbg

Thomas Brix Larsen wrote:
> vanh wrote:
> 
>> Thomas Brix Larsen wrote:
>>> Here is the promised bugfix release for eDitor.
>>>
>>> Changes (0.41 to 0.42)
>>> Features:
>>>    * Made an option to set T as D keyword (for syntax highlight).
>>> Bugfixes:
>>>    * Documentation for Phobos thread wasn't generated correctly.
>>>
>>> Get it here: http://brix-verden.dk/d/editor.html
>>>
>>> - Brix
>>>
>> Could you make it work with Ddbg? That would be cool!
>>
>> vtp
>>
> 
> Seeing as Ddbg is Windows-only, that won't happen.
> 
> Though I'll probally add support for some crossplatform debugger in the
> future.
> 
> - Brix
>
February 27, 2007
Re: eDitor 0.42 released
Jascha Wetzel wrote:
> Thomas Brix Larsen wrote:
>> vanh wrote:
>> 
>>> Could you make it work with Ddbg? That would be cool!
>>>
>>> vtp
>>>
>> 
>> Seeing as Ddbg is Windows-only, that won't happen.
>> 
>> Though I'll probally add support for some crossplatform debugger in the
>> future.
>> 
>> - Brix
>>
> by adding GDB CLI support, you effectively add cross platform debugging
> and also integrate Ddbg
> 

So Ddbg will give the same output as GDB if supplied with a GDB command?

What about support for GDB/MI?

- Brix
February 27, 2007
Re: eDitor 0.42 released
if Ddbg's filename contains "gdb", it switches to GDB emulation. it
mimics the GDB CLI just enough such that Code::Blocks is happy with it.
unfortunately C::B doesn't use GDB/MI.
if there is enough demand for it, i'll make sure Ddbg's emulation works
with other GUIs as well (e.g. add GDB/MI if necessary). i'd like to keep
the number of different CLIs as small as possible, though, since they
all need to be maintained.

Thomas Brix Larsen wrote:
> Jascha Wetzel wrote:
>> Thomas Brix Larsen wrote:
>>> vanh wrote:
>>>
>>>> Could you make it work with Ddbg? That would be cool!
>>>>
>>>> vtp
>>>>
>>> Seeing as Ddbg is Windows-only, that won't happen.
>>>
>>> Though I'll probally add support for some crossplatform debugger in the
>>> future.
>>>
>>> - Brix
>>>
>> by adding GDB CLI support, you effectively add cross platform debugging
>> and also integrate Ddbg
>>
> 
> So Ddbg will give the same output as GDB if supplied with a GDB command?
> 
> What about support for GDB/MI?
> 
> - Brix
>
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