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July 11, 2005
Re: blackbird - yet another eclipse D editor
Yes please. If yours is more complete than:
  http://www.prowiki.org/wiki4d/wiki.cgi?EditorSupport#TextPad

perhaps you should put yours in it's place.

Regan

On Mon, 11 Jul 2005 15:43:17 -0500, Julio César Carrascal  
<adnoctum@phreaker.net> wrote:

> My TextPad syntax file has alternate comment support since I wrote it a  
> couple of years ago. I'll post it if there's anyone interested.
>
>
> Victor Nakoryakov wrote:
>> Ilya Zaitseff wrote:
>>
>>> Syntax highlight and outline, nothing more for now.
>>> It uses ANTLR for parsing.
>>>
>>> Screenshot: http://sark7.nm.ru/stuff/blackbird_100.jpg
>>> Plugin with sources (including ANTLR grammar):   
>>> http://sark7.nm.ru/stuff/blackbird.zip
>>>
>>> Icons are from JDT/CDT <g>
>>> Main plugin ideas I take from dsource's eclipseD.
>>> Actually, it is my first Java, Eclipse, ANTLR project. <g>
>>   Yes! The first editor with correct /+ +/ comments highlighting :)
>>  2Sark7: Ты в аське то бываешь? А то она уже сто лет у меня в контакт  
>> листе висит, а в онлайне я тебя никогда не видел.
>>
July 13, 2005
Re: blackbird - yet another eclipse D editor
Quick ?: Does it need the JRE?

Ilya Zaitseff says...
>
>Syntax highlight and outline, nothing more for now.
>It uses ANTLR for parsing.
>
>Screenshot: http://sark7.nm.ru/stuff/blackbird_100.jpg
>Plugin with sources (including ANTLR grammar):  
>http://sark7.nm.ru/stuff/blackbird.zip
>
>Icons are from JDT/CDT <g>
>Main plugin ideas I take from dsource's eclipseD.
>Actually, it is my first Java, Eclipse, ANTLR project. <g>
July 13, 2005
Re: blackbird - yet another eclipse D editor
On Wed, 13 Jul 2005 14:04:45 +1100, jicman <jicman_member@pathlink.com>  
wrote:

>
> Quick ?: Does it need the JRE?

It is Eclipse plugin, so definitely yes <g>

>
> Ilya Zaitseff says...
>>
>> Syntax highlight and outline, nothing more for now.
>> It uses ANTLR for parsing.
>>
>> Screenshot: http://sark7.nm.ru/stuff/blackbird_100.jpg
>> Plugin with sources (including ANTLR grammar):
>> http://sark7.nm.ru/stuff/blackbird.zip
>>
>> Icons are from JDT/CDT <g>
>> Main plugin ideas I take from dsource's eclipseD.
>> Actually, it is my first Java, Eclipse, ANTLR project. <g>
>
>
July 13, 2005
Re: blackbird - yet another eclipse D editor
On Fri, 08 Jul 2005 15:21:59 +1100, Ilya Zaitseff wrote:

> Syntax highlight and outline, nothing more for now.
> It uses ANTLR for parsing.
> 
> Screenshot: http://sark7.nm.ru/stuff/blackbird_100.jpg
> Plugin with sources (including ANTLR grammar):  
> http://sark7.nm.ru/stuff/blackbird.zip
> 
> Icons are from JDT/CDT <g>
> Main plugin ideas I take from dsource's eclipseD.
> Actually, it is my first Java, Eclipse, ANTLR project. <g>

Nice.  Works fine on WinXP, but doesn't work on Linux.

Quits with error (on linux with eclipse 3.1, Sun Java 1.5):

"Unable to create this part due to an internal error. Reason for the
failure: The editor class could not be instantiated. This usually
indicates that the editor's class name was mistyped in plugin.xml."

"java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: blackbird.editor.DEditor "

accompanied by a long list of related methods...

This message is displayed in the area that's supposed to be the editor
view and occurs when I double click on a d source file from a project
located in the Package Explorer view.  I don't get this error on WinXP.

Also I noticed that CDT is a dependency for blackbird.  Did you
mention that anywhere?

-JJR
July 13, 2005
Re: blackbird - yet another eclipse D editor
On Tue, 12 Jul 2005 22:16:27 -0700, John Reimer wrote:
> Nice.  Works fine on WinXP, but doesn't work on Linux.
> 
> Quits with error (on linux with eclipse 3.1, Sun Java 1.5):
> 
> "Unable to create this part due to an internal error. Reason for the
> failure: The editor class could not be instantiated. This usually
> indicates that the editor's class name was mistyped in plugin.xml."
> 
> "java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: blackbird.editor.DEditor "
> 
> accompanied by a long list of related methods...
> 
> This message is displayed in the area that's supposed to be the editor
> view and occurs when I double click on a d source file from a project
> located in the Package Explorer view.  I don't get this error on WinXP.
> 
> Also I noticed that CDT is a dependency for blackbird.  Did you
> mention that anywhere?
> 
> -JJR

Figured it out...

On linux, blackbird.jar has no access privileges set by default when
unzipped to the plugin directory -- not even read access.  So one has to
chmod to activate "read" privileges on that file and then everything works
just fine.

-JJR
July 13, 2005
Re: blackbird - yet another eclipse D editor
On Wed, 13 Jul 2005 16:29:22 +1100, John Reimer <brk_6502@yahoo.com> wrote:

> On Tue, 12 Jul 2005 22:16:27 -0700, John Reimer wrote:
>> Nice.  Works fine on WinXP, but doesn't work on Linux.
>>
>> Quits with error (on linux with eclipse 3.1, Sun Java 1.5):
>>
>> "Unable to create this part due to an internal error. Reason for the
>> failure: The editor class could not be instantiated. This usually
>> indicates that the editor's class name was mistyped in plugin.xml."
>>
>> "java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: blackbird.editor.DEditor "
>>
>> accompanied by a long list of related methods...
>>
>> This message is displayed in the area that's supposed to be the editor
>> view and occurs when I double click on a d source file from a project
>> located in the Package Explorer view.  I don't get this error on WinXP.
>>
>> Also I noticed that CDT is a dependency for blackbird.  Did you
>> mention that anywhere?
>>
>> -JJR
>

Strange. I don't use CDT plugins in blackbird. Where you found such  
dependency?

> Figured it out...
>
> On linux, blackbird.jar has no access privileges set by default when
> unzipped to the plugin directory -- not even read access.  So one has to
> chmod to activate "read" privileges on that file and then everything  
> works
> just fine.
>
> -JJR

Thanks. I don't use linux, so I can test it only on WinXP.
Maybe I should add this to readme.
July 13, 2005
Re: blackbird - yet another eclipse D editor
> 
> Strange. I don't use CDT plugins in blackbird. Where you found such  
> dependency?
> 

I'm not sure why, but the blackbird plugin refused to work until I
installed the CDT plugin (WinXP).  I didn't do any careful tests to prove
why... after it worked only with CDT installed, I assumed that CDT was a
dependency that you hadn't mentioned.  Perhaps I did something
wrong, and there isn't a dependency... but I'm still not sure why I had
that problem.

>> Figured it out...
>>
>> On linux, blackbird.jar has no access privileges set by default when
>> unzipped to the plugin directory -- not even read access.  So one has to
>> chmod to activate "read" privileges on that file and then everything  
>> works
>> just fine.
>>
>> -JJR
> 
> Thanks. I don't use linux, so I can test it only on WinXP.
> Maybe I should add this to readme.

I'm not sure if there's a way to change the default access rights for the
file from windows for the package zip process.  The dmd.zip package
contents have always had a similar problem on linux.

A note in the readme would probably suffice for now.

-JJR
July 13, 2005
Re: blackbird - yet another eclipse D editor
John Reimer wrote:
>>Strange. I don't use CDT plugins in blackbird. Where you found such  
>>dependency?
>> 
> I'm not sure why, but the blackbird plugin refused to work until I
> installed the CDT plugin (WinXP).  I didn't do any careful tests to prove
> why... after it worked only with CDT installed, I assumed that CDT was a
> dependency that you hadn't mentioned.  Perhaps I did something
> wrong, and there isn't a dependency... but I'm still not sure why I had
> that problem.

I had reinstall eclipse from scratch with no plugins except included in 
distribution and right after that I installed blacbird. All works fine 
for me.

-- 
Victor (aka nail) Nakoryakov
nail-mail<at>mail<dot>ru

Krasnoznamensk, Moscow, Russia
July 14, 2005
Re: blackbird - yet another eclipse D editor
On Wed, 13 Jul 2005 23:49:41 +0400, Victor Nakoryakov wrote:

> John Reimer wrote:
>>>Strange. I don't use CDT plugins in blackbird. Where you found such  
>>>dependency?
>>> 
>> I'm not sure why, but the blackbird plugin refused to work until I
>> installed the CDT plugin (WinXP).  I didn't do any careful tests to prove
>> why... after it worked only with CDT installed, I assumed that CDT was a
>> dependency that you hadn't mentioned.  Perhaps I did something
>> wrong, and there isn't a dependency... but I'm still not sure why I had
>> that problem.
> 
> I had reinstall eclipse from scratch with no plugins except included in 
> distribution and right after that I installed blacbird. All works fine 
> for me.

Okay. Thanks. That's good to know.  The mistake must have been mine then.

-JJR
July 22, 2005
Re: blackbird - yet another eclipse D editor
Can blackbird show line number in the left side? I think it is very useful 
while locating errors.
I enabled this switch in Eclipse (General>Editors>Text Editors>Show line 
numbers), but nothing happened.



Thanks!

- Shawn

"Ilya Zaitseff" <sark7@mail333.com> 
says:op.stkuexbsaaezs2@ilya.tec.amursk.ru...
> Syntax highlight and outline, nothing more for now.
> It uses ANTLR for parsing.
>
> Screenshot: http://sark7.nm.ru/stuff/blackbird_100.jpg
> Plugin with sources (including ANTLR grammar): 
> http://sark7.nm.ru/stuff/blackbird.zip
>
> Icons are from JDT/CDT <g>
> Main plugin ideas I take from dsource's eclipseD.
> Actually, it is my first Java, Eclipse, ANTLR project. <g>
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