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    Re: Which IDE are you all using?

    I know, I have used it and RegExr.com which is a great site for testing out an expression. My trouble is I haven't managed to get one to work which can spot Arrays. Doesn't sound like it should be...
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    Re: Which IDE are you all using?

    While there is some interest in this thread, are there any users out there who are familiar with regular expressions? Used originally in the PERL language and ported to many other languages, it...
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    Re: Which IDE are you all using?

    Not very original, its going to be called Proton Studio unless someone has a better suggestion.
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    Re: Which IDE are you all using?

    It will have Fuse Configurator, the Peripheral Pin Select and ISR wizard built in. I might be able to add an API in the future, I approached David Barker, the original IDE author if he was prepared...
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    Re: Which IDE are you all using?

    I hope Les isn't setting expectations too high, its the first time I have attempted to write an IDE and I don't have Dave Barker's skills.
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    Re: Which IDE are you all using?

    I am developing a new IDE which, I hope will be a more modern twist on the original IDE. It will include code folding, bookmarks etc and more...
    I have been working on this for some months now and...
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    Re: First attempt at using Preprocessor

    Yes its not very obvious but when you want $define to insert code over a number of lines you must finish each line with the comment symbol and you mustn't add any comments to those lines.
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    Question for Delphi programmers

    I am developing an application which I would like to support plugins in the way the Proton' IDE Plugin manager works. I have never build a DLL before and am trying to get an understanding of how it...
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    Re: First attempt at using Preprocessor

    The pre-processor is nothing to do with Library Manager. The preprocessor processes the source prior to compiling. I suggest you read the preprocessor sectiion of the manual, its really not that...
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    Re: 18f25k42 pps

    Just saying I didn't read your post before I sent my response.

    However, I have taken a look at the PPI files for the 18F25K42, there is no information about Peripheral Pin Mapping so I cant simple...
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    Re: 18f25k42 pps

    NO, I should have looked at the message more closely.
    I'll see if I can add 18Fs to the Wizard.
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    Re: 18f25k42 pps

    George - have you tried the PPS Wizard? It does more or less the same as the PPS tool but call Les's macros. and it can place it in your document.
  13. Thread: Macro questions

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    Re: Macro questions

    Its only available as part of the Library Manager Developers pack.
    I don't have time at present to publish it as a separate plugin I am afraid.
  14. johngb has just uploaded Proton Macro Generator Source Code!

    johngb has just uploaded Proton Macro Generator Source Code!

    For Delphi Developers out there, at Les's request, here is the entire source for the Proton Macro Generator.

    I have checked it on...
  15. Thread: Macro questions

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    Re: Macro questions

    I am happy to release it but the code is a bit messy as it was my first attempt at Delphi.

    I'll dig it out and try and publish it in the next few days.
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    Re: Macro questions

    If you want to play with macros you could try using the MacroGenerator wizard. I wrote it to save the labour of writing out long macros and to make life easier when using Library Manager. (BTW it...
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    Support for Les... a change of heart?

    I don't know how many people watch the Proton Facebook page, I for one don't but I do get the occasional notification when someone has posted. It appears that a PayPal account has been set up to...
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    Re: New error message in fuse configurator MK2

    I don't have time to check at the moment but check the PPI file for 18F46K80
    My guess is that it contains the same data as the 18F66K80. If they are different I will look at it further.
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    Re: New error message in fuse configurator MK2

    Glad you are sorted...
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    Re: Something has changed on the forum....

    George
    As far as I can see it is back to its former glory.
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    Re: Something has changed on the forum....

    Thanks, that looks a lot more familiar now.
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    Re: Something has changed on the forum....

    I assume Lester monitors this thread so hopefully we will get a resolution to these issues. next week.
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    Re: dsPic33FJ128GP802 Rx on portb.11

    Its just not practical to put all plugins on the toolbar.

    You could choose to add it to the toolbar by running the Plugin Editor and navigating to the file you want. Under the Plug Name box...
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    Re: dsPic33FJ128GP802 Rx on portb.11

    if you have installed it correctly you should see a list of plugins.
    Choose View, Plugin, JGB Tools, and you should see the peripheral Pin Select wizard

    Set the device in you active page to...
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    Re: Virtual treeview for Delpi

    This has been around for many years, the protonIDE uses it for the code explorer. Its far quicker and more flexible than tTreeView vcl but it does require quite a lot of code to drive it.
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    Re: UltraEdit adaption.

    Norm - I agree wholeheartedly with you - see my earlier post #16.
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    Re: Something has changed on the forum....

    Also tried on Edge, same result.
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    Re: UltraEdit adaption.

    Saving would be more complex; you would have to un-merge the included text from the open document and save any changes to the include file. Then you can do a straight forward save of the main...
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    Something has changed on the forum....

    Today I have noticed that quite a few people including me and Les have lost their avatars and I now have found I just have a very basic editor for composing with no means to add links or code etc and...
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    Re: UltraEdit adaption.

    That's fine as long you don't write code which has labels within a subroutine. If you have labels within a subroutine you will be collapsing odd bits of code and it will be very confusing top read....
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    Re: UltraEdit adaption.

    I agree, FL is a great IDE and I quite often use it particularly when I have lots of nested loops and if then's.
    Code folding in Basic has its limitations, in a structured language like VB or Pascal...
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    Re: UltraEdit adaption.

    With some work, you could do nearly all your wish list in UE. So far I have only scraped the surface of what you can do with UE. I also have to say that the UE user forum is very good when you need...
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    Re: UltraEdit adaption.

    I haven't noticed speed problems myself. I have Notepad++ which I use sometimes when working with ProtonIDE or Delphi. I use it more as a scratchpad. If you want to try out the new word file all...
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    Re: UltraEdit adaption.

    Now beginning to get to grips with Regular Expressions and have progressed quite a bit further...

    I now have a word file which includes an extended highlighter
    You can now set a Foreground,...
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    Re: Ram Variable Bytes 18F86J55

    I think it is horses for courses - Virtual Com is good for tinkering and development but for a product which connects to a PC I would opt for HID as it would inevitably interact with a custom...
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