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Agletm2cubic

Description: Integration of Modula-2 into CubicIDE
Download: agletm2cubic.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 529kb
Version: 0.3
Date: 13 Feb 10
Author: Frank Ruthe
Submitter: Frank Ruthe
Email: frank/ruthe info
Requirements: AgletM2PPC.lha, CubicIDE/GoldED 8
Category: development/ide
Replaces: development/ide/agletm2cubic.lha
License: Freeware
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 5348
 
 
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Integration of Modula-2 into CubicIDE (AgletM2PPC.lha, CubicIDE/GoldED 8)

While playing with Tom Breedens PPC native Modula-2 enviroment I really missed
integration to CubicIDE. So I generated some new files for a *slightly* better
IDE integration. You need Toms AgletM2 PPC port and his GoldED Modula-2
dictionaries and guide files.

Files:
------

This files were used for setting up CubicIDE:

M2-reserved                 (part of Toms AgletM2 package)
M2-tokens                   (part of Toms AgletM2 package)
HelloWorld.mod              (part of Toms AgletM2 package)
AgletM2PPC.guide            (part of Toms AgletM2 package)

generic.parser              (already part of CubicIDE)
modula-2.browser            (already part of CubicIDE)

explorer.config             (this archive)
textbar.config              (this archive)
modula-2.syntax             (this archive)
modula-2.dictionary         (this archive)
modula-2.structure          (this archive)
modula-2.context            (this archive)
modula-2.api                (this archive)

IMPORTANT (and unimportant) Remarks:
------------------------------------

- Make a backup copy of your "GoldED:etc/registry/presets/#?" first!
- You're using this files and installation tips at your own risk!
- It has the potential to break your current CubicIDE installation!
- This is quite a "hot hack" - of course the integration into the CubicIDE can
be much better.
- The AgletM2PPC package should be installed first.

Installation:
-------------

You should copy this files to the following places in your CubicIDE
installation:

GoldED:add-ons/Modula2/Syntax/Dictionaries/M2-reserved
GoldED:add-ons/Modula2/Syntax/Dictionaries/M2-tokens
GoldED:add-ons/Modula2/examples/HelloWorld.mod

GoldED:add-ons/Modula2/etc/explorer.config
GoldED:add-ons/Modula2/etc/textbar.config
GoldED:etc/registry/presets/modula-2.syntax
GoldED:etc/registry/presets/modula-2.dictionary
GoldED:etc/registry/presets/modula-2.structure
GoldED:etc/registry/presets/modula-2.context
GoldED:etc/registry/presets/modula-2.api

Your Aglet Modula-2 installation should have made an assign to "agv3:". We need
the AgletM2PPC.guide in

agv3:Docs/AgletM2PPC.guide

If you copied this guide file somewhere else, you have to edit the pathes in
"textbar.config" manually (see above).

Setting up GoldED to use this presets is not trivial, so I included some
screenshots of my installation for help. 

1. Add a new filetype named "Modula-2".                                   (see:
001_main_filetype.png)
2. Define an activation rule, here I used "#?.(mod|m2|def)".              (see:
001_main_filetype.png)
3. Add a dictionary - just select "modula-2.dictionary".                  (see:
002_dictionary.png)
4. Add a structure - just select "modula-2.structure".                    (see:
003_structure.png)
5. Add a context - select "modula-2.context".                             (see:
004_context.png)
6. Add a plug-in - select "modula-2.api"                                  (see:
00?_api_?.png)
7. Add a syntax highlighting scheme - select "modula-2.syntax".           (see:
00?_syntax_?.png)
8. Save all and load a Modula-2 source, voilá.                            (see:
000_CubicIDE_GoldED8.M2.png)

9. For those who would like to have an additional entry in the toolbar for
manual selection of the filetype "Modula-2":
In Settings navigate to filetype "TEXT", go to the
toolbars/standard/Buttons/toolbar-drop-caret section, duplicate one of the
entries (i.e. Lisp), rename it to "Modula-2" and alter the "SET" command to your
activation rule (here: ".m2", see step 2. above), save, that's it.
(see: 015_standard_gadgets.png)

Versions:
---------

0.1 (20. Dec. 2009)
 - initial release.

0.2 (21. Dec. 2009)
 - some more syntax highlight definitions, rudimentary context handling, english
   language screenshots, basic explorer and textbar api configuration.

0.3 (13. Feb. 2010)
 - corrected some typos/errors and added here and there further bits to the
   configuration (Thanks to Tom!)
 - added some maybe useful icons, inspired by the older/smaller OS4.1 style.
 - added .dummy files to preserve archived drawer structure.

---------

Any comments, suggestions and complaints?
-> frank/ruthe info 


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