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Re: Mac IDE
« Reply #60 on: 2010-May-10 »
downloaded the new file?

updated all links in uhm 1 min :D
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Re: Mac IDE
« Reply #61 on: 2010-May-10 »
Downloading again from the link above... now!  ;)
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Re: Mac IDE
« Reply #62 on: 2010-May-10 »
Still the same for me, can anyone else confirm?

I gotta pop out for an hour, I'll re-test when I get back Truci.

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Re: Mac IDE
« Reply #63 on: 2010-May-10 »
Hmm let me know if youre back, come to chat i will see with teamviewer.

works here on fresh installed macbook pro!
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Re: Mac IDE
« Reply #64 on: 2010-May-10 »
I can now get the editor running and save. But when you click on compile it does nothing.
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Re: Mac IDE
« Reply #65 on: 2010-May-10 »
have you icq, msn or something?
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Re: Mac IDE
« Reply #66 on: 2010-May-10 »
Truci, unfortunately I have to sign off for now as I off to a rugby match.  ;/ If this is not solved we can try again tomorrow if you want?
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Re: Mac IDE
« Reply #67 on: 2010-May-10 »
OK, back, I am downloading the new one now (kids are home, bang goes my bandwidth :P)...
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Re: Mac IDE
« Reply #68 on: 2010-May-10 »
Nope no luck, same as before.

May I suggest you add a program run log?

By this, I mean a line of text is written to a file, when your main subs are called on first program run.

E.G.

"Initialised Fonts"
"Set up ToolBar"
"Initialised Scintilla"
etc...

Then you could see where its not working with me.

...Grabbing dinner, be back in 20

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Re: Mac IDE
« Reply #69 on: 2010-May-10 »
i need to see in TeamViewer please join chat and i will help you
thanks

EDIT:// I cant create output like this, it loads from NIB.
i think its only a nil value or something. Let have me a look please.
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Re: Mac IDE
« Reply #70 on: 2010-May-10 »
Moved download link to first post.
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Re: Mac IDE
« Reply #71 on: 2010-May-10 »
runs fine here  MM 2,26    osx 10.6.2

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Re: Mac IDE
« Reply #72 on: 2010-May-10 »
Good to see another successful user, well I will try again later, kids need some attention.
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Re: Mac IDE
« Reply #73 on: 2010-May-10 »
added some debug things in last build (first post)
if you run it from GLBasicEditor.app/Contents/MacOS/ you will see it in terminal window. post output if its crashing.
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Re: Mac IDE
« Reply #74 on: 2010-May-10 »
OK, its working now and very nice indeed, well done Truci!  :good:

BTW, seems it does not like being run from a networked drive.  ::)
Cheers,

Ian.

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