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Hi guys,
This ain't fresh news but around mid-August PureBasic 3.94 for Windows was released.
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That's what I'm using now

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I had a look into its new code editior - even if they added some nice and useful options (folding procedures when listing code etc.) it still doesnt reach the real power of the coe editior "jaPBe" for PureBasic: http://www.gpihome.de/purebasic/jaPBe/
The Author GLI did a "phenomenal" Job! He could offer it for non free and gaining money! As jaPBe makes coding much more easier. And the package comes with many uselful include-files where a lot of good functions are included. A specific include file can be included while compiling via the compiler options menue.
A little hint: If programming in PB you should prefer API processes if the same specific routine of PB you need exists in WinAPI.

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Karl, did you search in the Linux API for a filereading-command which can break the 2GB barrier? I think of course you did.
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http://www.gpihome.de/purebasic/jaPBe/
The Author GLI did a "phenomenal" Job!
You know, all this time I have programmed in PB, I have heard a lot of jaPBe, and I haven't even tested it
I think I should take a closer look
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Karl, did you search in the Linux API for a filereading-command which can break the 2GB barrier? I think of course you did.
Last time I tried, it didn't work.
As a matter of fact, I reported to Fred a bug in Linux file reading API, and he acknowledged that it was a bug. I haven't checked if he has fixed it.

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09-22-2005, 03:09 AM
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http://www.gpihome.de/purebasic/jaPBe/
The Author GLI did a "phenomenal" Job!
You know, all this time I have programmed in PB, I have heard a lot of jaPBe, and I haven't even tested it
I think I should take a closer look
YOU SHOULD!

Autofilling when entering PB commands or declarations, autofilling of variables names if the specific variable already has been declared, IDE tweaking etc etc etc etc etc etc
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