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"Projects" functionallity
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Author:  gtippery [ Wed Nov 16, 2005 6:31 pm ]
Post subject:  "Projects" functionallity

A more comprehensive (and harder) version of the "default directories" wish:

- Create, save, and load named "project files" for emulator that
will automatically load a list of (S-Record) files, set options,
breakpoints, etc.

- Assembler "projects" would basically load source files, and restore
saved options and a MRU files list.

Author:  lee [ Thu Nov 17, 2005 1:12 am ]
Post subject:  Re: "Projects" functionallity

gtippery wrote:
A more comprehensive (and harder) version of the "default directories" ...

Please don't. I start getting confused if I have more than one INCLUDE file. 8^)=

Lee.

Author:  gtippery [ Thu Nov 17, 2005 7:42 am ]
Post subject:  Re: "Projects" functionallity

lee wrote:
gtippery wrote:
A more comprehensive (and harder) version of the "default directories" ...

Please don't. I start getting confused if I have more than one INCLUDE file. 8^)=

Lee.


OK, now I'm confused. "Don't" do what? Suggest more than one thing? Refer to another post? ??

The point (well, one of the main points) of a "project" file is to avoid manually keeping track of INCLUDEs and the like. You open the files you want to usually use with that project, "save as .. project" (or equivalent) and next time they're automagically opened for you.

Isn't this what BCB does? I'm more familiar with Delphi.

Author:  profkelly [ Thu Nov 17, 2005 8:59 pm ]
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I understand what you are asking for. BCB has the option to save the editor environment so the next time you run BCB all of the files you were last working on are automatically opened.

EASy68K was designed to be used in an educational environment where remembering what the previous user was doing is a feature we don't want. I'll give it some thought.

Author:  gtippery [ Fri Nov 18, 2005 4:07 am ]
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profkelly wrote:
EASy68K was designed to be used in an educational environment where remembering what the previous user was doing is a feature we don't want. I'll give it some thought.


OTOH, saving & loading named project files might be just what you do want in that environment. They could even be saved to a personal floppy or USB flash drive.

Author:  ABeakyboy [ Sat Nov 26, 2005 3:09 pm ]
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Hmmm, well you could make it default to not making a project file, but would do so if you asked it to. If you loaded a project file, the editor would remember to save it, but if you created a new source file without actually loading/creating a project file, it would just default to normal operation......


I could implement this, it wouldn't be that hard I think.

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