Harbour MiniGUI IDE 2.5.7:

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Harbour MiniGUI IDE 2.5.7:

Post by Roberto Lopez » Sun Aug 17, 2008 1:10 am

Harbour MiniGUI IDE 2.5.7:

English:

- Fixed: Resources correctly updated prior build. Reported By Juan
Rendon.

- Fixed: Problems with project ispector when no project is open.

- Changed: Interface (Minor changes). New keyborad shortcuts.

Español:

- Solucionado: Los recursos son actualizads correctamente antes
de la compilación.

- Solucionado: Problemas con el ispector de objetos cuando no hay
un proyecto abierto.

- Modificado: Interfase (Cambios menores). Nuevos atajos de teclado.

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Post by Pete-WG » Mon Aug 18, 2008 1:08 pm

Roberto Lopez wrote:Harbour MiniGUI IDE 2.5.7:

- Fixed: Resources correctly updated prior build. Reported By Juan
Rendon.

- Fixed: Problems with project ispector when no project is open.

- Changed: Interface (Minor changes). New keyborad shortcuts.
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Roberto.
Is it possible, during installation of new releases/updates , to not override the (potentially modified) IDE's configuration file?
I think it's quite inconvenient, every time we have to install a new release, to lose our specific settings/preferences and have to reset them again and again..


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Post by Roberto Lopez » Mon Aug 18, 2008 4:18 pm

Pete-WG wrote:
Roberto Lopez wrote:Harbour MiniGUI IDE 2.5.7:

- Fixed: Resources correctly updated prior build. Reported By Juan
Rendon.

- Fixed: Problems with project ispector when no project is open.

- Changed: Interface (Minor changes). New keyborad shortcuts.
.....
Roberto.
Is it possible, during installation of new releases/updates , to not override the (potentially modified) IDE's configuration file?
I think it's quite inconvenient, every time we have to install a new release, to lose our specific settings/preferences and have to reset them again and again..


Thanks,


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Ok. I'll work on that.

Regards,

Roberto.
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Post by esgici » Mon Aug 18, 2008 4:48 pm

Pete-WG wrote:
... to not override the (potentially modified) IDE's configuration file?
Hi Pete

Don't tire our master :)

HMG is a rapidly growning project. Everything may will change, even structure of configuration file.
I think it's quite inconvenient, every time we have to install a new release, to lose our specific settings/preferences and have to reset them again and again..
Simply copy .cfg file to another place before, and restore after installing.

Even is this inconvenient for you ?

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Post by Pete-WG » Mon Aug 18, 2008 5:42 pm

esgici wrote: Hi Pete
Don't tire our master :)
I must admit, I have had ignored this critical point. To be tiresome for the master, is a serious crime, (for every possible value of mastership..)
With all my sadness, I declare myself "guilty" and desperately i beg your mercy. :(
Simply copy .cfg file to another place before, and restore after installing.
Even is this inconvenient for you ?
Thanks, this is a good idea, and no, it is not inconvenient for me to do it, that is, to have a backup of my .cfg file and do an overwrite of the overwrite. However, I continue to believe that is a quality matter for software to not overwrite things during installation.

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Post by esgici » Mon Aug 18, 2008 7:13 pm

Pete-WG wrote:...
No need for allusions, implications. Everyone doesn't obliged to have a language skill as high as yours. Be honest and polite, sufficient.

You haven't right to make fun of any insufficiency of anyone.

Again, if you have any problem with me please let me know. Here not a good place for personal competitions.

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