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Re: Re: BIG BUG in gb 1.9.19

fidjones
yeah, and if you modify a property in the property's panel and press enter
in raise error also.

But workspace works again thanks Benoit a lot of kisses......

> I used your fix fabien but if you right click on a control to edit the
> propertys i get the scan error.
>
> Ohhh well ill go back to 1.9.18 :)
>
>
> On 9/1/05, Fabien Bodard <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>>
>> Hi, this is the soluce :)
>>
>>
>> for that :
>>
>> This application has raised an unexpected error and must abord
>>
>>
>> [2]Cannot load class 'FEditor': unable to load class file.
>> FOption._init.13
>>
>>
>>
>> Replace in
>>
>>
>> gambas2-1.9.19/app/src/gambas2
>>
>> the file
>>
>> FEditor.class
>> By the one put in attachement
>>
>>
>> Regards, Fabien Bodard
>>
>>
>>
>> Benoit, when you create a new KeyWord... (Scan) Make a seach in your
>> old code to know if you don't use it !   ;-)
>>
>> It's a jock but it's the real cause of the error
>>
>>
>> You make a really good job !
>>
>>
>> Regards,
>> Fabien Bodard
>>
>>
>>
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Re: Re: BIG BUG in gb 1.9.19

danielcampos
Hi all:

I recommend to not use Gambas-1.9.19, the IDE is absolutely broken, even using Fabien's patch. Keep Gambas-1.9.18 in safe place!

I think it is moment to stop that run to nowhere at full speed, and leave time to fix all that is done in developement version. It is full of bugs, and each time it is more difficult to collaborate in the project with that continous changes without having any tool like cvs or subversion. No way to continue improving things in that way, I can not guess every time what will be the next change that will break all! :-((


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Re: Re: BIG BUG in gb 1.9.19

Benoît Minisini
On Friday 02 September 2005 12:38, [hidden email] wrote:

> Hi all:
>
> I recommend to not use Gambas-1.9.19, the IDE is absolutely broken, even
> using Fabien's patch. Keep Gambas-1.9.18 in safe place!
>
> I think it is moment to stop that run to nowhere at full speed, and leave
> time to fix all that is done in developement version. It is full of bugs,
> and each time it is more difficult to collaborate in the project with that
> continous changes without having any tool like cvs or subversion. No way to
> continue improving things in that way, I can not guess every time what will
> be the next change that will break all! :-((
>
>
> Regards,
>
> Daniel Campos
>

I apologize for the broken development package. The break was caused by The
SCAN instruction I added at the last time - Something that *never* be done,
as you noticed.

Moreover, I added this instruction for a test, I don't really need it at the
moment... It is related to the implementation of something like the 'ByRef'
VB keyword.

If you find that I run to nowhere at full speed, maybe it is because you don't
understand, mainly because I don't explain each step clearly. So please ask
questions and tell me when you want to know why I do that, and why I don't do
that, and so on...

All this information actually exists, but in different places: the slides i
made for the FOSDEM, the freemind roadmap on the web site, some notes in the
wiki...

If you find the development version full of bugs, please tell me. Generally, I
fix them when they are told me.

As for CVS/Subversion, I know that this is needed. There are only two
problems:

- I never took the time to learn CVS/Subversion, and I don't have any time at
the moment... :-(

- We must be able to put binary files, and I read that CVS can't deal with
that. And Sourceforge only provides CVS, no Subversion.

But if anybody having the knowledge makes a Subversion for gambas, no problem!
I will use it... And if the guy could add a bugzilla, this will be
perfect :-)

It just a matter of time, and having a server plugged on the internet.

Two things that I don't have at the moment. Next year should be better!

I will try to fix the packages tomorrow morning. Tomorrow evening, I am in
Paris, and without Internet connection :-(

Regards,

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Re: Re: BIG BUG in gb 1.9.19

Primorec-2


On 9/3/05, Benoit Minisini <[hidden email]> wrote:

As for CVS/Subversion, I know that this is needed. There are only two
problems:

- I never took the time to learn CVS/Subversion, and I don't have any time at
the moment... :-(

- We must be able to put binary files, and I read that CVS can't deal with
that. And Sourceforge only provides CVS, no Subversion.

You CAN add binaries to the CVS repository...  Check this link

http://w4.lns.cornell.edu/public/COMP/info/cvs/cvs_9.html

Regards

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Re: Re: BIG BUG in gb 1.9.19

Heinz Sporn
In reply to this post by Benoît Minisini
Am Samstag, den 03.09.2005, 16:02 +0200 schrieb Benoit Minisini:

> On Friday 02 September 2005 12:38, [hidden email] wrote:
> > Hi all:
> >
> > I recommend to not use Gambas-1.9.19, the IDE is absolutely broken, even
> > using Fabien's patch. Keep Gambas-1.9.18 in safe place!
> >
> > I think it is moment to stop that run to nowhere at full speed, and leave
> > time to fix all that is done in developement version. It is full of bugs,
> > and each time it is more difficult to collaborate in the project with that
> > continous changes without having any tool like cvs or subversion. No way to
> > continue improving things in that way, I can not guess every time what will
> > be the next change that will break all! :-((

I am just a very interessted listener to this list. But I have to say
Daniel that you found rather harsh words here. Please bear in mind that
this terrifc piece of software is the result of an OpenSource project
for crying out loud. Done by less than a handful of people who don't get
paid for this. Non-constructive critisism does really not help them.
Neither does ranting and barking: "It's full of bugs"

I suggest you help those guys telling them what exactly you think is
wrong. Or better: why don't YOU put CVS/Subversion on track and therby
contribute something nice to the project.

> >
> >
> > Regards,
> >
> > Daniel Campos
> >
>
> I apologize for the broken development package. The break was caused by The
> SCAN instruction I added at the last time - Something that *never* be done,
> as you noticed.
>
> Moreover, I added this instruction for a test, I don't really need it at the
> moment... It is related to the implementation of something like the 'ByRef'
> VB keyword.
>
> If you find that I run to nowhere at full speed, maybe it is because you don't
> understand, mainly because I don't explain each step clearly. So please ask
> questions and tell me when you want to know why I do that, and why I don't do
> that, and so on...
>
> All this information actually exists, but in different places: the slides i
> made for the FOSDEM, the freemind roadmap on the web site, some notes in the
> wiki...
>
> If you find the development version full of bugs, please tell me. Generally, I
> fix them when they are told me.
>
> As for CVS/Subversion, I know that this is needed. There are only two
> problems:
>
> - I never took the time to learn CVS/Subversion, and I don't have any time at
> the moment... :-(
>
> - We must be able to put binary files, and I read that CVS can't deal with
> that. And Sourceforge only provides CVS, no Subversion.
>
> But if anybody having the knowledge makes a Subversion for gambas, no problem!
> I will use it... And if the guy could add a bugzilla, this will be
> perfect :-)
>
> It just a matter of time, and having a server plugged on the internet.
>
> Two things that I don't have at the moment. Next year should be better!
>
> I will try to fix the packages tomorrow morning. Tomorrow evening, I am in
> Paris, and without Internet connection :-(
>
> Regards,
>
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Re: Re: BIG BUG in gb 1.9.19

Fabien Bodard
Le Lundi 05 Septembre 2005 10:03, Heinz Sporn a écrit :

> Am Samstag, den 03.09.2005, 16:02 +0200 schrieb Benoit Minisini:
> > On Friday 02 September 2005 12:38, [hidden email] wrote:
> > > Hi all:
> > >
> > > I recommend to not use Gambas-1.9.19, the IDE is absolutely broken,
> > > even using Fabien's patch. Keep Gambas-1.9.18 in safe place!
> > >
> > > I think it is moment to stop that run to nowhere at full speed, and
> > > leave time to fix all that is done in developement version. It is full
> > > of bugs, and each time it is more difficult to collaborate in the
> > > project with that continous changes without having any tool like cvs or
> > > subversion. No way to continue improving things in that way, I can not
> > > guess every time what will be the next change that will break all! :-((
>
> I am just a very interessted listener to this list. But I have to say
> Daniel that you found rather harsh words here. Please bear in mind that
> this terrifc piece of software is the result of an OpenSource project
> for crying out loud. Done by less than a handful of people who don't get
> paid for this. Non-constructive critisism does really not help them.
> Neither does ranting and barking: "It's full of bugs"
>
> I suggest you help those guys telling them what exactly you think is
> wrong. Or better: why don't YOU put CVS/Subversion on track and therby
> contribute something nice to the project.

Maybe i'm in bad way but it seem that you don't know who is Daniel Campos !

When you say him to contribute on something nice on the project... Look at
what you have done and at what he have done !

Daniel is the writer of the gtk component, the gb.net component, v4l component
and so on... he help on the maintain of the debian package too and traduce
the doc to spanish..; does he need to do more ?

So, when this man talk about problem on debug... it's generaly true...
I'm just agree about harsh word !... but mabe was he tired or on a bad moon...

Regards,
Fabien Bodard






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Re: Re: BIG BUG in gb 1.9.19 [SORRY]

Heinz Sporn
Am Montag, den 05.09.2005, 13:44 +0200 schrieb Fabien Bodard:

> Le Lundi 05 Septembre 2005 10:03, Heinz Sporn a écrit :
> > Am Samstag, den 03.09.2005, 16:02 +0200 schrieb Benoit Minisini:
> > > On Friday 02 September 2005 12:38, [hidden email] wrote:
> > > > Hi all:
> > > >
> > > > I recommend to not use Gambas-1.9.19, the IDE is absolutely broken,
> > > > even using Fabien's patch. Keep Gambas-1.9.18 in safe place!
> > > >
> > > > I think it is moment to stop that run to nowhere at full speed, and
> > > > leave time to fix all that is done in developement version. It is full
> > > > of bugs, and each time it is more difficult to collaborate in the
> > > > project with that continous changes without having any tool like cvs or
> > > > subversion. No way to continue improving things in that way, I can not
> > > > guess every time what will be the next change that will break all! :-((
> >
> > I am just a very interessted listener to this list. But I have to say
> > Daniel that you found rather harsh words here. Please bear in mind that
> > this terrifc piece of software is the result of an OpenSource project
> > for crying out loud. Done by less than a handful of people who don't get
> > paid for this. Non-constructive critisism does really not help them.
> > Neither does ranting and barking: "It's full of bugs"
> >
> > I suggest you help those guys telling them what exactly you think is
> > wrong. Or better: why don't YOU put CVS/Subversion on track and therby
> > contribute something nice to the project.
>
> Maybe i'm in bad way but it seem that you don't know who is Daniel Campos !

You suggestion is right. Unfortunately I did not know him. So I guess
it's my turn to apologize. I really thought he was another VB geek on a
terrible rant ;-)

> When you say him to contribute on something nice on the project... Look at
> what you have done and at what he have done !
>
> Daniel is the writer of the gtk component, the gb.net component, v4l component
> and so on... he help on the maintain of the debian package too and traduce
> the doc to spanish..; does he need to do more ?
>
> So, when this man talk about problem on debug... it's generaly true...
> I'm just agree about harsh word !... but mabe was he tired or on a bad moon...
>
> Regards,
> Fabien Bodard
>
>
>
>
>
>
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