|[Files] GoldED Studio AIX - TRIAL VERSION||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 20-Aug-2002 18:30 GMT by Dietmar Eilert||11 comments|
GoldED Studio AIX (Aug/2002): The first trial version of GoldED Studio AIX is available for downloading now. It is fully functional if used with small documents: texts can be loaded, edited and saved.
GoldED Studio AIX
TRIAL VERSION RELEASED|
This trial package replaces earlier beta versions (which had no save function). It brings the freely downloadable version up to the state of the current commercial release, ie. it ships with the all-new installer add-on and a highly improved C/C++ mode, now supporting multiple compilers, multiple makefiles and make targets.
The current archive size is 10 MB. Due to internet traffic and FTP space restraints, some add-ons are not included with the trial version. Specifically, Joyce spell checking is not included (10 MB+). A complete
trial version will be available on CD-ROM in the near future.</i>
Download GoldED Studio AIX
GoldED Studio AIX Support
About this software: GoldED Studio AIX is a complete editor environment for AmigaOS3 computers. The package comes with the editor "GoldED", the HTML-editing environment "Webworld", the spell checking package
"Joyce", Roget's Thesaurus from Project Gutenberg and an integrated C/C++ development environment for SAS/C, vbcc, StormC and other C/C++ compilers.
Available on CD-ROM/CD-R for AmigaOS3.
|GoldED Studio AIX - TRIAL VERSION : Comment 1 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by IanG on 20-Aug-2002 20:18 GMT|
|A question to Dietmar: At the moment, Golded AIX can only be bought|
directly from you. Previous versions were available via distributors.
Will the AIX version also be distributed once it's completed? Not
that I don't trust you, it's just the convenience of ordering by
|GoldED Studio AIX - TRIAL VERSION : Comment 2 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Dietmar on 20-Aug-2002 21:00 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 1 (IanG):|
The AIX software will not be available via distributors (selling through distributors is too expensive for low-volume items).
|GoldED Studio AIX - TRIAL VERSION : Comment 3 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by StAn on 22-Aug-2002 19:53 GMT|
|Is there a reason for including the NDK3.9 and VBCC in the archive of GoldEd demo ?|
To me, it looks *very* stupid. Why not include the whole GeekGadgets archive BTW ? Might be useful...
|GoldED Studio AIX - TRIAL VERSION : Comment 4 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by David Rey on 22-Aug-2002 22:45 GMT|
I hope you will be uploading the archive to a decent server soon?
I just got 99% of it with a 56k job and the transfer died, with
no chance to resume since the server doesn't support it.
Can I suggest Aminet, please. It would be INSANE to let the thing
get full of the damned mods and few useful stuff like yours. Thanks.
|GoldED Studio AIX - TRIAL VERSION : Comment 5 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Jon on 23-Aug-2002 04:52 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 3 (StAn):|
I remember him saying that it's good to get a ready development environment. But maybe many of us already have?
Aminet? Hell yes :)
|GoldED Studio AIX - TRIAL VERSION : Comment 6 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Dietmar on 23-Aug-2002 05:29 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 3 (StAn):|
>Is there a reason for including the NDK3.9 and VBCC in the archive of GoldEd demo ?
GoldED Studio is a developer's editor and one if its core elements is a C/C++ mode. VBCC is included to show the level of integration between the editor and a C compiler. The NDK is included for the same reason.
> To me, it looks *very* stupid.
Nice tone here. Now, take StormC, for example. It's a similar product: an editor, a compiler and some glue stuff (project list, frontend for setting options etc.). In a nutshell: an integrated development environment. Obviously, the StormC demo ships with a compiler. GoldED provides a similar setup: a compiler, an editor, a nice program to set compilation options, integration with the debugger - Wouldn't I be stupid if I release a demo which does not point this out ?
> Why not include the whole GeekGadgets archive BTW ? Might be useful...
Actually, this will be the case shortly. At this time, GoldED's C/C++ mode supports SAS/C, vbcc and StormC (other compilers are supported by a not-so-well-integrated generic C/C++ mode). Native support for gcc, including a frontend for setting its options, isn't too difficult to be addded. The required gcc packages will be included with GoldED, because I'm a strong advocate of everything-must-be-as-easy-as-possible. If a product doesn't come with a point-and-click installation, something is wrong with it.
Regarding the demo version: 10-20 MB is ok with me if I see how madly many computer users are downloading MP3s and videos with little regard to size.
>Can I suggest Aminet, please. It would be INSANE to let the thing
>get full of the damned mods and few useful stuff like yours. Thanks.
I can not upload the archive to Aminet for various reasons, license issues included. If someone has a problem with the AOL server, please point me to a free provider without download limit and I'll mirror the file there.
|GoldED Studio AIX - TRIAL VERSION : Comment 7 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Jon on 23-Aug-2002 06:21 GMT|
|Could those license issues be solved? GED is a remarkable product!|
Is it VBCC or NDKs?
Think about 2 different archives: basic distribution (for Aminet?) and heavy developer version..
|GoldED Studio AIX - TRIAL VERSION : Comment 8 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Dietmar on 23-Aug-2002 08:07 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 7 (Jon):|
> Could those license issues be solved?
Maybe. But as far as online distribution is concerned, I prefer users to come to the GoldED web site where they will find not only the excuteble but related downloads, announcements, screenshots and, obviously important for any developer, the shop page.
|GoldED Studio AIX - TRIAL VERSION : Comment 9 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Jon on 23-Aug-2002 09:57 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 8 (Dietmar):|
I accept your arguments. It's your product.
|GoldED Studio AIX - TRIAL VERSION : Comment 10 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by StAn on 23-Aug-2002 21:26 GMT|
|The difference is that VBCC and the NDK are both available freely elsewhere.. and we are not talking about a CD release, but a downloadable archive...|
which is so huge that for some reason the download failed before the end when I d/led it.
I think that many people either don't care about VBCC or already have it. Even more people will already have the NDK.
Anyway.. back to CEd :)
|GoldED Studio AIX - TRIAL VERSION : Comment 11 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Dietmar on 24-Aug-2002 05:07 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 10 (StAn):|
>The difference is that VBCC and the NDK are both available freely elsewhere.. >and we are not talking about a CD release, but a downloadable archive...
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