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Snippeq

   0.0.1  

KDE Development Tool

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Link:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 3.x
Downloads:  499
Submitted:  Apr 15 2004
Updated:  Jul 17 2004

Description:

Most programmers often write small test code or example code for themselves or for helping others, these small code pieces are named snippets.
Snippeq saves snippets in a MySql Database and provides functionality for searching, manipulating and exporting them. With the import/export function you are able to share snippets with your friends. Syntax highlighting is provided using QScintilla.

Snippeq depends on:
Qt 3.2.x
QScintilla
MySql
see the INSTALL file for more information on the dependencies.




Changelog:

- 0.0.1: Initial release.
- New hoster.




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 good idea

 
 by averon on: Apr 15 2004
 
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add to this
plug-in for Kdevelop + p2p aplication = developer network.
and if any search for help .....

p.s. sorry, but my english is terrable and i can't write that i think :(


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 Re: good idea

 
 by lane on: Apr 16 2004
 
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Thanks for the feedback.
Snippeq is a pure Qt application without any KDE dependencies and I honestly don't want to make it KDE dependent(want to go on with using qmake as the build system and for realizing your suggestion it would be better to use autotools).

Michael.


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 cool stuff!

 
 by cloose on: Apr 16 2004
 
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This is a very cool and original idea! So far I've always kept my snippets in a text document. It was real hard to find something when needed. Your project will definitely be useful for me.

Thanks alot!

Christian


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 MySQL

 
 by cloose on: Apr 16 2004
 
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I forgot...MySQL might be too big as a dependency for a tool like this. How about sqlite? AFAIK Qt 3.3 comes with a sql module for it.


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 Re: MySQL

 
 by lane on: Apr 16 2004
 
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Yep, you're right, MySql is a big dependency and I will probably add support for Sqllite.

Thank you for your feedback!

Michael.


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 Hmmm...

 
 by ianmac on: Apr 16 2004
 
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This can be done in Kjots, and possibly, Treeline, Tuxcards, Notebook Manager, etc. If you don't mind a little bit more writing. I use Kjots as a code snippet library, and it works just fine.


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