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gambas

   1.0.19  

KDE Development Environment

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Link:  Link
Minimum required   Gambas 1.x
Downloads:  7273
Submitted:  Jan 16 2004
Updated:  Jul 16 2007

Description:

Gambas is a free development environment based on a Basic interpreter with object extensions, like Visual Basic (but it is NOT a clone !).

With Gambas, you can quickly design your program GUI, access MySQL, PostgreSQL or SQLite databases, pilot KDE applications with DCOP, translate your program into many languages, create network applications easily, browse the Web with KHTML, and so on..




Changelog:

see http://gambas.sourceforge.net/changelog.html




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 useful and nice

 
 by edavid on: Jul 20 2004
 
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I've used GAMBAS 0.93b and Postgresql a few months ago to present a DVD renting management system.

It was a great pleasure to use it and therefore I recommend it ;o)

Great job


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 Gambas components

 
 by iceman on: Aug 25 2004
 
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Hi,

I must say i'm really impressed with what you've guys have done with Gambas! Its steadily maturing and with enough publicity could easily become the next RAD development enviroment for standard for UNIX/Linux. I'm just wondering if it maybe possible in the near future sometime to write reusable components in Gambas and easily reuse and destibute them. I believe this would be the Killer feature, cause what make VB great (if at all) is the extensibility, where developers can download controls to extend the feature set available in the IDE.

Any method that you impement to do this would be great, even if it means the components are written in C++ (for Qt/KDE) so long they can be dynamicly loaded without needing a recompile of Gambas.

BTW: Thanx for this great app! Way more stable than HBasic last i checked! And that makes a big diff. it means Gambas is usable NOW!


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 Re: Gambas component

 
 by gambas on: Aug 28 2004
 
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You can already develop components in C/C++, but like with drivers in the linux kernel, their source must be included in the main source package.

And like linux drivers, they are dynamically loaded at runtime, in spite of the bugs in the ld.so dynamic loader :-)

Writing components directly in Gambas is planned for version after 1.0

Thanks for your remarks.


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 Er...OK...

 
 by h1k3r on: Aug 25 2004
 
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I followed the download link and couldn't figure out which of the many packages I needed to download and install. Is there a list of packages with a note or something that tells us exactly what each of the packages is for? I would love to use gambas, but I cannot figure out which of the RPM's to install on my Mandrakelinux 10.0 system.

Thanks. Gambas sounds wonderful.


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 Re: Er...OK...

 
 by gambas on: Aug 28 2004
 
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Go to http://www.kudla.org and use it as a RPM media source. You will find last gambas packages with all needed dependencies. After having added the media, a simple 'urpmi gambas-ide' will install everything.


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 Amazing application!

 
 by ezuk on: Sep 8 2004
 
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This program just _rocks_. Really.

It's very easy and professional. If you're considering developing something yourself -- this is definitely a tool to check out! Warmly recommended!


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 there is a bug...

 
 by cjacker on: Sep 8 2004
 
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There is a bug with MessageBox.

if you did not set the button text.
It will show a button without any text.

I check the source and modify CMessage.cpp.

the patch is:

diff -Nur gambas-0.99/src/lib/qt/CMessage.cpp gambas-0.99new/src/lib/qt/CMessage.cpp
--- gambas-0.99/src/lib/qt/CMessage.cpp 2004-08-13 09:39:42.000000000 -0400
+++ gambas-0.99new/src/lib/qt/CMessage.cpp 2004-09-07 23:00:54.000000000 -0400
@@ -253,7 +253,10 @@

if (btn[1].isNull() && !btn[2].isNull())
swap = btn[1], btn[1] = btn[2], btn[2] = swap;
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+ if (btn[0].isNull() && btn[1].isNull() && btn[2].isNull())
+ {
+ btn[0]="OK";
+ }
for (i = 0; i < 3; i++)
mbtn[i] = btn[i].isNull() ? QMessageBox::NoButton : (i + 1) ;


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 gambas

 
 by genjix on: Oct 20 2004
 
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I am so impressed with how easy it is to make apps with gambas compared to the long winded kdevelop.

another feature you could add to gambas would be beign able to have c++ code integrated in (e.g inline and c++ includes), therefore any limitations that you cant do in gambas (and for me ease of coding), such as making a gambas interface to a c++ program.


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