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gambas 2

   2.23.1  

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Wiki:  http://gambasdoc.org
Minimum required   Qt 3.x
Downloads:  8534
Submitted:  Jan 25 2005
Updated:  May 27 2011

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 with QT or GTK+, access MySQL, PostgreSQL, Firebird, ODBC and SQLite databases, pilot KDE applications with DCOP, translate your program into any language, create network applications easily, make 3D OpenGL applications, make CGI web applications, and so on...




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See http://gambasdoc.org/help/doc/release/2.23.1




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 MDI SDI

 
 by elektroschock on: Jan 25 2005
 
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Will Gmabs II support MDI and SDI interfaces?


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 Re: MDI SDI

 
 by UglyMike on: Feb 8 2005
 
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There is a SDI front-end. It might be included in the Gambas package later, but at this moment, the SDI version of the IDE can be downloaded from www.kudla.com


It is called fakebas (temporary name) and is a work in progress (currently v0.0.9). Also, it only works on the stable branch (1.0.2 - 1.0.3)


Give it a try. You know you want to....


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 Re: Re: MDI SDI

 
 by UglyMike on: Feb 8 2005
 
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Sorry, better make that www.kudla.org


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 Re: Re: Re: MDI SDI

 
 by raindog469 on: Apr 9 2006
 
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While I'm not going to delete fakebas from kudla.org, the new development version of Gambas includes an MDI IDE by default. I will be merging Fakebas with that (since the new one has only basic window management and Fakebas had a "task bar" and Window menu) and at that point, Fakebas will be obsolete unless you're still using Gambas 1.

Rob Kudla


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 New Qt license

 
 by kwr2k on: Feb 8 2005
 
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I hope gambas team continues with the Qt-based interface now that Qt is GPL'd for windows as well. It will be interesting how gambase fares as a development tool on Windows (free one, that is)!


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 Re: New Qt license

 
 by UglyMike on: Feb 8 2005
 
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Gambas, the language, is not reliant on QT at all (it is not even reliant on a windowing environment as you can just as well implement console apps in Gambas!).

There is currently (very) active development going on in order to implement a GTK frontend to Gambas. That way everybody will be pleased: console junkies, GTK junkies, QT junkies, KDE junkies and maybe even Gnome junkies if all step up to the plate....


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 Re: Re: New Qt licen

 
 by brockers on: Aug 31 2005
 
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I can understand the point of GTK bindings for Gambas but what is the point of creating an entirely new frontend for it? Will it make Gambas a better application? No... its already a GREAT application and a new frontend would simply re-implement something that already works.

O well, I guess that is simply the way Open Source software works... but it seems as much a waist of time as when some developer was working on KDE-frontended version of the Gimp.

Bobby


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 by raindog469 on: Apr 9 2006
 
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The Qt component isn't a "front end", it's a binding to the Qt libraries. The IDE is the "front end", and the goal is for it to work unmodified using either the Qt or Gtk (or any other GUI) components.

Now, the IDE is being rewritten, but that's been the case again and again since about Gambas 0.40 and I don't think it's a waste of time at all ;)


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 Re: Re: New Qt license

 
 by soulrebel on: Feb 5 2006
 
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what would be good:
if gambas could abstract all gui code, and provide gtk+ as well as qt fronts to it (so all gui apps could be compiled as gtk or as qt apps)
and btw before adding gtk please add kde bindings!


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 Re: Re: New Qt license

 
 by jel on: Mar 28 2006
 
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What about wxWidget and Motif junkies? ;)


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 Re: Re: Re: New Qt l

 
 by raindog469 on: Apr 9 2006
 
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wxWidgets and Motif junkies are free to contribute components that bind to their choice of GUI toolkits. Personally I'd be interested in seeing a gb.wx component, but writing a GUI toolkit binding would be beyond my skills (and to be honest, I'm happy enough using Qt.)


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 Nice

 
 by theborg on: Jun 26 2005
 
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Hello nice IDE i change from Kylix to Gambas 1.9.9

sorry for my bad englisch


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 Installation problem

 
 by jLisec on: Feb 27 2006
 
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I have installed new Gambas 1.9.23 or .25 on my SuSE 10.0, before I deleted SuSE's packages as writes in some readme file, I installed app RPM's correctly, no dependency problems etc. but it isn't working "gambas2" "gambas" commands dont work, when I run /usr/bin/gbx2 I got error: "ERROR: #45: File or directory does not exist" what this means?

BTW: Gambas is so cool, simple, efficient, and exaples are usefoll too :)


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 killer!

 
 by resal on: Apr 24 2006
 
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Really cool, much of congratulations to developer team. I had some ideas about developing new applications but cuz I didn`t master Qt I couldn`t make them real.
Really great.
But one questions: Is there any chance in future to develope SDI applications in Gambas? Or at the other hand, the Gambas is is not meant to be so ?


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 :)

 
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i think gambas is the best app to reach all linux newbie in developement..but i've found a poor documentation on the net..few examples
where can i get something more?
tnx and keep on workin'


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