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scite4autoit and c++?

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hello, can i somehow add c++ to scite and work with it the same way i do with autoit? (autocomplete,coloured,etc) ?

if yes how?

i downloaded c.api and cpp.api from the scite page but have no clue how to add them :/

thanks

@edit: adding the .api files into the autoit/scite/api/ folder doesnt help.

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Notepad++?

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Notepad++?

i have already tried it but it didnt support all the commands of autoit.. hmm i will give it another try. maybe u can give me a quick guide on how to add au3 to notepad´++ ?

e.g. autocomplete doesnt exist and stuff like guicreate or guictrldelete doesnt exist in notepad++ (it doesnt know the command).

also i hoped for autocomplete and full support for c++ like it you have in autoit with scite.

thanks

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

i have already tried it but it didnt support all the commands of autoit.. hmm i will give it another try. maybe u can give me a quick guide on how to add au3 to notepad´++ ?

e.g. autocomplete doesnt exist and stuff like guicreate or guictrldelete doesnt exist in notepad++ (it doesnt know the command).

also i hoped for autocomplete and full support for c++ like it you have in autoit with scite.

thanks

The lexer is part of the full SciTE4AutoIT3 version which also includes the standard supplied config (Properties) files for C++. The rest will be up to you to make it work the way you need it or else check the SciTE interest website.

Just adding the API doesn't do much unless you update the cpp.properties file and point it the the correct api file.

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hmm u dont have a already configured scite wich supports autoit and c++ ?

i already tried to set up scite and notepad++ like a month ago.. and i spent around one week too get it work.. but failed :/

i would need autoit support the same way as it is in autoit4scite (auto complete and colored) and the same for c (not c++ as i said above)

would be nice to have also vb,html,php etc included but i dont work with them yet :)

it would be a really big help as i couldnt get it working at all :)

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What's wrong with Visual Studio?

It has all the things SciTe has and also is configured and ready to work with VC++ (obviously).

Remember that compiling C++ is a far more complex process than running autoit scripts. You will have to have dependencies, link options and LOTS of other things in mind if you wanna set it up manually (not to mention making all those things changeable in settings).

Save yourself the trouble.


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I guess because scite is free and visual studio is not? Plus I'm used to the scite IDE and am not used to the VS IDE?

What's wrong with Visual Studio?

It has all the things SciTe has and also is configured and ready to work with VC++ (obviously).

Remember that compiling C++ is a far more complex process than running autoit scripts. You will have to have dependencies, link options and LOTS of other things in mind if you wanna set it up manually (not to mention making all those things changeable in settings).

Save yourself the trouble.

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I guess because scite is free and visual studio is not? Plus I'm used to the scite IDE and am not used to the VS IDE?

Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition is free, and you can do a lot with that.


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cause i wanted one editor for everything :)

but seems like this wont happen :/

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I hope it is similar to scite, I'll check it out, thank you!

Not really, it's much, much heavier. However a heavy language needs a heavy IDE so it's good.

However it's without any doubt the best IDE for c++, ever.


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#13 ·  Posted (edited)

what i dislike:

it installed so many features.. i bet there will be 5 new services running in the backround and 3 more process..

i´m currently installing it on a vmware to see if it is like that.

its the same with vmware workstation.. 4 new services + process running in the backround from the startup.

trying to make a script for that right now.. maybe i could make one for visual studio too (remove all services + process from startup and start them with some visual-sudio-start.exe .. not hard to do :) ).

btw if someone wants to help me with a script: http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=104226&st=0&gopid=737940&#entry737940

@edit: ye 3 or 4 more services & process running in the startup.. unneeded :/

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