Project manager panel in SciTE


#1

Hi all,

SciTE is a very good IDE for Ruby. But when it comes to a project or
dealing many files, it would be handy if there is a project manager
panel availble. I wonder if anyone here knows how to enable this
function in SciTE.

Thanks,

Li


#2

On Oct 29, 1:40 pm, Li Chen removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:


Posted viahttp://www.ruby-forum.com/.

The SciTE site links to http://llt.chez.tiscali.fr/
“On Windows, there is a companion application Filerx which provides
project management and macro features to SciTE”


#3

Chris H. wrote:

The SciTE site links to http://llt.chez.tiscali.fr/
“On Windows, there is a companion application Filerx which provides
project management and macro features to SciTE”

This link is broken.

Li


#4

Chris H. wrote:

Google knows - http://llt.chez-alice.fr/

Yes Google knows. But all links are still broken in the download
section.

Li


#5

On Oct 29, 4:00 pm, Li Chen removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

Chris H. wrote:

The SciTE site links tohttp://llt.chez.tiscali.fr/
“On Windows, there is a companion application Filerx which provides
project management and macro features to SciTE”

This link is broken.

Li

Posted viahttp://www.ruby-forum.com/.

Google knows - http://llt.chez-alice.fr/


#6

On Oct 29, 5:04 pm, Li Chen removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

Chris H. wrote:

Google knows -http://llt.chez-alice.fr/

Yes Google knows. But all links are still broken in the download
section.

Li


Posted viahttp://www.ruby-forum.com/.

YOur not trying hard enough 9^)

replace the bad part of the URL with the good and it works…


#7

Chris H. wrote:

YOur not trying hard enough 9^)

replace the bad part of the URL with the good and it works…

Which one is good part?

Li


#8

On Oct 30, 2:31 pm, Li Chen removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:


Posted viahttp://www.ruby-forum.com/.

The good url is http://llt.chez-alice.fr/

so given
http://llt.chez.tiscali.fr/filerx-bin-20040412.zip
change it to
http://llt.chez-alice.fr/filerx-bin-20040412.zip

Behold by l33t w3b sk1lz 9^)


#9

Chris H. wrote:

The good url is http://llt.chez-alice.fr/

so given
http://llt.chez.tiscali.fr/filerx-bin-20040412.zip
change it to
http://llt.chez-alice.fr/filerx-bin-20040412.zip

Behold by l33t w3b sk1lz 9^)

Hi Chris,

I download both files. But the chm file doesn’t work. So I don’t know
how to integrate project manager into SciTE.

Thanks,

Li


#10

Chris H. wrote:

My impression from the site is the tool knows how to speak to SciTe
throught its APIs
I haven’t actually used it, so can’t speak from experience… If I can
finmd some time I’ll give it a try.
Are you getting errors?

Cheers

No I get no errors for Filerx.


#11

On Nov 2, 10:19 am, Li Chen removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

Hi Chris,

I download both files. But the chm file doesn’t work. So I don’t know
how to integrate project manager into SciTE.

Thanks,

Li

Posted viahttp://www.ruby-forum.com/.

My impression from the site is the tool knows how to speak to SciTe
throught its APIs
I haven’t actually used it, so can’t speak from experience… If I can
finmd some time I’ll give it a try.
Are you getting errors?

Cheers


#12

On Nov 4, 12:28 pm, Li Chen removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

No I get no errors for Filerx.


Posted viahttp://www.ruby-forum.com/.

Hi, finally had a chance to try it out.
Its not the most intuitive UI, but I was able to open the help file
after downloading it.
Maybe you should try it again. I am running on WinXP, if your on a
differnt win flavor
that may be part of the problem(?)

After extracting the app, it initially gave me errors on start up,
couldn’t find scintilla.dll
I added the scite dir to my path and fixed that, but it still wouldn’t
open any file in scite.
After a bit of digging I discovered the filerx.ini (in the same dir as
filerx.exe) has a setting
specifying the path to scite.
It seems this file is set with values from the developers
environment. I changed the path to mine and
things started to work (at least I could open files with scite from
filerx.) So have a look at this file and
adjust the paths to match your environment.

Not sure if the app is worth the pain. You might be better of trying
out Netbeans, or Ruby in Steel, or even Eclipse (but I am currently
using eclipse for Python, and not really enjoying it)

cheers
Chris


#13

Chris H. wrote:

specifying the path to scite.
It seems this file is set with values from the developers
environment. I changed the path to mine and
things started to work (at least I could open files with scite from
filerx.) So have a look at this file and
adjust the paths to match your environment.

Hi Chris,

I am not sure how you use scite and filerx together: Can you see the
project magager window in the scite?

Li


#14

On Nov 6, 7:46 am, Li Chen removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

I am not sure how you use scite and filerx together: Can you see the
project magager window in the scite?

Li

Posted viahttp://www.ruby-forum.com/.

No, the filerx project manager is a stand-alone app, separate from
SciTe
It can talk to/control scite via the API

If you want an integrated project manager/code editor you will need to
look elsewhere (or write your own :wink: )

cheers