|Re: generating an IDE [message #482811 is a reply to message #482364]
||Fri, 28 August 2009 07:36
| Vlad Dumitrescu
Registered: July 2009
> I followed the python IDE guide as well. Currently i'm creating the
> parser though the ANTLR.
> My objective is to create a nice IDE for a very small programming
> language, but with e.g. the highlighting and syntax error messages.
> Let me know about your progress!
I'll try to remember to post updates, but from how it looks like right
now it will be postponed for at least a couple of months.
The big problem is (as usual?) that we have to maintain the current
version too, and there's only 24 hours in a day... :-)
I've also been trying to take the Ruby IDE and cut out the Ruby specific
parts (and rename everything, of course), because there is a lot of
functionality that is available there and I thought I might get it
almost for free, but it doesn't feel like it's going to work. It feels
like practicing black magic and I don't like that, I need to understand
at least partially the "what"s and the "why"s.
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