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Software News : StormC5 editor released
Posted by AmigaPapst on 2013/5/6 11:20:00 (1924 reads) News by the same author
Software News

We are glad to present the first component of the StormC5 IDE, StormC5ED.

In the tradition of the previous versions, we placed high values in the development of StormC5ED ensuring the popular Amiga look-and-feel. We set high prorities on high speed and modern editor functionalities. Due to the intensive use of operating system functions of AmigaOS 4.1, StormC5ED is available exclusively for the new Amiga operating system and will be further aligned it in the future. We would like to point out that much of the
Proceeds of the StormC5 editor will be incorporated in the future development of the StormC5 environment.
Join now, in a new kind of editing on AmigaOS 4.x!

StormC5ED is available via download or CD. The download version costs only 29,95 Euro and the CD version 34,95 Euro. Order at once from http://www.amiga-shop.net/advanced_se ... lt.php?keywords=stormc5ed

The following outstanding capabilities are offered by the new StormC5ED:

Amiga look-and-feel:
All keyboard shortcuts correspond to the AmigaOS specifications, toolbar images
are supported, tooltips, etc.

AppWindow/AppIcon support:
Dragging a file icon in an editor window or on the editor appicon will open that file.

Extreme fast syntax highlighing:
Lightning fast syntax highlighting, Recognized words can be highlighted with colour and/or font attributes.

File classes:
The driver for the syntax highlightning are applied as external modules. As a result, the editor is extensible for future tasks.

File classes do currently exist for the following languages:

C/C++ (minimum requirement SDK 53.20),
Catalog-Descriptions (for use with CatComp),
AmigaGuide(R),
ARexx

Definitionbar:
For recognized words the relevant definition/Quick-Help is displayed.

Bookmarks:
In a document an umlimited number of bookmarks can be set and jumped to with a keyboard shortcut.

Folding parts of a document via definable fold marks:
For example, so in C/C++ files, the method bodies are folded away for clarity and better readability of the code.

MDI- or TDI-Userinterface:
Texts can be displayed either in a separate window for each text (MDI - multiple document interface) or all together in a single window with Tab control (TDI - Tabbed Document Interface).

Automatic indentation (atm. only for C/C++):
On typing of a character that initiates or terminates a block, the editor can react with different variations to increase or reduce the indentation ("keep your source code clean and tidy").

Visualization of tabulators, spaces and linefeeds:
Optional displaying of these characters to find missing tabs
in a "makefile", for example.

The GUI of the editor is available in 7 languages:
In the basic package, the StormC5Ed interface has already been translated into 7 languages: German, English, Spanish,
French, Italian, Danish and Russian are currently available. Other languages will follow.

More information about StormC5ED find you at our product website


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rebraist
Published: 2013/5/6 21:52  Updated: 2013/5/6 21:52
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 Re: StormC5 editor released
Hi! Has anyone bought it? How do you feel about it?
kas1e
Published: 2013/5/7 5:21  Updated: 2013/5/7 5:23
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Quote:

Has anyone bought it? How do you feel about it?


I didn't buy latest copy for now, but i betatest it together with others in last half of year. It fast, looks good, stable. Just like editor should be: fast, good a and light. Have some nice features which dunno if codebench have. For example folding of functions/structs and co done in very friendly manner.

Editor didn't looks like some attempt of newbes who start to coding, but instead it looks like some sw from proffesionals. Even if i have free copy because of help with betatests, i will buy one fresh just for support.

Strange why no one discuss it much. It is quality stuff to which devs spend few years.
rebraist
Published: 2013/5/7 9:15  Updated: 2013/5/7 9:17
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 Re: StormC5 editor released
Yes, strange indeed!
Thank you for your reply!
I didn't use the old stormc, but i remember it was a complete ide.
How does this new one interface itself with the os?
Is there a compiler? A linker? A debugger?
Or do we use gcc by command line?
In brief can anyone point to the differences from codebench (i think is a wonderful ide)?
Is there any documentation with it?
The downloadable iso is the same as the cd?
Are they delivering them, i read someone bought the download version but still hadn't the download link.
The editor is the first piece of the complete ide: the others how much will cost?
Thank you in advance!
kas1e
Published: 2013/5/7 11:24  Updated: 2013/5/7 11:29
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How does this new one interface itself with the os?


Pretty well. Fully native, everything fast, everything light.

Quote:

Is there a compiler? A linker? A debugger?
Or do we use gcc by command line?


It is just editor, not IDE. You just use it the same as let's say NotePad. Just its much better of course, with syntax highlighting, nice folding features, auto-helps and co.

Quote:

In brief can anyone point to the differences from codebench (i think is a wonderful ide)?


For first codebench is full IDE with all that parts which is not only editor.

For second, you can't just buy codebench to avoid that 10 seconds waiting on running (which is reassons why i am not use it daily, because i like to do run/test of programs, which usually crashes, and wait 10 seconds all the time for starting to work again quite long).

For third, i do not know how good codebench's editor right now, but in StormEd folding done very nice.

But codebench for sure can be called "better", just because its full of features of different kinds. StormEd there just an progammer's editor, but pretty nice one.

Quote:

Is there any documentation with it?


stormed.guide come in archive with all details.

Quote:

The downloadable iso is the same as the cd?


Yep

Quote:

The editor is the first piece of the complete ide: the others how much will cost?


Knowing how all going slow today in amiga world, you can't hold any hope for anything else in, even if it states like this. So just think about it as "good cool small programmer's editor, but not ide".

For example on all my "edit" buttons in dopus4/5 i have exactly StormED5. It have some moments which can be nice to improve. For example asl requester by some reasons open files a little slower in compare how it done everywhere else. A little, but i can notice it. Also in latest beta which i have at moment there was some problems with "find", which is not "looped" when you reach end of document. Maybe that was fixed, but even if not, its still worth of money.
OlafS3
Published: 2013/5/7 13:27  Updated: 2013/5/7 13:27
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"Strange why no one discuss it much"

Because it is "AmigaOS" only and "only" for developers (what narrows the base of interested people further)
walkero
Published: 2013/5/8 9:09  Updated: 2013/5/8 9:09
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 Re: StormC5 editor released
At the last Amiga Future there is a review for it, with screenshots that I can't find on Alinea's website. On one of them there is some kind of demo code, with assigns "Arteffect5". Is this a teasing image? Do they actually prepare more big news?

There is also a screenshot that shows a window were you can insert your registration code. If not it runs on demo mode? If so, I can't find a download link on Alinea's website. Did you?
rebraist
Published: 2013/5/8 11:09  Updated: 2013/5/8 11:09
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 Re: StormC5 editor released
yes! I read about it and I would have liked to buy it, but i read it's only printed magazine. If there'd be a download version i'd buy it now.
kas1e
Published: 2013/5/8 15:51  Updated: 2013/5/8 15:54
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@Walkero
Quote:

If not it runs on demo mode? If so, I can't find a download link on Alinea's website. Did you?


At least latest beta-version which i have was in "demo" mode, where some functions was disabled (save or something). Dunno through why it is not on download page, and will be demo version in public at all or not.

@rebraist
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If there'd be a download version i'd buy it now.


On their site there is 2 versions: cd one, and download one. So should be no problems
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