[U2] UV full screen editor

2013-02-25 Thread Nirvan Wijesekera

Hello all,
 
I'm new to this forum, so apologies if this topic has been brought up before. 
Can anyone recommend a decent full-screen editor for Universe? I require it for 
editing source code as well as modifying data files. Seems like most of them 
can do one or the other, but not both. We do not run System Builder, so is 
there anything else available? We are trying to move away from the native UV 
line editor.
 
Many thanks.  
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Re: [U2] UV full screen editor

2013-02-25 Thread Horacio Pellegrino
We use EditPlus, works great for programs in Windows and Linux.



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nirvanwijesek...@hotmail.com wrote:


 Hello all,

 I'm new to this forum, so apologies if this topic has been brought up
 before. Can anyone recommend a decent full-screen editor for Universe? I
 require it for editing source code as well as modifying data files. Seems
 like most of them can do one or the other, but not both. We do not run
 System Builder, so is there anything else available? We are trying to move
 away from the native UV line editor.

 Many thanks.
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Re: [U2] UV full screen editor

2013-02-25 Thread Brian Leach
Two options from my website (both free):

Z is a terminal based full screen editor with syntax highlighting for
UniVerse Basic.

mvDeveloper 2 is a Windows based editor with syntax highlighting for
UniVerse Basic, PROC, and loads of other stuff.

And I'm sure Doug C will chime in with his (U2 Logic's) editor.

www.brianleach.co.uk

Brian

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Hello all,
 
I'm new to this forum, so apologies if this topic has been brought up
before. Can anyone recommend a decent full-screen editor for Universe? I
require it for editing source code as well as modifying data files. Seems
like most of them can do one or the other, but not both. We do not run
System Builder, so is there anything else available? We are trying to move
away from the native UV line editor.
 
Many thanks.  
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[U2] FW: UV full screen editor

2013-02-25 Thread Brian Leach
Ouch, apologies, I *meant* Doug A of course.
I must have been glancing at Doug C's post as I typed it.

Brian

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Sent: 25 February 2013 14:13
To: 'U2 Users List'
Subject: RE: [U2] UV full screen editor

Two options from my website (both free):

Z is a terminal based full screen editor with syntax highlighting for
UniVerse Basic.

mvDeveloper 2 is a Windows based editor with syntax highlighting for
UniVerse Basic, PROC, and loads of other stuff.

And I'm sure Doug C will chime in with his (U2 Logic's) editor.

www.brianleach.co.uk

Brian

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Subject: [U2] UV full screen editor


Hello all,
 
I'm new to this forum, so apologies if this topic has been brought up
before. Can anyone recommend a decent full-screen editor for Universe? I
require it for editing source code as well as modifying data files. Seems
like most of them can do one or the other, but not both. We do not run
System Builder, so is there anything else available? We are trying to move
away from the native UV line editor.
 
Many thanks.  
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Re: [U2] UV full screen editor

2013-02-25 Thread Tom Whitmore
Hi,
I am aware of several windows editors available that work with U2.

MVDeveloper (Brian Leach)
BDT (Basic Developer Toolkit, from Rocket)
XLr8Editor (Doug A)


I have not used XLr8Editor.  MVDeveloper and BDT have their strengths and 
weaknesses, both are free so you can try them out and chose which works for 
you.  I have not figured out how to edit data with BDT, only programs and 
dictionaries.

Tom
RATEX Business Solutions

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Subject: [U2] UV full screen editor


Hello all,
 
I'm new to this forum, so apologies if this topic has been brought up before. 
Can anyone recommend a decent full-screen editor for Universe? I require it for 
editing source code as well as modifying data files. Seems like most of them 
can do one or the other, but not both. We do not run System Builder, so is 
there anything else available? We are trying to move away from the native UV 
line editor.
 
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Re: [U2] UV full screen editor

2013-02-25 Thread Doug Averch
Hello All:

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We are just about finished adding the ability to add documentation and
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Re: [U2] UV full screen editor

2013-02-25 Thread Symeon Breen
On the UV clients CD in the eclipse based tools there is the Basic
Development toolkit (BDT)  this will probably give you most of what you
want.



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Subject: [U2] UV full screen editor


Hello all,
 
I'm new to this forum, so apologies if this topic has been brought up
before. Can anyone recommend a decent full-screen editor for Universe? I
require it for editing source code as well as modifying data files. Seems
like most of them can do one or the other, but not both. We do not run
System Builder, so is there anything else available? We are trying to move
away from the native UV line editor.
 
Many thanks.  
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Re: [U2] UV full screen editor

2013-02-25 Thread Bill Haskett
Probably the simplest, and easiest to use, would be AccuTerm 
http://www.asent.com.  It is a terminal emulator, probably the best in 
the MV market, that includes an editor.  You can call the editor while 
within the UV environment (that is, logged into an account) straight 
from the command line. So, instead of...


:ED SOMEFILE ItemId

...you would change the ED verb with WED, like...

:WED SOMEFILE ItemId

This solution is probably best if you spend most of your time inside the 
UV environment and aren't interested in installing software other than a 
telnet client.  In addition, it is probably the cheapest of all telnet 
clients you can use, assuming you place any value on your time.  :-)


HTH,

Bill


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Hello all,
  
I'm new to this forum, so apologies if this topic has been brought up before. Can anyone recommend a decent full-screen editor for Universe? I require it for editing source code as well as modifying data files. Seems like most of them can do one or the other, but not both. We do not run System Builder, so is there anything else available? We are trying to move away from the native UV line editor.
  
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Re: [U2] UV full screen editor

2013-02-25 Thread David A. Green
Is there a way to have BDT use a TCL command besides BASIC/CATALOG to do my
compile and cataloging?

David A. Green
(480) 813-1725
DAG Consulting

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Sent: Monday, February 25, 2013 10:03 AM
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Subject: Re: [U2] UV full screen editor

On the UV clients CD in the eclipse based tools there is the Basic
Development toolkit (BDT)  this will probably give you most of what you
want.



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Subject: [U2] UV full screen editor


Hello all,
 
I'm new to this forum, so apologies if this topic has been brought up
before. Can anyone recommend a decent full-screen editor for Universe? I
require it for editing source code as well as modifying data files. Seems
like most of them can do one or the other, but not both. We do not run
System Builder, so is there anything else available? We are trying to move
away from the native UV line editor.
 
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Re: [U2] UV full screen editor

2013-02-25 Thread Daniel McGrath
Please don't use the UV Clients anymore - unless you are on a really old 
version of UV. 

You can download the U2 DBTools package which contains a much better version of 
BDT (among other useful tools like XAdmin and RESTful Web Services) from here: 
http://u2.rocketsoftware.com/resources/downloads 



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On the UV clients CD in the eclipse based tools there is the Basic Development 
toolkit (BDT)  this will probably give you most of what you want.



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Hello all,
 
I'm new to this forum, so apologies if this topic has been brought up before. 
Can anyone recommend a decent full-screen editor for Universe? I require it for 
editing source code as well as modifying data files. Seems like most of them 
can do one or the other, but not both. We do not run System Builder, so is 
there anything else available? We are trying to move away from the native UV 
line editor.
 
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Re: [U2] UV full screen editor

2013-02-25 Thread Daniel McGrath
Unfortunately not baked in to BDT yet.

You can always override the BASIC/CATALOG keywords (after copying them to 
something like stdBASIC, stdCATALOG) with stub programs featuring few lines of 
logic to call your tool chain unless called in certain situations which should 
redirect to the std* versions. (like being called from your tool chain or 
directly from ECL) 


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Sent: Monday, February 25, 2013 10:24 AM
To: 'U2 Users List'
Subject: Re: [U2] UV full screen editor

Is there a way to have BDT use a TCL command besides BASIC/CATALOG to do my 
compile and cataloging?

David A. Green
(480) 813-1725
DAG Consulting

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Sent: Monday, February 25, 2013 10:03 AM
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Subject: Re: [U2] UV full screen editor

On the UV clients CD in the eclipse based tools there is the Basic Development 
toolkit (BDT)  this will probably give you most of what you want.



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Subject: [U2] UV full screen editor


Hello all,
 
I'm new to this forum, so apologies if this topic has been brought up before. 
Can anyone recommend a decent full-screen editor for Universe? I require it for 
editing source code as well as modifying data files. Seems like most of them 
can do one or the other, but not both. We do not run System Builder, so is 
there anything else available? We are trying to move away from the native UV 
line editor.
 
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Re: [U2] UV full screen editor

2013-02-25 Thread Wols Lists
On 25/02/13 17:48, Daniel McGrath wrote:
 Unfortunately not baked in to BDT yet.
 
 You can always override the BASIC/CATALOG keywords (after copying them to 
 something like stdBASIC, stdCATALOG) with stub programs featuring few lines 
 of logic to call your tool chain unless called in certain situations which 
 should redirect to the std* versions. (like being called from your tool chain 
 or directly from ECL) 
 
For those who do change standard keywords, there is a command that will
restore them all (UPDATE.ACCOUNT ?). They're all, I think, also in the
UV account in the NEWACC file.

Cheers,
Wol
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Re: [U2] UV full screen editor

2013-02-25 Thread Tony Gravagno
I'll second the vote for the wED utility in AccuTerm. In the recent
v7.1 a Lot of welcome enhancements were made which take this Far
beyond similar editors - and free with the emulator aint a bad deal
either.

I'm also quite fond of mvToolbox (http://www.mvtoolbox.com/) It's a
fabulous bit of software, and it's only fault is that it does too
much. It has too many features, too much documentation, and the author
is too eager to update the product. I'm serious. This is proof of the
concept that software with too many features can confuse an industry
into lack of adoption. But this software does more than any other in
its class in this industry, and if you like a real does everything
kind of product then you should look at this. The website is
unmaintained, marketing is almost non-existent, and the author is too
eager to give the software away just to give it exposure. I swear,
it's the weirdest story of any product around. But the bottom line is
that this is great software that responds to the current inquiry.

HTH
T

 From: Bill Haskett 
 Probably the simplest, and easiest to use, would be AccuTerm
 http://www.asent.com.

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Re: [U2] UV full screen editor

2013-02-25 Thread Symeon Breen
Also If you want an editor integrated into your terminal emulator I have
always found wintegrate to be the best solution out there.

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Re: [U2] UV full screen editor

2013-02-25 Thread Bill Haskett

Symeon:

That may be true these days, but wIntegrate has always been 
significantly more expensive than AccuTerm, and AccuTerm always worked 
better with Linux and SSH (rather than using SSL like wIntegrate 
does/did).  Also, AccuTerm's licensing was significantly easier to 
manage (we still have clients struggling with the old site-licensing of 
wIntegrate).


Nowadays, however, we use UniObjects to connect to our servers and run 
our application.  Even now, I still use AccuTerm mostly, and VS2010 
(which I mostly dislike - but that's just the environment).  I've tried 
xLr8, BST, Brian's but there's always something that just trips me up 
each and every day with these packages.  Every time I get one of these 
set up and running, something changes or something I do on a common 
basis is just very difficult to accomplish.  :-(


Bill
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Also If you want an editor integrated into your terminal emulator I have
always found wintegrate to be the best solution out there.

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Re: [U2] UniData PE on Fedora 18

2013-02-25 Thread James Canale, Jr.
To all that responded,

Thanks for the suggestions.  I'll give CentOS a shot (OpenSUSE 12.2 and
Fedora 18 didn't locate libgdbm.so.2).

Best,

Jim

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Subject: [U2] UniData PE on Fedora 18

I'm trying to install the latest UniData 7.3 Personal Edition on Fedora 18
(32 bit) and am not able to find the proper download that seems to be
required.
 
The install fails at the point of running systest with 'error while loading
shared libraries: libgdbm.so.2: cannot open shared object file'.

 I tried to find libgdbm2 on rpmfind but I'm not sure which to use.  Tried a
few and they all seem to have additional dependencies.  

 Any suggestions?

 I read that UniData on Fedora will work so that's what I tried, but, I also
have OpenSUSE and Ubuntu if either of those will be better.

 Thanks in advance.

 Best regards,
 
Jim

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Re: [U2] UV full screen editor

2013-02-25 Thread Ken Ford
I have used Emacs for UV development, including source coding and file editing 
for many years.  There is a mode for UVBasic (unibasic-mode) and I have written 
a number of emacs-lisp based modes for editing m/v files.  These are all 
available on the PickWiki site.

Regards,
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Re: [U2] UniData PE on Fedora 18

2013-02-25 Thread Bob Little
I have UniVerse PE running just fine on Fedora 17 which uses version 4 of 
libgdbm.so  Perhaps the newer library is perhaps backward compatible to version 
2 in which case a symlink may work.  

ln -s /lib/libgdbm.so.4 /usr/lib/libgdbm.so.2

Its worth a try anyway


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To all that responded,

Thanks for the suggestions.  I'll give CentOS a shot (OpenSUSE 12.2 and
Fedora 18 didn't locate libgdbm.so.2).

Best,

Jim

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To: U2 Users List
Subject: [U2] UniData PE on Fedora 18

I'm trying to install the latest UniData 7.3 Personal Edition on Fedora 18
(32 bit) and am not able to find the proper download that seems to be
required.

The install fails at the point of running systest with 'error while loading
shared libraries: libgdbm.so.2: cannot open shared object file'.

 I tried to find libgdbm2 on rpmfind but I'm not sure which to use.  Tried a
few and they all seem to have additional dependencies.

 Any suggestions?

 I read that UniData on Fedora will work so that's what I tried, but, I also
have OpenSUSE and Ubuntu if either of those will be better.

 Thanks in advance.

 Best regards,

Jim

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Re: [U2] UniData PE on Fedora 18

2013-02-25 Thread Tony Gravagno
In the bigger picture, Fedora is a hobbyist system and changes very
rapidly. It's not meant to be used for production applications. You
could get UV to work on it this week and it will break with a core
update next week, or with some tiny dependency change or profile
setting that's tough to trace. MV databases aren't oriented toward
agile/chaotic environments like that. Serious developers should strive
for stability in their own environment, with an eye for deployment
over end-user systems with equal stability. Sure, I enjoy a challenge
as much as the next geek, but at some point you need to ask yourself
if you're wasting time chasing drivers and patches and hacks (like
symlinks) when you really want to be doing something more productive.

Get CentOS or RedHat. They're stable, well supported, and certified by
the DBMS providers.

HTH
T

 From: Bob Little 
 I have UniVerse PE running just fine on Fedora 17 which uses version
4
 of libgdbm.so  Perhaps the newer library is perhaps backward
 compatible to version 2 in which case a symlink may work.

 From: James Canale, Jr. 
 Thanks for the suggestions.  I'll give CentOS a shot (OpenSUSE 12.2
and
 Fedora 18 didn't locate libgdbm.so.2).

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