Hi Will

You do need to install UniObjects - I don't include it as early on there were 
some version incompatibilities so it was important to have a version that 
matched the database. Nowadays you can just use the version that comes with the 
free client package that accompanies the personal editions of U2 - its the 
unidk library which as U2 developers everyone should install anyway <grin>


Sent from my ASUS Eee Pad

Wjhonson <wjhon...@aol.com> wrote:

>I like Brian that you have a Windows installer for your software, which it did 
>seemlessly, it was beautiful -- it made me cry.
>And I like that it's only 5 Meg.  But my host is a remote system, not local.  
>The first thing your software does is complain that it can't find Uniobjects.  
>Should it be able to find it over a network connection?  Or does this only 
>work with locally installed Universe systems.
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Brian Leach <br...@brianleach.co.uk>
>To: 'U2 Users List' <u2-users@listserver.u2ug.org>
>Sent: Thu, Sep 1, 2011 6:09 am
>Subject: Re: [U2] PC based UniBasic program editor for 64 bit OS
>> Let alone one, whose sole purpose for us (U2) is to highlight code.
>Well a good program editor - like mvDeveloper (grin) or Doug's U2 Editor -
>oes a lot more than just highlight. 
>It's about ease of navigation and assisting developers to work faster and
>ore efficiently. Doug and I have taken different routes to that - Doug's
>ditor is arguably more powerful, mine is arguably lighter - but where they
>oth score over general editors is in understanding the code they are
>ealing with.
>That manifests in all kinds of ways. In mvDeveloper, for example, you can
>ight click to open a called subroutine or include file, can jump to a label
>n a program, can quickly navigate a program by label (Ctl-U move to
>revious label, Ctl-D down to the next label), can comment in and out (even
>or PROC), can perform a quick conversion on an internal date and time, can
>dit associated multivalues in a grid, pull up keyword help .. 
>In short, lots of things that are specific to the platform and to the people
>ho use it.
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