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drrob1

Guest
#1
If I wanted to use the IDE for code, how does it get all the symbols it needs. I currently use an orphaned product, Stony Brook Modula-2. It has a setting that would allow me to set the debugger into CodeView or DWARF format.

Would either of these work for the IDE as part of tcmd 10?

I'm not sure why my message is attaching to other messages
 

rconn

Administrator
Staff member
May 14, 2008
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#2
drrob1 wrote:

> If I wanted to use the IDE for code, how does it get all the symbols it needs. I currently use an orphaned product, Stony Brook Modula-2. It has a setting that would allow me to set the debugger into CodeView or DWARF format.
Not sure what you're trying to do -- the debugger component of the IDE
only works for batch (BTM, BAT, CMD) files.

The syntax editor supports other file types, defined in the
EditConfig\Schemas directory. There is no Modula-2 schema defined,
though there is a Pascal schema that you could modify.

Rex Conn
JP Software