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Clarion

by fushnisoft ST2/ST3

SublimeText package for Clarion

Details

  • 1.0.18
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 8 months ago
  • 37 minutes ago
  • 7 years ago

Installs

  • Total 298
  • Win 245
  • OS X 26
  • Linux 27
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Installation - VSCode

Install the VSCode extention via the market place.

Either download it directly and install manually or from within VSCode as described on the Getting Started page.

Installation - SublimeText

via Package Control

This is the recommended installation method.

If you have Sublime Package Control, you should know what to do. read about it here.

After installing the package and restarting the editor:

  • Open the Command Pallete (ctrl+shift+P or cmd+shift+P).
  • Type “Install Package” and hit return.
  • Type “Clarion” and hit return.

CompileCW.cmd usage

Project->EditProject to open your .sublime-project and add the following, where you alter give the absolute path to YOUR .sln

"build_systems":
[
  {
      "name": "Clarion",

      //name your sublime-project the same as your .sln
       "cmd": [
                      "${packages}\\Clarion\\CompileCW.cmd",

                      // What to build, convention is the same folder and basename as this sublime-project file, but with a .sln instead
                    "${project/\\.sublime-project/\\.sln/}",
                      //or hard code the absolute path to the sln, for example; //   "c:\\HG\\TSI\\CW\\Est\\B47.sln",

                       // Build Configuration typcially Debug|Release
                         "Debug",
                        // "Release",

                        //CWRoot
                     "C:\\SV\\Clarion8",

                     //(Optional) CW_Ver, such as "8.0.9579" will default to current
                     ""
                 ],

      //Appropriate for MSBuild in general
      //uses perl style regex: (maybe this) http://www.cs.tut.fi/~jkorpela/perl/regexp.html
     "file_regex": "^\\s*(.*)\\(([0-9]*),([0-9]*)"

      //"working_dir": "${project_path}:${folder}}",
     //"shell" : true,

     //Documentation on build systems: see http://docs.sublimetext.info/en/latest/reference/build_systems.html
   }
]

Then you can use CTRL+B or F7 to compile You can double click on error lines to navigate to the bug