Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Syntax Highlighting C# Editor with an Inbuilt Compiler

Today I am releasing the version 1.0.0.1 of the editor which is Syntax Highlighting version of C# Editor with an Inbuilt Compiler.

You can free download the new version from the following link.



If you have not installed Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 in your machine you can free download and install it from the following link.


This release contains the following fixes and features.
  • Proper form alignment - Done.
  • Will be able to open only .cs and .txt files - Done.
  • Will allow only .cs and .txt files to be drag and dropped on the editor area - Done.
  • Some fixes in new,open,save,exit menus and added a close - Done.
  • Validating when saving files as .cs and .exe - Done.
  • New Feature - Browse and Compile .cs Files - Done.
  • New Feature - Run (Direct Run which will compile the file first and then run the created .exe or Browse and Run an .exe) - Done
  • New Feature - C# .NET Syntax Highlighting (I had to struggle a lot to implement this feature) - Done
It's great if you can download and try this new version and give me your feedback. You are mostly welcome to point out bugs. These days i am working on implementing IntelliSense feature.

I will really appreciate your feedback and happy coding...

Regards,
jaliya


Monday, November 8, 2010

Upcoming Fixes,Enhancements in C# Editor with an Inbuilt Compiler

When doing some enhancements on the editor, faced some bugs myself. So there will be a update releasing soon. On that release there will be fixes and enhancements on following features.
  • Form alignment (Well, I want the alignment to be perfect).
  • Will be able to open only .cs and .txt files.
  • Will allow only .cs and .txt files to be drag and dropped on the editor area.
  • Some fixes in new,open,save,exit menus (Will add a close).
  • Validating when saving files as .cs and .exe.
  • New Feature - Run.
  • Syntax Highlighting and IntelliSense feature (I'm not sure whether i will be able to complete these two by next release)
feel free to send me your new ideas regarding the C# Editor.

Regards,
jaliya

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Simple C# Editor with an Inbuilt Compiler

After releasing the simple compiler for .cs files it came to my mind, that it's better to develop a simple editor that can be used to both edit and compile .cs files. So i wrote this program. This editor is simple and really easy to use and of course it is free. You will just have to wait for around 5 seconds before downloading since i am using a free file hosting service to upload my releases.
You can download this editor from the following link.

Download from Jigsaw Share version 1.0.0.0

This editor has following features.
  • Default text editor features(Undo,Redo,Cut,Copy,Paste etc)
  • Compiler


Since this is the initial release this will only have above mentioned features. Now i am working on developing Syntax Highlighting and IntelliSense feature. Actually I have wrote the Syntax Highlighting feature and unfortunately it has some little bugs. So i have not included it in this release.

It's great if you can download and try this editor and let me know your feedback. You are mostly welcome to point out any bug on this editor.

I will really appreciate your feedback.

Regards,
jaliya

Monday, November 1, 2010

Updated Compile .cs file into .exe

You might be wondering why the heck we use this when we have very powerful tools like Visual Studio right?

But what will happen when you don't have VS installed in your working machine and lets say you have it installed, but trust me, compiling a single .cs file using VS will take some time. And of course you can use the Command Prompt (also the VS Command Prompt if you have VS installed) to compile the .cs file. But why troubling around when you have simple ways.

Anyway I just did some few enhancements. Now when compiling .cs file you will be informed if there is any compilation errors and your compilation results can be easily viewed by using scrollable result area.

You can download the updated version from the following link.



feel free to send me your feedback.

Regards,
jaliya

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Compile .cs file into .exe

I have always wanted to compile a single .cs file more easily. So i wrote this simple program to do it. If you also have the same problem why not use this.




feel free to send me your feedback.

Regards,
jaliya

Monday, October 25, 2010

Try FBCMD...

FBCMD is a Command Line Interface (CLI) for Facebook. There is a nice little thing going on at http://indikabandara19.blogspot.com/2010/05/facebook-automatic-birthday-wishes.html


Try that out...

Regrads,
jaliya