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Thread Status Update on Next 1.02 Release
Fri, Apr 5 2013 2:35 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

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Matthew,

<< Will command line support be included? >>

In 1.02 ?  No, not yet.

Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com
Wed, Apr 17 2013 11:14 AMPermanent Link

Leslie

Tim, can you give an other status update on this?

Cheers,
Leslie
Wed, Apr 17 2013 11:34 AMPermanent Link

Matthew Jones

It may be worth saying that "command line" support doesn't need to mean a normal
command line thing, just a way to pass in automation parameters to the IDE. So for
example it might look for the parameters:
/auto "D:\src\Myproject\MyProject.wbp"
and then load that project, build it, and exit. If the IDE appears, so be it, I
don't mind.

/Matthew Jones/
Thu, Apr 18 2013 3:28 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

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Leslie,

<< Tim, can you give an other status update on this?  >>

Nothing new to report.  My next status update will be when it's released.

Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com
Tue, Jun 4 2013 12:27 PMPermanent Link

Matthew Jones

Tim,

I realise that this is not a priority, but I've been experimenting with automating
EWB and given that there will have to be an update to 1.0.2, I hope this might
squeeze in 8-). I can get it to do a compile and run by sending F9 to the editor,
but my attempt to "press" Control too is not working.

Would it be possible to add two more "simple" shortcuts to the IDE for compile and
deploy please? Perhaps F7 and F5 (F5 being a standard for "refresh", which fits the
deploy. Given that Ctrl-F9 is normal, then F7 would be an additional shortcut added
using the shortcut component.

Alternatively, and sort of WM_APP message that could be sent with a wParam to
indicate the action - anything really. I can get the IDE to load a project file, I
can set the file to compress, but I need to be able to at least compile and
preferably deploy so that I can put it into a build system.

I shall continue to experiment with getting Ctrl simulated, but any help would be
most welcome. [update] I have managed to use SendKeys to do these things, but it is
the least ideal of all as it needs focus. It can work though, so if you want to
reject this then there is a workaround...

/Matthew Jones/
Tue, Jun 4 2013 2:17 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

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Matthew,

<< I realise that this is not a priority, but I've been experimenting with
automating EWB and given that there will have to be an update to 1.0.2, I
hope this might squeeze in 8-). I can get it to do a compile and run by
sending F9 to the editor, but my attempt to "press" Control too is not
working. >>

Would it be possible to add two more "simple" shortcuts to the IDE for
compile and deploy please? Perhaps F7 and F5 (F5 being a standard for
"refresh", which fits the deploy. Given that Ctrl-F9 is normal, then F7
would be an additional shortcut added using the shortcut component. >>

Honestly, I doubt very much if I'll do this.  I might add a deploy shortcut
key, but the rest is just working around the fact that there isn't a
command-line compiler, and I'd rather release that instead.

Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com
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