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Fred vS:
Hello.

MSEide+MSEgui version 5.6.0 has released.

Binary of MSEide for Windows 64/32, Linux 64/32, FreeBSD64, ARM RPi.
Source of MSEide+MSEgui.

Fully compatible with fpc 3.2.0, 3.2.2 and 3.3.1.
BGRABitmap compatible too.

Have lot of fun.

Fre;D

AlexTP:
Great work.
I cannot read on the homepage about

- macOS Cocoa widgets support
- Linux Gtk2/Gtk3/Qt5 support
- Haiku support (Lazarus does it via Qt5, Haiku has Qt5)

Fred vS:

--- Quote from: Alextp on July 01, 2021, 10:54:38 pm ---Great work.
I cannot read on the homepage about

- macOS Cocoa widgets support
- Linux Gtk2/Gtk3/Qt5 support
- Haiku support (Lazarus does it via Qt5, Haiku has Qt5)

--- End quote ---

MSEgui is a complete independent fpc Pascal widgetset.
It does not use any other widgetset like Gtk2/Gtk3/Qt5.
MSEgui interact on Unix directly with X11 server (like others widgetset do).
For Windows, it deals with low level Windows gdi interface.

In fact, MSEgui is a Gtk2/Gtk3/Qt5 widgetset but much better and totally with same aspect on each OS, this if compiled on Linux, Windows and FreeBSD.
And because it is developed in Pascal, you have full control on the widgetset.

I did not try MSEgui on Haiku but if Haiku uses X11 graphic server (or Wayland) it should work too.

For Mac, MSEgui is not yet compatible, sorry.

Fre;D

Edson:
Congratulations.

It's glad to see MSEide+MSEgui is still alive.  :D

I tried it some time ago when Martin was developing it. I wanted to collaborate however have many projects in my list. Maybe I can include my 8-bits compilers on it  :-\.

Something I really missed from the IDE is an advanced editor. I think ATSynedit would be perfect for that.

Fred vS:

--- Quote from: Edson on July 01, 2021, 11:20:41 pm ---Congratulations.

It's glad to see MSEide+MSEgui is still alive.  :D

I tried it some time ago when Martin was developing it. I wanted to collaborate however have many projects in my list. Maybe I can include my 8-bits compilers on it  :-\.

Something I really missed from the IDE is an advanced editor. I think ATSynedit would be perfect for that.

--- End quote ---

Hello and thanks!

Of course your compiler 8-bits is welcome!

Yes Martin gives us lot of gems.
Not only MSEgui and MSEide but also mountains of genius code in MSEUniverse.

About the advanced editor, there are many feature in MSEide.
For example Ctrl+Click on a property, method or unit will jump to the declaration.
Graeme did add also a "Procedure Jumper".

If you want auto-completion and hint helper, you may try IdeU.
It is a fork of MSEide with extended editor feature and more.

Fre;D

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