Subject Re: [IBO] SynEdit for IBO - anyone interested?
Author Jason Wharton

I would like to foster the use and integration of Open Source products like
this. What I think we should do is make it so that you have a compiler
directive indicating which open source products are installed. This way at
compile time you can determine which things are added in.

This way people can download separately the OS things they want, install
them and flip a compiler directive and then recompile IBO packages.

How does this sound?

Jason Wharton
CPS - Mesa AZ

----- Original Message -----
From: "Frank Ingermann" <frank.ingermann@...>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, April 11, 2001 11:17 AM
Subject: [IBO] SynEdit for IBO - anyone interested?

> Hi List,
> as a side effect of my work on the IBO Stringlist proped (yes, i'm still
> working on it, but don't have much time at the moment...) i made an
> version of TSynEdit called - guess what - TIB_SynEdit :) (IB_native, not
> dataset-based)
> It's a 100% alternative to TIB_Memo, but with the benefits (and
> of TSynEdit: Syntax Highlighting, code completion, *no* wordwrap, only
> fixed width fonts etc.
> The source is kind of merged from about 90% TIB_Memo and 10% TSynDBEdit
> (the synedit BDE-aware version). That's why i'm not sure if i can put the
> source of the unit into the Files section.
> Jason, any objections?? If so, please let me know! (TSynEdit is pure open
> source, but since IBO is trustware i thought i'd better ask before...)
> Anyway, if anyone is interested, let me know. I guess i can put out
> the .dcu at least...
> regards,
> fingerman
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