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KTIGCC v1.04
Posted by Michael on 28 September 2006, 00:55 GMT

As part of the Google Summer of Code project, Kevin Kofler has finished KTIGCC, which is an IDE for TIGCC on UNIX platforms (using X11). This is the equivalent of the TIGCC IDE that had existed in the Windows version. There also are binary and source RPMs available.

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Re: KTIGCC v1.04
nebousuru  Account Info
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This is cool. It seems that KTIGCC is compatible with projects created under TIGCC for windows. I was finally able to finish a project I started in windows a year ago under fedora core! Now there is one less thing tying me to windows. Can any one confirm that KTIGCC works with all tpr's TIGCC makes?

Reply to this comment    1 October 2006, 20:17 GMT


Re: Re: KTIGCC v1.04
Kevin Kofler Account Info
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That's the intention. It won't find files which are referenced through their absolute Window$ paths, but that won't necessarily work on another Window$ machine either (if the file system layout isn't the same on the 2 machines). Avoid this by only putting source files in the same directory as the .tpr or subdirectories thereof. (This also goes the other way round, to avoid absolute *nix paths. While path separators are converted to \ for compatibility, Window$ won't be able to use paths like \home\unixuser\tigcc-projects\foo\foo.c ;-).) The "last open file" setting is also lost when moving from machine to machine or OS to OS because that always uses an absolute path. (It will simply be ignored if the last open file can't be found in the project, so you won't get error messages for that.) Other than that, 100% compatibility is the intention, if it's broken in either direction, please file a bug report.

Reply to this comment    1 October 2006, 22:47 GMT

Re: KTIGCC v1.04
JcN  Account Info
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Why doesn't it work with libticables3? I can't install libticables2 without removing tilp, libticalcs4, libticables3, and tiemu. I'm using Debian Etch.

Reply to this comment    10 October 2006, 18:35 GMT

Re: Re: KTIGCC v1.04
Kevin Kofler Account Info
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We're talking about different numbering here, due to Debian's scheme to number libraries. What Debian calls "libticables3" is actually the version of libticables 1 with the soname libticables.so.3. What KTIGCC needs is libticables2.so.1, which would be names libticables2-1 or something like that in Debian. This hasn't been packaged for Debian, so you have to build from source (or try your luck with alien, but I'd recommend against that, because Fedora uses a newer glibc than Debian).

Reply to this comment    10 October 2006, 20:51 GMT


Re: Re: KTIGCC v1.04
Kevin Kofler Account Info
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Oh, and the tilp and tiemu packages in Debian are also obsolete. They are TiLP 1 and TiEmu 2. Current is TiLP 2 and TiEmu 3. Don't use the Debian packages.

Reply to this comment    10 October 2006, 20:53 GMT


Re: Re: Re: KTIGCC v1.04
JcN  Account Info
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I see. *downloads source tarballs*

Reply to this comment    11 October 2006, 03:42 GMT

Re: KTIGCC v1.04
bfr Account Info
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Great news! I love TIGCC, and its IDE for Windows, and it's just great to know that its IDE has been ported to Unix platforms. :)

Reply to this comment    11 October 2006, 23:30 GMT

Re: KTIGCC v1.04
Stefan Bauwens  Account Info

Great!!
Where can you download it?

stefanbauwens

Reply to this comment    18 October 2006, 16:56 GMT


Re: Re: KTIGCC v1.04
Stefan Bauwens  Account Info

I there KTIGCC for windows

Reply to this comment    18 October 2006, 17:40 GMT


Re: Re: Re: KTIGCC v1.04
Kevin Kofler Account Info
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It's called "TIGCC IDE" and it has been in the TIGCC distribution for Window$ for years! :-)

That said, I'm planning to port KTIGCC to KDE 4 (which will be available in a year or so), and the result should be portable to Window$ and will probably replace TIGCC IDE. But we're not there yet.

As for your first question, see the links in the newsitem! But this is for *nix systems (GNU/Linux, BSD, Mac OS X) only.

Reply to this comment    18 October 2006, 23:40 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: KTIGCC v1.04
Stefan Bauwens  Account Info

Thanks!!
where can you download TIGCC IDE?

Stefan

p.s. I have a ti 92+

Reply to this comment    19 October 2006, 10:35 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: KTIGCC v1.04
Kevin Kofler Account Info
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When you download the TIGCC installer, TIGCC IDE is part of what it installs.

I recommend getting the latest beta version from:
http://tigcc.ticalc.org/
(Currently, it's TIGCC 0.96 Beta 7.)

Reply to this comment    19 October 2006, 10:37 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: KTIGCC v1.04
Stefan Bauwens  Account Info

thanks!

Reply to this comment    21 October 2006, 10:52 GMT

Fedora Core 6
Kevin Kofler Account Info
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For those of you already running FC6, the KTIGCC 1.04 RPM won't install. I have uploaded a new KTIGCC 1.05 RPM to the KTIGCC SourceForge project to fix that. If you're still running FC5, then please keep 1.04, as the 1.05 RPM now requires FC6, and there are only compilation (OS X), installation (FC6) and version number changes in 1.05.

Reply to this comment    24 October 2006, 18:05 GMT

Re: KTIGCC v1.04
nebousuru  Account Info
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Is there a "light" linux distribution (such as dsl or puppy linux) that ubuntu users (like me) could easily run in a virtual machine that meets the requirements for KTIGCC? I tried to install fedora core 5 in qemu, but my computer is too slow and has little ram. I do have fc 5 installed, but i don't want to have to constantly reboot my computer...

Reply to this comment    11 November 2006, 08:27 GMT


Re: Re: KTIGCC v1.04
Kevin Kofler Account Info
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Just apt-get the dependencies. The kdelibs and kdebase packages are in main as part of Kubuntu (and yes, installing them into regular Ubuntu will just work, the different *ubuntu distros are just different subsets of the common Ubuntu main repository), some other stuff might be in universe, but it's definitely available. The versions should be high enough in both Dapper and Edgy. (KTIGCC requires at least KDE 3.5.2, which happens to be the version Dapper ships. Edgy has 3.5.5.)

Reply to this comment    14 November 2006, 14:38 GMT


Re: Re: Re: KTIGCC v1.04
nebousuru  Account Info
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thx i'll try it this weekend

Reply to this comment    15 November 2006, 06:42 GMT
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