Re: [win32forth] Re: new release 6.14.01
- On 31 Aug 2010 at 8:36, George wrote:
> The code appears to be V6.15.01ok done. I created a new setup with the code from the 6.14 branch.
> V6.14 is in a branch of the cvs, not the main branch. You need to
> create a new folder (I use a V6.14 sub-folder) and do a cvs
> checkout. Select the second tab (Revision) and then the second
> radio button(Choose branch or tag) then select V614xx from the list
> (Branch or tag name:).
It can be found here:
And I created a setup with the code from the main branch, too.
I modified this on, so that there is no need to rebuild the complete
system during the setup process any more. The download will be
a little bit larger, but that shouldn't be a problem.
w32f61401.exe is 5,5MB
w32f61500.exe is 6,9MB
- On 31 Aug 2010 at 18:15, George wrote:
>well, the IDE seems to be very unstable at the moment. I'm having a
> --- In email@example.com, "Dirk Busch" <dirk.yahoo@...> wrote:
> > ok, but are there big differences between the main branch and the
> > 6.14 branch?
> > >
> > > George
> > Dirk
> Yes, there's experimental code to fix the problem with RECURSE being
> used with :NONAME and increasing the number of locals to 16. Also
> Ezra added some changes to the IDE and Jos has added a few as well.
> Since these are new they should all go through the normal
> developement process so we can be reasonably sure they're stable.
lot of crashes, at the moment. Mostly when using the "Find Text in
So it was a good idear not to use this Version for the setup.
- On 1 Sep 2010 at 9:30, Dirk Busch wrote:
> And I created a setup with the code from the main branch, too.Hm, I forgot, that w32f is storing absolute file paths in the header.
> I modified this on, so that there is no need to rebuild the complete
> system during the setup process any more. The download will be
> a little bit larger, but that shouldn't be a problem.
> w32f61401.exe is 5,5MB
> w32f61500.exe is 6,9MB
Rebuilding the system during setup is a must at the moment.
So the w32f61500.exe setup is badly broken.