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by gbWilly
Thursday 16th January 2020 1:21pm
Forum: General
Topic: update screwed everything up
Replies: 3
Views: 201

Re: update screwed everything up

Hi, Gambas has Private and Public variables. - Private can be used within the Class - Public can be used in and outside a Class Global variables is a term that comes from Visual Basic. And seeing many of us used to program in Visual Basic it is still often used by former Visual Basic developers when...
by gbWilly
Monday 13th January 2020 5:34pm
Forum: General
Topic: update screwed everything up
Replies: 3
Views: 201

Re: update screwed everything up

Hi, 1. You mention Global variables!!! Gambas doesn't have Global variables, so what exactly do you mean? 2. Did your default font type for your OS maybe change? As far as I am aware gb.Report2 has a certain order of checking what font type to use. An other font type might make fonts bigger or small...
by gbWilly
Thursday 09th January 2020 6:05pm
Forum: Lounge
Topic: Packaging Gambas for Debian
Replies: 7
Views: 295

Re: Packaging Gambas for Debian

Hi sholzy, When you manage to package Gambas you might wanna setup your own repo to install from there. Have a look at https://wiki.debian.org/DebianRepository/SetupWithReprepro As a said before, I did this whole process once for Gambas 3.6.2 and setup a repo in an intranet at work to install all th...
by gbWilly
Wednesday 08th January 2020 3:44pm
Forum: Lounge
Topic: Packaging Gambas for Debian
Replies: 7
Views: 295

Re: Packaging Gambas for Debian

Hi, I have no idea if it will work on Debian but this link seems to think that it is not a problem after you install the necessary software. The link mentioned provides a manner to use Ubuntu sources from an Ubuntu version closest to your Debian version and repackage it to debian packages. You might...
by gbWilly
Wednesday 08th January 2020 12:58pm
Forum: Web
Topic: ssh from gambas on linux
Replies: 5
Views: 836

Re: ssh from gambas on linux

Hi seany, Login on a server and install Gambas updates is something is do from within a Gambas GUI application on a client. How did I do this: 1. I wrote a Gambas application that is a socked server command line application (see gb.net) that runs as a root application on a Debian server. 2. I wrote ...
by gbWilly
Wednesday 08th January 2020 12:41pm
Forum: Lounge
Topic: Packaging Gambas for Debian
Replies: 7
Views: 295

Re: Packaging Gambas for Debian

Hi sholzy, To package for Debian you will need to provide a certain directory structure with all files in a certain place. This directory structure comes down to a folder with all gambas source files and in there a folder named debian. In this debian folder you will need all kinds of files being: - ...
by gbWilly
Wednesday 20th November 2019 5:15pm
Forum: General
Topic: Odd Console Warnings
Replies: 5
Views: 399

Re: Odd Console Warnings

Hi issboss, They are warnings, and don't seem to affect the system when I compile to an executable and run it, so I am tempted to simply ignore them by clearing the console before every debug session. I know that doesn't do anything to the actual cause of the warnings though, but being a long-term (...
by gbWilly
Wednesday 20th November 2019 5:08pm
Forum: General
Topic: Action, the class and the property
Replies: 11
Views: 814

Re: Action, the class and the property

Hi, If you want separate events getting triggered by different controls you should have a look at group. You will find it in menu items as well as on controls. https://paste.c-net.org/SufferedFlamingo https://paste.c-net.org/VomitWonderin Say you have a few controls in a group named "Test". Right cl...
by gbWilly
Wednesday 13th November 2019 5:37pm
Forum: General
Topic: Settings
Replies: 4
Views: 458

Re: Settings

Hi cage, Using the users .config folder is a standard location for placing configuration files on Linux systems. This ensures that: 1. every user on the system has a personal configuration file 2. system admins have a standard location to look for in case of trouble shooting a system Not only Gambas...
by gbWilly
Wednesday 23rd October 2019 10:25am
Forum: General
Topic: Object serialization, allowing save and load of class structure data
Replies: 9
Views: 862

Re: Object serialization, allowing save and load of class structure data

Hi Godzilla,

I must say I find this a quite interesting concept you've been working on.
Could you post the application with all added corrections so I can have a closer look at it all.
I might have some good use for it in one of my projects.

And thanks for figuring it all out ;)