1) How to get your Kdevelop to look "pretty" and
HL'ed.
2) How to interface Kedit into WideStudio

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Note: kdevelop uses kate. You are supposed to be able
to select any editor you want, but I use kate.

- Run kdevelop, wait for it to finish opening
- Click settings, configure editor
- On the left, there is a bar menu. select
highlighting
- click download
- scroll down. Make sure you have the latest version
of ruby syntax highlighting. If not, click ruby then
click install.
- close and reopen kdevelop
- click settings, then configure editor again
- click schema on the left. 
- click highlight text styles
- click the dropdown box, select Scripts/ruby
- Now you can change the highlighting colors

By default most of dark, bold, or black. I perfer a
colorful IDE. Again, I use emacs, but I have to know
how to work most popular interface.


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Ok this is fun, we have WSBuilder, and any text editor
will do. (even vi) I will talk how to have a nice text
editor for WideStudio. 
Note: I tried using Kdevelop for the editor, but it
would open a new instance of the IDE. If someone knows
how to call a file in an existing running application
please tell. 

- Open wsbuilder
- click Option(O)
- click Enviroment(E)
- click Enviroments tab
- change the 'source editor' value to 'kate'
- click ok

now you can double click the procedures you created in
'Procedures' tab to attach code.

Kate can open multiple files in 1 window. Use the
Arrow buttons at the top to switch to each file when
opening multiple files.

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David Ross



		
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