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Old 11-18-2020 , 07:25   Re: SPCode - Fork of SPEdit
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Why don't we port this to .NET Core ? That way, it would work on Linux and Mac OS !
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Old 11-18-2020 , 17:53   Re: SPCode - Fork of SPEdit
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Why don't we port this to .NET Core ? That way, it would work on Linux and Mac OS !
Is it possible without too much trouble?
EDIT: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/core/porting/
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Old 11-19-2020 , 04:08   Re: SPCode - Fork of SPEdit
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Is it possible without too much trouble?
EDIT: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/core/porting/
Yeah, I did it. I still have like 16 errors to fix. But yeah, it's definitly possible with Core 3.0 / 3.1. All dependencies support Core too.

EDIT: It's fixed now.

EDIT2: Also, I am a retard. The whole interface has to be written using Maui or Avalonia. WPF (Windows Presentation Framework) does not work on anything else than... Windows. But at least, it compiles in .NET Core (3.1) now..
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Old 12-02-2020 , 10:16   Re: SPCode - Fork of SPEdit
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Yeah, I did it. I still have like 16 errors to fix. But yeah, it's definitly possible with Core 3.0 / 3.1. All dependencies support Core too.

EDIT: It's fixed now.

EDIT2: Also, I am a retard. The whole interface has to be written using Maui or Avalonia. WPF (Windows Presentation Framework) does not work on anything else than... Windows. But at least, it compiles in .NET Core (3.1) now..
A project for the future!
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Old 02-14-2021 , 16:39   Re: SPCode - Fork of SPEdit
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Very good, fixes all major problems SPEdit had!
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Old 02-23-2021 , 01:13   Re: SPCode - Fork of SPEdit
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I'm compiling a list with the most significative changes SPCode has received since the latest update from the developer(s):

As of 1.7.1.0:
  • Updater received a facelift, now containing the new version's number and prettier changelog
  • Fixed updater to be less prone to errors in the future
  • BAILOPAN's Lysis decompiler has been replaced with peace-maker's powerful and updated Java port
  • Implemented a compact, complete and clean Java detection and installation solution to enable plugin decompilation
  • Object Browser's top buttons improved, added a scripting directory combo box at the bottom to browse through all defined directories in the currently selected config
  • Attempted to fix scripting directories proper detection and usage not working properly
  • Replaced scripting directory's text box selection with a cleaner list box at the configs window
  • The program can now be installed anywhere without any problems (that we currently know of)
  • Tons of small visual and user experience improvements such as animations, translations, extra information, crash fixes and more.

To check the full changelogs, check out the releases pages.
Don't hesitate to help us make SPCode grow and improve by sending your issues!
Join our brand new SPCode Community Discord Server, to keep in better touch with us!
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