DrWimpC version 1.20 released

    raspberry pi risc os   

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The update to DrWimpC contains several bug fixes, and new and updated features, and more StrongHelp documentation.

DrWimpC is a C development tool for RISC OS computers (including Raspberry PI) with RISC OS 4 or higher. A summary of changes include:

  •  Completed New StrongHelp Manual Part 1.
  •  Integrated use of the F1 key as a standard help button in DrWimpC library.
  •  Allow application’s to output *StrongHelp help commands.
  •  Fixed a bug in the DrWimpC library’s own dynamic memory heap manager which was causing occasional crashes during a compilation process invoked from !DrWimpC.

New features added:

  1. Veneer functions for an OS_Heap memory allocator.
  2. New function to write syslog messages.
  3. A URL launcher library which is supplied with full source code and some explanatory notes.
  4. The template functions Handlers menu now have categories and function names ticked when the function type is present for a window/icon.

Bug Fixes:

  •  Fixed a new bug in the OLE facility introduced because scrap file names were reused incorrectly.
  •  Fixed a bug in the Defined Menu function handler. This also fixes  the menu handling in the !DrWimpC Shortcuts window.
  •  The Distribution window can now handle resources external to the application being distributed. See the StrongHelp Manual
  •  Fixed a bug in the Data Save handler that caused a corrupt byte to occur in the middle of the derived file type string.
  •  Improved the Template function header file generator, and the compiler make file generator, corrected the !DrWimpC dcdatamsgs file.
  •  Introduced a new Link Name facility to make Template Object Libraries more useful.
  •  Fixed minor bugs in the Defined Menu colour dialogue and View menu option and handler naming facility..
  •  The Temporary header file definitions in DRW/drwTemph have been placed into the main header file drwwh.h.

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