Posts filed under 'Code Crusader'

Next release of Code Crusader

We haven’t set a date for the next release of Code Crusader, but I just updated the feature list, and it’s growing nicely.

Add comment July 21st, 2007

Xinerama

I finally got a chance to try out a dual-monitor Linux machine using Xinerama. With a bit of help from sample source in xscreensaver, I managed to fix JX so modal dialogs are not sliced down the middle by the space between monitors. The next release of Code Crusader and Code Medic will benefit from this.

Add comment April 16th, 2007

Running remotely over SSH

If you are having trouble running Code Crusader or Code Medic over SSH, try using the -Y option. This was recently added, and the latest versions of SSH require it to successfully tunnel X connections.

Add comment January 28th, 2007

Code Crusader 5.2.1

Code Crusader 5.2.1 is now available for download. This is a free bug fix upgrade for anybody who has bought version 5.x.

Add comment November 20th, 2006

Code Crusader 5.2

Code Crusader 5.2 is now available. This is a free upgrade for users of Code Crusader 5.0 and up. To get the full benefit of the changes, you need to install ctags 5.6.0-4, which is included in the package.

You can download it from here.

You can view the changes here.

Add comment October 4th, 2006

Code Crusader 5.1.1

Code Crusader 5.1.1 is now available. This is a free upgrade for users of Code Crusader 5.0 and up. To get the full benefit of the changes, you need to install ctags 5.6.0-3, which is included in the package.

You can download it from here.

You can view the changes here.

Add comment July 3rd, 2006

Code Crusader 5.1

Code Crusader 5.1 is finally finished. In case you haven’t noticed, the release schedule is a bit faster than it has been in recent years. :)

You can read about the changes here. One noteworthy improvement is that it now runs on Cygwin!

This release is free for those who have purchased version 5.0. Simply log in to your account on the Downloads page.

Add comment June 11th, 2006

CVS support in Code Crusader

I finally found the time to finish implementing the new CVS tab in the “Compare files” dialog. It provides the same options as cvs diff. For a single file, the results are displayed the usual way. For a directory, it currently displays the raw output of cvs diff. Ideally, it would display this in a list so you could double click to view the details for any particular file, but that will have to wait for a later release.

We’re planning to move to Subversion soon. Support for svn diff will surely follow quickly. :)

Add comment December 26th, 2005

Progress on Code Crusader

Ever since I started using CVS, I’ve been kicking myself for several old design choices:

  • Putting too much junk in the .jcc file
  • Not tracking whether or not the .jcc file really needs to be saved
  • Not making the .jcc file line based so I can get something useful out of CVS diff

Over Thanksgiving, I finally got around to cleaning this up. The .jcc file is now line based, and all the local settings, like window positions, have now been moved to a new .jup file. This clears the way for tracking whether or not the .jcc file needs to be saved — my next weekend project — which in turn will tell me whether or not I really need to check it out from CVS. (I always configure CVS so I only get write permission after I run cvs edit. This makes it easy to find the files that I have changed, especially since Code Crusader now displays the write permission in the project window! :) )

*.jup can now be added to .cvsignore, just like *.jst. They are both tied to the specific machine on which the code is stored.

Add comment November 29th, 2005


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