Author Topic: Can slickedit's workspace displayed like keil?  (Read 5362 times)

roguebear

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Can slickedit's workspace displayed like keil?
« on: December 06, 2007, 07:30:15 am »
everyone know Slickedit can display workspace like this:
Target
  -Config
      .C8051f.c
      .C8051f.h
      .include.h


but Can slickedit's workspace displayed like keil?

Target
  -Config
       + C8051f.c                   /*  <---- here has a '+' character,it can expend    */
           |...C8051f.h
           |...include.h



Gary

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Re: Can slickedit's workspace displayed like keil?
« Reply #1 on: December 09, 2007, 08:43:40 am »
Keil uVision offers the possibility to display the dependencies for each source file in the project window. SlickEdit does not provide such a view (as far as I am aware of). You have to keep in mind that SlickEdit is not a specific C/ASM IDE - it supports a huge number of languages and dependencies are very specific to some languages - I assume that is the reason why SlickEdit uses the generic approach.

I personally prefer to put the .h files to the project manually - this means I would have a "Config src" and a "Config inc" folder in my .uv2 file - this has also the advantage that the Context Tagging is aware of those files when converting a workspace.

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Gary


roguebear

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Re: Can slickedit's workspace displayed like keil?
« Reply #2 on: December 11, 2007, 05:22:20 am »
I often config the source files in keil by different functions, like that

startup
   .....1.c
Rtx51full
   .....3.c
Main
   .....5.c
AD
  .....6.c
DA
  .....7.c
LCD
  .....8.c

................

So .  That's a bad news for SlickEdit  not provide  the possibility to display the dependencies for each source file in the project window like keil.