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    Discussion regarding the Eiffel programming language and various supporting tools.
  • Oct 29
    Re: [eiffel-users] Awesome Eiffel
    From the viewpoint of the marketplace—I am seeing directly that in a direct comparison between Windows and Linux, Windows has a 90% market share to 10% for Linux. So, with limited resources, profit, and customer-base, attempting to make My Ching fly on all Linux distro's is a futile and
  • Oct 29
    Re: [eiffel-users] Awesome Eiffel
    On Wed, 28 Oct 2020 18:53:56 +0000 Finnian Reilly wrote: > Unfortunately My Ching has not been commercially successful enough to > justify spending the extra time necessary to make it installable on > every flavor/version of Linux. Well, considering it is share-ware
  • Oct 28
    Re: File not found (Raspberry Pi)
    welcome! On Wednesday, October 28, 2020 at 10:11:43 AM UTC-4 jjj wrote: > Must have been something else. This problem is fixed. Thanks Larry > > > On Wednesday, October 28, 2020 at 4:36:23 AM UTC-6, Larry Rix wrote: >> >> Do you need a "/" on the front of "/dev/mem"? >> >> Is this a full-path or
  • Oct 28
    Re: [eiffel-users] Awesome Eiffel
    Maybe My Ching application (http://myching.software/en/home/my-ching.html) written in Eiffel can be included as example of real-world usage of the language (although, personally, I was not lucky to make it running on my desktop). Unfortunately My Ching has not been commercially successful enough
  • Oct 28
    Re: [eiffel-users] Awesome Eiffel
    Thanks Sasa - I have added My Ching. Not only is it a cool piece of software, having commercial apps built in Eiffel is a great selling point :) More of those! Thank you for the mention Sasa. I might add the that the myching.software online-store also runs on Eiffel, including the database, page
  • Oct 28
    Re: File not found (Raspberry Pi)
    Must have been something else. This problem is fixed. Thanks Larry On Wednesday, October 28, 2020 at 4:36:23 AM UTC-6, Larry Rix wrote: > > Do you need a "/" on the front of "/dev/mem"? > > Is this a full-path or relative? If relative and you're running from > F_code, then it may not be running
  • Oct 28
    Re: File not found (Raspberry Pi)
    Do you need a "/" on the front of "/dev/mem"? Is this a full-path or relative? If relative and you're running from F_code, then it may not be running in the correct folder. If this ought to be a full-path reference, then is the "/" or even "~/" required on the front?
  • Oct 28
    Re: [eiffel-users] Awesome Eiffel
    Thanks Sasa - I have added My Ching. Not only is it a cool piece of software, having commercial apps built in Eiffel is a great selling point :) More of those! Cheers Seamus On Wednesday, 28 October 2020 at 08:33:38 UTC sjan...@gmail.com wrote: > On Tue, 27 Oct 2020 15:08:18 -0700 (PDT) >
  • Oct 28
    Re: [eiffel-users] Awesome Eiffel
    On Tue, 27 Oct 2020 15:08:18 -0700 (PDT) Seamus Brady wrote: > Again, if anyone spots anything wrong , please let me know. Maybe My Ching application (http://myching.software/en/home/my-ching.html) written in Eiffel can be included as example of real-world usage of the
  • Oct 27
    Re: [eiffel-users] Awesome Eiffel
    Hi folks I have added Gobosoft and Eiffel Loop as well as amalgamating many other suggestions. My apologies to anyone I left out, there is no intentional bias or any judgement on specific resources, just my own ignorance! Again, if anyone spots anything wrong , please let me know. Cheers
  • Oct 27
    Re: [eiffel-users] Awesome Eiffel
    Ok, thanks. On Tue, Oct 27, 2020 at 3:46 PM Eric Bezault wrote: > On 27/10/2020 19:56, Larry Rix wrote: > > Absolutely, do not forget Gobo! > > > > BTW—Eric—are there parts of Gobo that are not delivered as a part of > > EiffelStudio? > > I think that everything is included
  • Oct 27
    Eiffel macports
    Hi, I have updated the macports eiffelstudio package. I noticed a few things: 1) The 20.05 Porter Package seems to be broken. The compile_exes script does not put the ec and ecb binaries into the spec/macosx-x68-64/bin folder. This seems to be fixed in the 104739 version from ftp://ftp.eiffel.
  • Oct 27
    Re: [eiffel-users] Awesome Eiffel
    I think that everything is included in the EiffelStudio package, although not necessarily the very latest version of Gobo. -- Eric Bezault mailto:er...@gobosoft.com http://www.gobosoft.com
  • Oct 27
    Re: [eiffel-users] Awesome Eiffel
    Absolutely, do not forget Gobo! BTW—Eric—are there parts of Gobo that are not delivered as a part of EiffelStudio?
  • Oct 27
    Re: [eiffel-users] Awesome Eiffel
    Thank you Gachoud for giving Eiffel-Loop a mention thinking about that, LOOP is also a good source maybe to include.... https://github.com/finnianr/eiffel-loop http://eiffel-loop.com/ Hope I'm not wrong mentioning it Why would you be wrong to mention it? Is there some conspiracy? It may not
  • Oct 27
    Re: [eiffel-users] Awesome Eiffel
    thinking about that, LOOP is also a good source maybe to include.... https://github.com/finnianr/eiffel-loop http://eiffel-loop.com/ Hope I'm not wrong mentioning it On Tue, Oct 27, 2020 at 2:38 PM Eric Bezault wrote: > I see no mention of Gobo. Perhaps you should have a
  • Oct 27
    Re: [eiffel-users] Awesome Eiffel
    I see no mention of Gobo. Perhaps you should have a look at: http://www.gobosoft.com/ https://github.com/gobo-eiffel/gobo -- Eric Bezault mailto:er...@gobosoft.com http://www.gobosoft.com On 27/10/2020 11:09, Seamus Brady wrote: > Hi folks > > Excuse the impertinence of someone new to
  • Oct 27
    File not found (Raspberry Pi)
    When running from EiffelStudio feature `c_open_dev' (below) seems to work, but when running from the F_Code directory from command line (with sudo or not), it cannot find "dev/mem" or "dev/gpiomem". What am I missing about the call to open()? $PATH when EiffelStudio started: /home/pi/jj_eiffe
  • Oct 27
    Re: Awesome Eiffel
    Thanks Larry - if you can suggest anything that I have missed or if you spot anything I have added incorrectly, please open an issue and/or pull request on the repo. That would be brilliant. I am not as familiar with the Eiffel ecosystem as some people here (understatement!) so I expect there
  • Oct 27
    Re: How to choose the right EiffelStudio release?
    Hey Jimmy! Yeah—but what happens is that somewhere along the line, EiffeStudio munges the meta-data controlling the IDE layout and corrupts it to where the only way back is to delete the meta-data files in the %APP_DATA%. Otherwise, you can use it for days and weeks of running. It's that stable!
  • Oct 27
    Re: [eiffel-users] Re: Awesome Eiffel
    Cool. it is a very useful and demanded resource! Maksim вт, 27 окт. 2020 г., 16:55 Larry Rix : > YEAH MAN!!!! GO FOR IT!!!! > > We appreciate you doing this so very much! How can I help you? I would > love to collaborate on your GitHib resource! > > > On Tuesday,
  • Oct 27
    Re: [eiffel-users] Awesome Eiffel
    On Tue, 27 Oct 2020 03:09:45 -0700 (PDT) Seamus Brady wrote: > Excuse the impertinence of someone new to the language, but I was > trying to collect together resources for my own learning of Eiffel. I > decided it would be better to collect them all into an awesome list, >
  • Oct 27
    Re: Awesome Eiffel
    YEAH MAN!!!! GO FOR IT!!!! We appreciate you doing this so very much! How can I help you? I would love to collaborate on your GitHib resource! On Tuesday, October 27, 2020 at 8:49:31 AM UTC-4 corv...@gmail.com wrote: > Hi folks > > Excuse the impertinence of someone new to the language, but I
  • Oct 27
    Re: C library for WrapC
    On Monday, October 26, 2020 at 10:25:51 AM UTC-3 sjan...@gmail.com wrote: > On Tue, 14 Jan 2020 04:32:21 -0800 (PST) > javier hector wrote: > > > > > If you can share the list of C libraries that you want to wrap, I > > > > can help you get started with them, > > > > > >
  • Oct 27
    Awesome Eiffel
    Hi folks Excuse the impertinence of someone new to the language, but I was trying to collect together resources for my own learning of Eiffel. I decided it would be better to collect them all into an awesome list, as is the common practise in other programming language communities: https://gith
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