Re: Updated EdSharp

This one only works with C-like languages, including C, C++, C#, Java, and JavaScript. If anyone comes across other, free code beautifiers that they would like to integrate into EdSharp's functionality, give me the web address of the program and I will look into it.


Jamal


On 5/30/2010 3:02 PM, Alex Hall wrote:
I am curious about this formatting option. Anything to do with Python?

On 5/30/10, Donald Marang<donald.marang@xxxxxxxxx>  wrote:
Thanks for the update!

Don Marang

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From: "Jamal Mazrui"<empower@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, May 30, 2010 1:00 PM
To:<programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Updated EdSharp

I just posted an update at the usual URL

http://EmpowermentZone.com/edsetup.exe

(Or use F11 to elevate)

The optional JAWS scripts for EdSharp have also been updated, so you may
wish to check that option at the end of installation if you are using
JAWS.

Please let me know if you encounter problems with the following
enhancements.

EdSharp now uses the latest version of the .NET Framework available,
trying version 4, 3.5, 3.0, and then 2.0.

If you choose the C# or VB.NET compiler with Control+Shift+F5, then
compiling with Control+F5 uses the latest command-line compiler available.

So, you can use C# 4.0 syntax, for example, as in the fruit basket example

below.

A new command is called Format Code, Control+4.  It arranges indentation
and other stylistic conventions of C-like languages, using the Uncrustify
utility from

http://uncrustify.sourceforge.net/

Jamal
/*
    content of cs4_fruit.cs
    Fruit Basket program in C# 4.0
    Public domain by Jamal Mazrui
    May 30, 2010
  */

// Import namespaces
using System;
using System.Windows.Forms;

// Define class
class FruitBasket {

// Define entry point of program
static void Main() {
// Create controls;
var tlp = new TableLayoutPanel {ColumnCount = 3, RowCount = 2};
var lblFruit = new Label {Text = "&Fruit:"};
var txtFruit = new TextBox();
var btnAdd = new Button {Text = "&Add"};
var lblBasket = new Label {Text = "&Basket:"};
var lstBasket = new ListBox();
var btnDelete = new Button {Text = "&Delete"};

// Define Add event handler;
btnAdd.Click += (o, e) =>  {
var sFruit = txtFruit.Text.Trim();
if (sFruit == "") MessageBox.Show("No fruit to add!", "Alert");
else {
lstBasket.Items.Add(sFruit);
txtFruit.Clear();
lstBasket.SelectedIndex = lstBasket.Items.Count - 1;
}
};

// Define Delete event handler;
btnDelete.Click += (o,e) =>  {
var iFruit = lstBasket.SelectedIndex;
if (iFruit == -1) MessageBox.Show("No fruit to delete!", "Alert");
else {
lstBasket.Items.RemoveAt(iFruit);
if (iFruit == lstBasket.Items.Count) iFruit--;
lstBasket.SelectedIndex = iFruit;
}
};

// Finalize dialog;
tlp.Controls.AddRange(new Control[] {lblFruit, txtFruit, btnAdd,
lblBasket, lstBasket, btnDelete});
var dlg = new Form {Text = "Fruit Basket", AcceptButton = btnAdd,
StartPosition = FormStartPosition.CenterScreen, AutoSize = true,
AutoSizeMode = AutoSizeMode.GrowAndShrink};
dlg.Controls.Add(tlp);

// Define closing event handler
dlg.Closing += (o, e) =>  e.Cancel = (MessageBox.Show("Close program?",
"Confirm", MessageBoxButtons.YesNo) == DialogResult.No);
dlg.ShowDialog();
} // Main method
} // FruitBasket class

// End of cs4_fruit.cs
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