Wed 18 Jul 2012
SlickEdit supports several C, C++, and Java compilers out-of-the-box, and will attempt to locate your installed compilers at startup. For other languages, or for those cases where a compiler is not detected, you can configure SlickEdit to add support for the compiler. This video tutorial demonstrates how to configure support for the NQC (Not Quite C) compiler.
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- Creating a new compiler configuration
- Specifying a compiler configuration header file
- Tagging the compiler header directories
- Creating a starter project
- Configuring the project to use a different compiler
- Modifying build/compile commands
- Adding new source files to the project
- Customizing SlickEdit’s error parsing to detect error messages in the build output
- Using the Regex Evaluator to create and test a regular expression