Good source code formatter for Summer '87 code

Good source code formatter for Summer '87 code

Post by Scott Coff » Thu, 12 May 2005 00:36:15



Like it or not, I've just become responsible for a POS application
written in Summer '87. I know I will need to eventually upgrade to
the latest version, but for now I'm just trying to get organized.
First order of business is to make the code a bit more readable. Can
anyone recommend a good source code formatter?
 
 
 

Good source code formatter for Summer '87 code

Post by frank van » Thu, 12 May 2005 01:25:38

Hi Scott,




http://www.yqcomputer.com/

best regards,
frank

 
 
 

Good source code formatter for Summer '87 code

Post by Stephen Qu » Thu, 12 May 2005 06:36:05

Scott

Click! from the OASIS (front page)
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

HTH
Steve
 
 
 

Good source code formatter for Summer '87 code

Post by Andy » Thu, 12 May 2005 07:26:34


Scott,


xMate Project Manager includes a built-in configurable source code
formatter.
See: http://www.yqcomputer.com/

Andrew Wos..
 
 
 

Good source code formatter for Summer '87 code

Post by Scott Coff » Thu, 12 May 2005 21:41:54

Thanks for the replies guys. The two development environments look
promising but they're both a bit more than I was looking for right
now. I have a source editor and I figure I'll hold off on setting up
a real development environment for when I get a chance to start
converting off of Summer '87.

Steve, I have heard of Click! before and after rummaging around in
some of my old directories I actually found a copy! Which is good
because the Oasis's FTP site was down. ;-) I'll check out Click!
today.

Scott
 
 
 

Good source code formatter for Summer '87 code

Post by NoJunk_val » Fri, 13 May 2005 07:28:37

On Wed, 11 May 2005 08:41:54 -0400, Scott Coffey < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >



In the absence of your email address...

With respect Scott, only one development environment, xMate, has been
suggested in these public responses to your request for help. The
other suggestions, Snap and Click!, are both one way utilities. They
examine your source code, create reformatted copies, and optionally
create statistics about your application. Snap will probably be of
greater value to you because it can document the use of variables in
quite some detail. Similarly for the dbf, index, mem and frm files
that your application may use.

Feel free to visit again.

Regards,

Ross McKenzie
ValuSoft
Melbourne Australia

valusoft AT optushome DOT com DOT au

So long ... and thanks for all the fish.
 
 
 

Good source code formatter for Summer '87 code

Post by Scott Coff » Tue, 17 May 2005 02:24:45

On Wed, 11 May 2005 22:28:37 GMT, XXXX@XXXXX.COM




I admit I only glanced at Snap. The first page of the docs:

SNAP!
Version 5.0
Documentation and Development System
for FoxPro, dBASE, Clipper,
and Other X-Base Systems

I guess is what threw me. I barely skimmed the index and it looked
like it was a lot more than what I was asking for (just a source code
reformatter for Clipper Summer '87 code) so I didn't give it a
thorough read. I may go back and do that now. Thanks for the heads
up.