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Author:  NaNdummy [ Sat Mar 10, 2012 4:58 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Real Studio Developer Tools

At the beginning, it was a fun project, but now I will expand it. More WebStyles, FREE to use. I will make a pro version soon with more controls, tons of code, remote tools and so on.
The pro version will cost around 0.99$ (I dont want much money). Maybe I will create a desktop clone later. The file is on http://www.realstudiodevspot.com/.

Edit: Added another download link: http://adf.ly/1547956/rb-stylepacks for the code, http://adf.ly/1547956/rb-stylepack-example for the example or the font which you need to use it.

Edit 2: Just updated it. The links should stay the same. For more informations, go to the website on webstylepack.tk. Sorry for the ads, I will delete them if I release the pro version.
Btw, there will be a free update soon! All new features on webstylepack.tk.
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Any ideas? PM me here or at http://realstudiodevspot.com/

Author:  simulanics [ Sat Mar 10, 2012 3:27 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Real Studio Developer Tools

NaNdummy wrote:
At the beginning, it was a fun project, but now I will expand it. More WebStyles, FREE to use. I will make a pro version soon with more controls, tons of code, remote tools and so on.
The pro version will cost around 0.99$ (I dont want much money). Maybe I will create a desktop clone later. The file is currently uploading, will be soon there on http://www.realstudiodevspot.com/.

Edit: Added another download link: http://adf.ly/1547956/rb-stylepacks for the code, http://adf.ly/1547956/rb-stylepack-example for the example or the font which you need to use it.

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Any ideas? PM me here or at http://realstudiodevspot.com/


The download at realstudiodvspot.com was approved :-) great work! :-)

Author:  NaNdummy [ Wed Mar 21, 2012 8:17 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Real Studio Developer Tools

Where is the plugin list? I would really like it :( I know one over at realstudiodevspot.com, but all of them are free :(

Author:  simulanics [ Mon Mar 26, 2012 8:50 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Real Studio Developer Tools

All development tools at http://www.realstudiodevspot.com are meant to be free. :-) Planning to update the rest of the site this coming weekend. Tried a script to import the thousand something code snippets from the old site but it got hungup midway...so guess its back to the good old key-entering method :-) Have all the new lessons and plugin tutorials to post as well..along with remove all the garbage rbgarage posts that are no longer existent/obsolete (Have updated the old codes as well for rs2011. As far as the rest of the sites, a mirror of each of them has been generated to prevent any further "downloadable" material from becoming lost to the net and time. :-) As always...anyone and everyone is available to post their development tools and code there as well.

Author:  charonn0 [ Sun May 27, 2012 6:46 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Real Studio Developer Tools

BSLib is a collection of miscellaneous code, mostly centering around Win32 declares. Some of the more handy functions are:

Create NTFS hard/soft links and shortcuts
Enumerate and access NTFS alternate data streams
Detect the bus type of a given disk volume (e.g. BusUSB, BusATA)
Locate the first file to match a given name on the system search path
Replace files atomically or schedule replacements on the next system reboot.
Get and set file attributes (archive, system, compressed, encrypted, read only, hidden)
Delete a file on the next reboot
Get a folderitem to the default application for a filename extension.
Exclusively lock and unlock folderitems
Get a TextOutPutStream to a file with specific parameters to CreateFile (e.g. special permissions)
Truncate any folderitem to 0 bytes (faster than deleting for large files that you plan on reusing)
Extract EXE/DLL icon resources to RB pictures
Detect LAN and Internet availability
Check the availability of a particular network location (website, network share, etc.)
Send an ICMP Ping packet to a given host.
Crash Windows (BSOD) if your app quits
Enable, disable and drop security privileges from an RB app's token
Send commands directly to device drivers with DeviceIoControl (buggy)
Shut down, reboot, and log off Windows
Detect the current status of UAC (User Account Control; enabled/disable status, visualization status, detection of "setup.exe" files)
Detect the current boot mode (Normal, safe mode, safe mode with networking)
Capture any region of the screen
Query Explorer settings (e.g. confirm delete, show hidden files, etc.)
Query the OS version, username, administrator status and other system properties
Adjust process affinity and priority
Query the battery/AC power state as well as the battery's estimated remaining charge
More granular control of console output in Win32 console apps (colors!)
Resolve relative path names to absolute path names
Tokenize any string while respecting quotes (e.g. for command lines)
Format degrees, Hz, and bytes in their SI representation

Author:  Karen [ Sun May 27, 2012 9:21 pm ]
Post subject:  Merged Cells Listbox

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Author:  NaNdummy [ Mon May 28, 2012 3:20 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Merged Cells Listbox

Karen wrote:
I just updated my Merged Cells Listbox for a bug RS introduced in 2011R4.
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Great work!

Author:  ktekinay [ Mon May 28, 2012 9:34 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Real Studio Developer Tools

It was great meeting you at Real World Paul. As you can probably tell, I'm catching up on the forums now.

You can find a number of tools on my web site at:

http://www.mactechnologies.com/index.php?page=downloads

Specifically:

    - RegExRX, a regular expression development tool. (Shareware)
    - M_RegExRX, a class that will let you use RegExRX documents directly in your project as a regular expression. (Freeware)
    - Data-On-Demand ListBox, a ListBox subclass that will allow you to display thousands or millions of rows instantly. (Shareware)
    - M_Random, a module that allows access to cryptographically strong random numbers. (Freeware)
    - M_String, a module of string utilities similar to Joe Strout's StringUtils, but with more functions. (Freeware)
    - Wnd_HelpTagDisabler, a Window subclass that allows you to quickly disable and enable the help tags of all controls on a window. (Freeware)

Author:  NaNdummy [ Mon May 28, 2012 9:56 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Real Studio Developer Tools

ktekinay wrote:
It was great meeting you at Real World Paul. As you can probably tell, I'm catching up on the forums now.

You can find a number of tools on my web site at:

http://www.mactechnologies.com/index.php?page=downloads

Specifically:

    - RegExRX, a regular expression development tool. (Shareware)
    - M_RegExRX, a class that will let you use RegExRX documents directly in your project as a regular expression. (Freeware)
    - Data-On-Demand ListBox, a ListBox subclass that will allow you to display thousands or millions of rows instantly. (Shareware)
    - M_Random, a module that allows access to cryptographically strong random numbers. (Freeware)
    - M_String, a module of string utilities similar to Joe Strout's StringUtils, but with more functions. (Freeware)
    - Wnd_HelpTagDisabler, a Window subclass that allows you to quickly disable and enable the help tags of all controls on a window. (Freeware)

Nice! You can upload the freeware to realstudiodevspot.com (by Matthew Combatti alias simulanics, a very good programmer!)

Author:  Paul Lefebvre [ Mon Jun 04, 2012 11:26 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Real Studio Developer Tools

I've created a section of the Documentation wiki for both Third Party Products and Community Resources:

Third Party Products

Community Resources

General guidelines: If you have an actual product (free or paid) with its own web site or web page, then I will likely include it on the Third Party Products page. If you have a blog, tutorials or code samples then I will likely include it on the Community Resources page.

I still have to go back through this thread to make sure I've included all the great stuff mentioned here. Feel free to let me know about anything I've missed.

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