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Unitron Update

Discussion in 'Announcements' started by Joachim_Ante, Jun 30, 2006.

  1. Joachim_Ante

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    For those who are using the Unitron text editor.

    There was a small bug in Unitron that shipped with 1.5, which makes scripts always recompile twice. (Once when saving, once when going into unity)

    We will have this fixed with 1.5.1 but might as well get a fixed version of Unitron.app out now.

    Just replace the Unitron.app (next to Unity) with the one in this archive.
     

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  2. Morgan

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    Thanks! I hadn't noticed.

    By the way, FWIW I reported the TextWrangler problem to Bare Bones Software, and they insist the problem must lie with Unity or with my computer.

    I like TextWrangler (it's basically a new version of BBEdit Lite), and it's free... but here's what happens when you have TW specified as Unity's editor: You double-click a script in Unity and TW simply opens a blank window, not the actual script. Meanwhile, the script opens in Unity's internal window.

    Could this just be my system? Any other TW users out there?
     
  3. podperson

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    I use TextWrangler (and BBEdit Lite and BBEdit before it) but not for Unity. For Unity I am currently using the integrated editor. But there's always Smultron (free), SubEthaEdit (not really free, but cheap), and TextMate (not free, but cheap). On Windows I use SciTE (also free) which is quirky in minor respects but amazingly good in almost all others.

    Of the editors mentioned, I think Smultron is probably the best all round. I speak here as someone old enough to have used and loathed both vi and emacs.
     
  4. Morgan

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    I like the included Unitron just fine too. And TextWrangler works with Unity, you just have to drag each script from the Project list to the TW icon, instead of double-clicking.

    (How different is Unitron from Smultron?)
     
  5. Jonathan Czeck

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    Have you tried selecting the text editor used in the Unity preferences?
     
  6. Morgan

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    Yes. It doesn't work. The preference is accepted or it wouldn't switch to TW and open a blank document. But opening a blank doc is not what you want :)
     
  7. mjjw

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    I've used Smultron once or twice and although I've probably not explored all the features I'd say the majority of the differences are that one starts with Smul and the other starts with Uni.
     
  8. Joachim_Ante

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    Regarding the textwrangler thing. This is definately their bug. It used to work on previous versions of textwrangler and then with one textwrangler update it just broke, don't remember which one that was.
     
  9. taumel

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    Oh i just have noticed the unitron update - thanks! Another DejaVu eliminated... :O)
     
  10. Morgan

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    Thanks. Back to you, BB!
     
  11. Talzor

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    Just saw the post. Thanks Joe, this have been driving me crazy for the past to weeks!
     
  12. Eric5h5

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    Nice 6+ year thread bump.... However, you're not even talking about Unitron, which is pretty fast (will handle thousands of lines without slowing noticeably), you're talking about MonoDevelop.

    --Eric
     
  13. diese440

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    Yes, Unitron is still very useful !
     
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    6 years man? That beats my record!

    As for Unitron, it does the job.
     
  15. Ayrik

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    Must have been a spam account and was deleted, because there was a post before his at some point he was responding to.
     
  16. DougMcFarlane

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    Ok, that explains Eric's post, I just thought he was hearing things . . . :confused:
     
  17. jashan

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    Yup! That was funny! Ghosts from the past all around ;-)
     
  18. Eric5h5

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    The person appears to have deleted the post. I could undelete it, but I'd rather pretend to be hearing things. ;)

    --Eric
     
  19. mutazalhawash

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    what is Unitron ?
     
  20. Eric5h5

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    Read the first line in the first post in this topic.

    --Eric
     
  21. AaronC

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    Its the app we use for scripting on Mac because of performance issues with MonoDevelop.
     
  22. deram_scholzara

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