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 PostPost subject: BPEdit HTML Editor 1.0 Release *UPDATED FOR 64-BIT*        Posted: Thu Jun 26, 2008 9:09 pm 
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As some of you may remember, several months ago I posted about an HTML Editor I was working on for a few weeks (http://betaarchive.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3519). Well, several days ago, I finished the program. As a gesture towards all of my "friends" here at BETAArchive, I want you all to have the program before I make it generally available (i.e. post it to download.com). The program is freeware and it requires the .Net framework 2.0 or greater.

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You can download BPEdit at the following address(es):
http://www.fileden.com/files/2008/6/26/1977489/BPEditSetup.zip (~620kb)

Thanks for your feedback to everybody who gave it to me!

EDIT: BPEdit has been recompiled to support 64-bit processors and Windows Vista. Download link has been modified to accomodate this change. Your settings from an older version of BPEdit may not be updated in this version.


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Thu Jun 26, 2008 9:56 pm 
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It does not work on my machine ...
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Using Vista x64 SP1 -> Doesn't work

If you are using VS .Net I would verify the "Target Platform" under "Build" is set to "Any CPU". If that doesn't work consider changing the Target Framework to .NET 3/3.5 because it maybe a Vista problem.

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Fri Jun 27, 2008 3:26 am 
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What's wrong with .Net? It's great from the programmer's perspective. It allows rapid development, thanks to the visual side of the tools, and is particularly great for working with HTML as it allows very easy integration of the IE engine to render the page.

Love the app by the way. Great Job :)

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Looks a decent app, but as it's not working on X64, guess I'll have to stick to Notepad2+IE+F5. :D


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hounsell wrote:
What's wrong with .Net? It's great from the programmer's perspective. It allows rapid development, thanks to the visual side of the tools, and is particularly great for working with HTML as it allows very easy integration of the IE engine to render the page.

Love the app by the way. Great Job :)


What's wrong with .NET? The fact that this took 4.7sec to bring up the first window on a first run. I dunno if it's .NET sucking dongs, or if this is just crappy code.

Tested on an AMD64 3000+ 1.8ghz, 1GiB ram, Windows XP Pro 32bit


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What's wrong with .NET? The fact that this took 4.7sec to bring up the first window on a first run. I dunno if it's .NET sucking dongs, or if this is just crappy code.


I wouldn't say it's crappy code- I would say its your crappy computer. And rethink what you wrote- FIRST RUN. It's called initializing and writing settings as well as establishing links with required library files. Once again, think about what you write before you post it 8-)


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Wed Jul 02, 2008 5:21 am 
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I'd like to know what he used to measure the 4.7 seconds. :^)

I'll try this app out later, thanks.


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I'd like to know what he used to measure the 4.7 seconds. :^)

I'll try this app out later, thanks.


Not the best way to measure performance, but without being able to alter code I used Secs, a cheesy VB program that costs $8.


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