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Re: QtSphere IDE (working title) 0.2
Reply #30

(I need to learn not to pollute the global scope like that...)


That's easy, just use modules (.mjs).  Any `var`s at top level are local to the module, and you have to explicitly make stuff global by:

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global.pigEatinessLevel = 812812;


Same is true for scripts loaded with `require()` (which applies to the main file as well when the version in game.json is >=2).
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Re: QtSphere IDE (working title) 0.2
Reply #31
Is there a difference between mjs and js modules? I tend to not use the global variable.

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Re: QtSphere IDE (working title) 0.2
Reply #32
.mjs runs in strict mode by default and lets you use import/export for modules, which is much cleaner (less boilerplate) than CommonJS modules.  For example:
https://github.com/fatcerberus/spectacles-i/blob/master/src/inGameClock.mjs

Because Duktape doesn't support ES6 natively yet though, you need to use Cell.
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Re: QtSphere IDE (working title) 0.2
Reply #33
Ah, I've never actually used Cell. If I want advanced Class stuff, I use TypeScript. Though even then, I don't use it very much, because using the usual
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var ClassThingy = function(a,b) {
    this.a = a;
    this.b = b;
}

ClassThingy.prototype.setA = function(newa) {
    this.a = newa;
}

// etc etc
module.export.ClassThingy = ClassThingy;


has always been good enough for me.
  • Last Edit: June 14, 2017, 04:15:23 pm by Eggbert

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Re: QtSphere IDE (working title) 0.2
Reply #34
Cell actually uses TypeScript as its transpiler (type-related stuff is disabled though) :)  Fun fact: TS is just standard ECMA JavaScript + extensions.
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Re: QtSphere IDE (working title) 0.2
Reply #35
Strong(er) typing was part of the reason I like it. And I already know that it's a superset of JavaScript. I've messed with it a little bit before.

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Re: QtSphere IDE (working title) 0.2
Reply #36
I wanted to enable typing originally, but it requires compiling all sources together (changing one file recompiles the entire program), and Duktape is way too slow for it (type checking slows down the compilation a LOT).  The tradeoff was necessary, sadly.
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For the sake of our continued health I very much hope that Fat Cerberus does not become skilled enough at whatever arcane art it would require to cause computers to spawn enourmous man eating pigs ~Rhuan

Re: QtSphere IDE (working title) 0.2
Reply #37
That's fine, I doubt it would take a lot of effort to automate that. And of course I could make it easy to do that with QSI.

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Re: QtSphere IDE (working title) 0.2
Reply #38
Completely missed that Github link in your signature! I'll also add it to the top post if that's okay.



(I need to learn not to pollute the global scope like that...)


That's easy, just use modules (.mjs).  Any `var`s at top level are local to the module, and you have to explicitly make stuff global by:

Code: (javascript) [Select]

global.pigEatinessLevel = 812812;


Same is true for scripts loaded with `require()` (which applies to the main file as well when the version in game.json is >=2).

Thanks, that looks very nice and clean. :)
  • Last Edit: June 15, 2017, 08:58:15 am by DaVince

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Re: QtSphere IDE (working title) 0.2.3
Reply #39
I can't seem to build this successfully. Despite having installed libqt5scintilla2-dev in Ubuntu, which is supposed to be the source code for qscintilla-qt5, it errors out with this:

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g++ -m64 -Wl,-O1 -o QtSphereIDE main.o mainwindow.o aboutdialog.o util.o modifiedfilesdialog.o config.o settingswindow.o mapfile.o spherefile.o qrc_qsires.o moc_mainwindow.o moc_aboutdialog.o moc_modifiedfilesdialog.o moc_settingswindow.o moc_mapfile.o moc_spherefile.o   -L/usr/X11R6/lib64 -lqscintilla2_qt5 -lQt5Widgets -lQt5Gui -lQt5Core -lGL -lpthread 
/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lqscintilla2_qt5
collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
Makefile:167: recipe for target 'QtSphereIDE' failed
make: *** [QtSphereIDE] Error 1

Re: QtSphere IDE (working title) 0.2.3
Reply #40
That's weird, I'm having a similar problem on Ubuntu, but not Arch or Windows.

Open QtSphereIDE.pro and replace
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unix:LIBS += -lqscintilla2_qt5

with
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unix:LIBS += -lqt5scintilla2



Re: QtSphere IDE (working title) 0.2.3
Reply #41
Never mind, just pull the changes from the GitHub repo, that should fix it.

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Re: QtSphere IDE (working title) 0.2.3
Reply #42
Thanks! I gotta say, the interface looks really clean so far. And I like that you based it off of Sphere Studio.

Re: QtSphere IDE (working title) 0.2.3
Reply #43
That was the idea from the start, basing the UI on Sphere Studio, with my own changes based on personal preferences.

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Re: QtSphere IDE (working title) 0.2.3
Reply #44
Is there an easy way to build this without doing a unix style install of QScintilla?

(I try to keep my mac's unix-y folders /usr /sys etc clean of any extras - as it gets very hard to know what I've changed if I start putting things in them)