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Addon: annPEGCC for AnnotatePrint


PortablE LogoChris Handley announced the release of the first version of his helpfull tool annPEGCC.

Chris (who is also the developer behind PortablE) developed annPEGCC to make easy compilation for PortablE sources possible for users who uses the Annotate Editor (starting from version 3.0.1).

Chris provided an archive, which also includes a toolmenu installation script so that the compilation commands can automatically be added to the Annotate editor tools menu.

Users who do not like to use the shell would really benefit from this new nifty tool from Chris, but also people who like to be able to compile their PortablE-sources with just a push of a button.

Be sure to read the accompanied readme in the archive. Since the behaviour of the tool is very new and is the first release, Chris would also be very gratefull if you could let him know if the tool work for you or not. You can let him know in this thread.

And if that isn't enough, Chris also provided the PortablE sources of the annPEGCC tool, so if you think you can make things better then you have all the information available to do so. If you made any improvements then please inform Chris about it so he can incorporate those improvements in a new release.

Download: annPEGCC for Annotate (79 KB)

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