Gambas is a graphical development environment based on a Basic interpreter, like Visual Basic. It uses the Qt toolkit, but is able to use any other toolkit that a module is written for.
|Tags||Software Development Interpreters|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
|Implementation||C C++ Gambas|
Release Notes: A new Romanian translation was added and the Czech and Swedish translations were updated. A memory leak that lead to a crash in enumeration management was fixed. Many bugs in TextBox, TextArea, SpinBox, Menu, GridView, ListBox, and ComboBox controls in the GTK+ component were fixed. The Control.MoveScaled method has been fixed. Table existence is correctly checked in the ODBC component. SQLite integer primary keys are better detected.
Release Notes: This version can be compiled correctly on the latest Ubuntu release and other recent distributions. Extern function management has been fixed. Combo-box management has been fixed in both Qt and GTK+ components. Drag & Drop and rich text management have been fixed in the GTK+ component. Greek and Spanish translations have been updated.
Release Notes: This release introduces support for ArchLinux in the IDE packager. Event management and some memory leaks have been fixed in gb.gtk. The SMTP component now better follows the standard, and mails should be readable in less tolerant mail clients. The German and Czech translations have been completed.
Release Notes: The Debian and Ubuntu packaging should work correctly now. RDir() handles too long paths correctly. The CR / NL input conversion flags are cleared when initializing a serial port. Using gb.desktop made the interpreter crash on exit in some cases. In gb.qt, TreeView.Count and ColumnView.Count now return the number of items in the view like in gb.gtk. ComboBox now raises the Click event when it gets its first element.
Release Notes: Gambas now really works on the ARM architecture. The SerialPort class does not eat CPU time pointlessly anymore. The Exist() and Dir() functions now work correctly for files located inside the executable.