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I think this information can be of interest to some of you:

I've released an open source Modula-2 IDE based on Eclipse. Although it's intended to be integrated with the GNU Modula-2 compiler, this is not necessary.

It's available at http://sourceforge.net/projects/modulipse/. So far, there are binary packages for Win32, Linux/gtk/x86 platforms, MacOSX/PPC, MacOSC/x86 and Solaris/Sparc.

For those who already have Eclipse installed, it's possible to point the Eclipse update manager to the update site http://modulipse.sourceforge.net.

Some (slightly outdated) screenshots can be found on http://www.flickr.com/photos/7508142@N07/

Regards.

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Hi moremo!

Hey, thank you very much for this interesting information! As you may remember, I had found a few screenshots of Modula IDE at Flikr and asked you about the release date. Well, I will try it right now.

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Thanks for your interest, sleepyhead!

Unfortunately, I wasn't able to release it until now.

Although it's still in its early stages, I home you find it useful. With the help of the users' comments, I expect it to evolve into a full-featured Modula-2 IDE.

Regards.

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I have installed Modulipse env under MAC OSX 10.5.2 Leopard. It works fine :)

but how do I get now any Modula-2 compiler for MAC than ?

Modulipse seams to be design to work with GNU Modula-2 compiler but I can't see any compiler for MAC.

Anybody can advice

Widom

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Thank's uranus.

p1 Modula support PPC only, and i386 is supported via C.

In the Modulipse there is default GNU Modula-2 as default, so I was considering if exists one.

Widom

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Does anybody know how to configure Modulipse to call XDS-86 compiler ?

It seems Modulipse is prepared for GNU Modula-2 and there are some compiler option calls unsutable for XDS.

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p1 Modula support PPC only, and i386 is supported via C.

I tried p1, it can do Intel and universal binaries, but it cannot do Cocoa  :(

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