Professional SlickEdit

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John Wiley & Sons, Nov 5, 2007 - Computers - 472 pages
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Professional SlickEditis the first guide to the award-winning SlickEdit tools, and is technically reviewed by the SlickEdit development team. SlickEdit expert John Hurst shares his years of experience in developing with SlickEdit to teach readers how to maximize the tool’s features, and to write and debug code faster than they have before. Additionally, the book includes a CD ROM with an extended trial version of SlickEdit not available anywhere else.

Professional SlickEdit is heavy on examples, making this a hands-on guide that will get readers up and running with the tools quickly. Topics include:

  • Customizing the environment
  • Staying organized with Workspaces and Projects
  • Understanding Tagging
  • Quickly navigating code
  • Power editing techniques for text, code and data
  • Taking advantage of Aliases and File Templates
  • Slick-C Macro Programming
  • Custom Language Support
  • DIFFzilla and other tools

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Contents

Introducing SlickEdit
13
Configuration
19
Managing Windows
33
Using SlickEdit
41
Context Tagging
73
Navigation
113
Search and Replace
131
Editing Text
151
Document Types
253
Comparing and Merging
259
Version Control
271
Advanced SlickEdit
295
SlickC Macro Programming
307
SlickC Macro Programming
309
Customization
361
Settings for Different Emulations
392

Editing Code
173
Editing Data
199
Aliases and File Templates
229
File Templates
241
Regular Expression Syntax
435
SlickEdit Callbacks
441
Index
451
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

John Hurst has been programming computers for fun and profit since he was 14. He started with BASIC on a home computer and then moved on to Pascal and C. He has worked with many other languages since, and today works mostly with Java and Ruby.
He is an independent consultant/developer and provides design, development and training services to companies in New Zealand and Australia. You can find out about John on his website at http: //www.skepticalhumorist.co.nz.

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