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==Introduction==
==Introduction==
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WinEd is a window template editor for RISC OS, which can be used to design windows for use in RISC OS Wimp programs. It's original founding aim was to do everything which [[TemplEd]] could do, only better! Now it provides a comprehensive graphical interface to ease the creation of sophisticated and consistent program windows.
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WinEd is a window template editor for RISC OS, which can be used to design windows for use in RISC OS Wimp programs. Its original founding aim was to do everything which [[TemplEd]] could do, only better! Now it provides a comprehensive graphical interface to ease the creation of sophisticated and consistent program windows.
==History==
==History==

Revision as of 02:38, 12 July 2007

WORK IN PROGRESS

Contents

Introduction

WinEd is a window template editor for RISC OS, which can be used to design windows for use in RISC OS Wimp programs. Its original founding aim was to do everything which TemplEd could do, only better! Now it provides a comprehensive graphical interface to ease the creation of sophisticated and consistent program windows.

History

WinEd was originally written by Tony Houghton. The last version released by Tony is 2.87 and is available (with source) here. It is now maintained by Adam Richardson.

Distribution

WinEd is distributed as a package for RiscPkg and should appear in the Unstable distribution, which is subscribed to automatically when RiscPkg is installed. Note: although part of the Unstable distribution, the version of WinEd distributed through RiscPkg is considered stable.

For those who do not use RiscPkg, recent versions may be found here.

Development

WinEd is released under the GNU General Public License and the source code is kept in a subversion repository on riscos.info (which can be viewed via WebSVN). The code is written in C, compiled to use the SharedCLibrary runtime library and makes extensive use of DeskLib.

Any bug reports, feature requests or offers of help should be sent to Adam Richardson.

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