Posted by: Dmitry | Date: 2008-11-12 11:33 | IP: IP Logged
I program under DSP TMS320C5410 and use PSPad for code edition. I've created a user highlighter for this language. Interested people may send me a private message.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2008-11-12 11:34 by Dmitry.
Posted by: francheu | Date: 2008-12-03 23:41 | IP: IP Logged
I have just added a new syntax file for speedcrunch in the extension section. You can download it here:
There is also a basic clip file.
Posted by: alesc | Date: 2008-12-14 08:51 | IP: IP Logged
Hots 0.4 is out.
Hots enable use of ctags in PSPad editor. In current version 0.4 there is no need for autohotkey, automatic install, less options to set, project moved to sourceforge, plus much more.
Posted by: alesc | Date: 2009-03-07 20:44 | IP: IP Logged
Hots 0.5 is out.
Hots enable use of ctags in PSPad editor. In current version 0.5 options menu enhancements, fast ctags file change from traymenu, Install/Uninstall wizard.
Go to hots.sourceforge.net to download package ready to install
Posted by: crimson | Date: 2009-05-15 01:51 | IP: IP Logged
Enhance project usage
Since I always need to handle with many different projects, the functions of project are important to me. But the PSPad doesn't offer many useful functions for project so far. So I implement some useful jscripts for my self. Which are EzOpenFiles for quickly openning file in current project and EzCtags for cooperating with ctags to go to definition in current project. And now share to everyone who needs it. If you feel any, please let my know, thx.
Files: EzCtags.js, EzCtags\ctags.exe, EzCtags\ctags.html, EzCtags\EzCtags.exe, EzCtags\EzCtags.c
Description: Make PSPad to cooperate with ctags to provide with going to definition for projects respectively.
1. It needs ctags.exe and put ctags.exe in PSPad\Script\JScript\Ezctags\ctags.exe
3. Project should be opened.
4. Configure "Project Default Directory" in Project Setting should be existed in project.
5. tags file must be existed and created by EzCreateCtags.
EzCreateCtags(CTRL+=): Create tags file for current project.
EzGotoDefinition(CTRL+]): Use selected text or word at cursor as token to locate the definition accroding to current project. If only one matched, then open the file and go to the definition line. If more than one matched, then list all of them in log windows.
EzOpenLogIndex(CTRL+I): Open the definition which listed in log windows accroding to the input index.
EzDefTraceBack(CTRL+[): Trace the EzGotoDefinition back.
Files: EzOpenFiles.js, EzOpenFiles\EzOpenFiles.exe, EzOpenFiles\EzOpenFiles.c
Description: Find the specified filename in current project, and it will list all matched files in the LOG window.
1. Create project and store project before using EzOpenFiles.
2. Enable 'Absolute paths for files' in Project Setting.
3. PSPad\Script\JScript\Ezctags\EzOpenFiles.exe must be existed.
EzOpenFiles(ALT+O): Use selected text for prompt input dialog to get input text as pattern to search in project. If only one matched file name is found, it will open the matched file immediately. Else if more than one matched files are found, it will list all matched files in the LOG window, and user is responsible for identify the matched one and open it. When files are listed in LOG window, user can use EzOpenLogIndex to open specified file according to the index.
EzOpenLogIndex(CTRL+I): Open the file which listed in log windows accroding to the input index.
Description: Dispatch open log index function according to log window magic string of EzCtags or EzOpenFiles module.
EzDispatchLog(CTRL+I): Launch the EzOpenLogIndex function of EzCtags or EzOpenFiles module according to log window magic string.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2009-05-15 01:54 by crimson.
Posted by: ckx | Date: 2009-05-28 08:30 | IP: IP Logged
I've uploaded a set of useful scripts for working with the statistical analysis package SAS.
SAS utils.zip contains the following scripts:
Run SAS in batch mode and open the .lst and .log files afterwards
Check a SAS log file for errors, warnings, or relevant notes
Check all SAS logs in the current directory for errors, warnings, or relevant notes
Insert /* */ comments
Insert the current date, file name, file path, or get a list of all macros in the current directory.
run_sas could be easily adapted for use with other programs that create text output files.
I've also posted some information on the SAS wiki site about using PSPad with SAS: See www.sascommunity.org
Posted by: tbullock | Date: 2009-05-28 15:00 | IP: IP Logged
Very nice job, John! I went to the wiki site and reviewed what was there. I opened your PDF and am impressed on how clear, simple, and direct you have made your contribution.
Do you know if there is a pdf somewhere that gives a similar help on how to use PSPad for its basic functions? If there, I have missed it. But I am just a new user of a few days.
Your tips much appreciated.
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: John Hendrickx [mailto:''.phorum_html_encode('firstname.lastname@example.org').'']
> >Sent: Thursday, May 28, 2009 4:31 AM
> >To: Forum PSPad
> >Subject: Re: PSPad extension announcement 
> >I've uploaded a set of useful scripts for working with the statistical
> >package SAS.
> >SAS utils.zip contains the following scripts:
> >Run SAS in batch mode and open the .lst and .log files afterwards
> >Check a SAS log file for errors, warnings, or relevant notes
> >Check all SAS logs in the current directory for errors, warnings, or
> >Insert /* */ comments
> >Insert the current date, file name, file path, or get a list of all macros in
> >the current directory.
> >run_sas could be easily adapted for use with other programs that
> >create text
> >output files.
> >I've also posted some information on the SAS wiki site about using
> >PSPad with
> >SAS: See
> >John Hendrickx
> >PSPad freeware editor www.pspad.com
Posted by: Marshall | Date: 2009-07-07 03:53 | IP: IP Logged
See Code Formatter for PSPad.
Now you can use Astyle with PSPad
Posted by: eshanne | Date: 2009-08-05 03:41 | IP: IP Logged
www.pspad.com <-- got virus.. please update!!!
Posted by: pspad | Date: 2009-08-05 03:49 | IP: IP Logged
eshanne:www.pspad.com <-- got virus.. please update!!!
I was look for it, but I don't see any virus. Can you tell me where virus is and how you found it?