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BooLangStudio 1.0 Alpha1

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Downloads: 3360
Released: Aug 22, 2008
Updated: Aug 22, 2008 by olsonjeffery
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Release Notes

This release is the initial alpha version of the upcoming BooLangStudio 1.0 release.

Included changes are:
  • New, more hassle-free installer.
  • booc.exe is forced into 32bit-only mode via corflags.exe /32bit+ . This allows people in x64 Windows environments (including Vista and Server 2008) to develop and compile boo code.
  • Boo dependencies have been upgraded to svn revision 3035, which includes improved support for generics amongst other things.
  • BooLangStudio now runs in the main registry hive.
  • Initial implementation of Intellisense. Several bits of functionality are missing, including intellisense on arguments to methods and intellisense on self, super, etc. NOTE: For now, you need to invoke intellisense by ctrl+space (it doesn't seem to be appearing automagically.. one of the reasons this is an alpha release :)
  • A Project Property page for .booproj
  • Debugger breakpoints
  • Improved syntax colorization implementation with multiline comments, tripple-quotes, etc
  • and much more!

We wanted to get this new, vastly improved version of BooLangStudio out there for everyone to see. But please keep in mind that this is still very much alpha level software and, as such, lacks alot of polish and several pieces of functionality are still missing.

That being said, we think it's a big improvement over the previous public releases so we hope you'll like it.

Reviews for this release

Excelente Add-in!!! Sólo faltan las plantillas para proyectos Web con Boo.
by beariver2357 on Nov 5, 2012 at 9:14 PM
Hello Before excuse me for my english, it may not be enough. I still use Visual Studio 2008 and newly see Boo. I used your extension it is very nice and usefull, why it didn't continued ? Thanks.
by ttk on Jul 11, 2012 at 11:25 AM