Sunday, May 11, 2008

codepad.org projects

codepad.org now has project pastebins, which allow groups of developers to work with their own history of recently pasted code. Here's an example. I'm thinking about ways to expand the project functionality. If you're considering using it and have any suggestions, I'd love to hear them.

4 comments:

Santiago said...

Hi, great idea! My suggestion is this:
Add a color scheme to the textarea, maybe i can help with that. Thanks a lot for your tool :D

ConejoContento said...

It would be great to be able to use preg statements. preg statements are fast and seem to be the most common used amongst most of the regular expression statements or snippets I see on the internet

George Hron said...

Include support is would great if it would like provide a real support for projects. Filenames can specified by special annoted comments (like @@ or something)

James Newton said...

codepad is really quiet interesting to me, but one thing I don't understand: How can one simulate input to the program? Without some form of input, how can you show people how to use the standard functions like scanf(), getchar() and so on? Even a simulated command line would allow a little bit of input and provide a way to demonstrate reading command line arguments in your program. I would suggest that a separate textarea be allowed that is then fed to the compiled program via stdin. Should be easy, no?