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Table of Contents

1. Introduction
1.1 Copying
1.2 Installing RHIDE
1.3 What is RHIDE?
1.4 Requirements
1.5 Getting started
1.5.1 Supported languages
1.5.2 Debugging RHIDE
1.6 The program GPR2MAK
1.7 The program GPREXP
1.8 First steps with RHIDE
1.8.1 What are these so called projects
1.8.2 Creating your first project
1.9 Environment variables
1.9.1 Setting environment variables for RHIDE
1.9.2 Where to store the environment file
2. General information about how RHIDE works
2.1 Known suffixes
2.2 Syntax of arguments
2.3 Running under Windows 95
2.4 Running under OS/2
2.5 Running under Windows NT
2.6 Running under GNU/Linux
2.7 General use of RHIDE
2.7.1 Creating a program
2.7.1.1 Creating a program without a project
2.7.2 Creating a library
2.7.3 Saving/Loading the options
3. Description of the pull-down menus
3.1 System menu
3.1.1 About
3.1.2 Bug report
3.1.3 FSDB
3.1.4 GREP
3.1.5 GDB
3.1.6 Refresh Desktop
3.1.7 Calculator
3.1.8 Puzzle
3.1.9 Calender
3.1.10 ASCII table
3.2 File
3.2.1 Open
3.2.2 New
3.2.3 Save
3.2.4 Save as
3.2.5 Save all
3.2.6 DOS Shell
3.2.7 Exit
3.3 Edit
3.3.1 Undo
3.3.2 Redo
3.3.3 Cut
3.3.4 Copy
3.3.5 Paste
3.3.6 Show Clipboard
3.3.7 Clear
3.3.8 Copy to Windows clipboard
3.3.9 Paste from Windows clipboard
3.3.10 Expand all tabs
3.3.11 Compact text
3.3.12 Macro
3.3.12.1 Record
3.3.12.2 Stop
3.3.12.3 Play
3.4 Search
3.4.1 Find
3.4.2 Replace
3.4.3 Search again
3.4.4 Goto line
3.4.5 Jump to function
3.4.6 Next message
3.4.7 Previous message
3.5 Run
3.5.1 Run
3.5.2 Step over
3.5.3 Trace into
3.5.4 Go to cursor
3.5.5 Program reset
3.5.5.1 Main function
3.5.6 Arguments
3.6 Compile menu
3.6.1 Compile
3.6.2 Make
3.6.3 Link
3.6.4 Build all
3.7 Debug
3.7.1 Set/Reset Breakpoint
3.7.2 Evaluate/Modify
3.7.3 Watch an expression
3.7.4 Breakpoints
3.7.5 Disassembler window
3.7.6 Call stack
3.7.7 List of Functions
3.8 Project
3.8.1 Open project
3.8.2 Close project
3.8.3 Add item
3.8.4 Delete item
3.8.5 Local options
3.8.6 Includes
3.8.7 Main targetname
3.8.8 Primary file
3.8.9 Clear dependencies
3.8.10 Delete rebuildable files
3.8.11 Write Makefile
3.9 Options
3.9.1 Directories
3.9.1.1 Include directories
3.9.1.2 Library directories
3.9.1.3 Object directories
3.9.1.4 Sources directories
3.9.1.5 Standard headers
3.9.2 C/C++-Compiler
3.9.2.1 Warnings
3.9.2.2 Optimizations
3.9.2.3 Debugging
3.9.2.4 C options
3.9.2.5 CXX options
3.9.2.6 Pascal options
3.9.2.7 Fortran options
3.9.2.8 How to toggle these flags
3.9.3 Libraries
3.9.4 Linker options
3.9.5 Compiler options
3.9.6 Environment
3.9.6.1 Colors
3.9.6.2 Editor options
3.9.6.3 Preferences
3.9.6.4 Mouse options
3.9.6.5 Reserved words
3.9.6.6 Pascal reserved words
3.9.6.7 C-Flags
3.9.6.8 CXX-Flags
3.9.6.9 Pascal-Flags
3.9.6.10 Fortran-Flags
3.9.6.11 Warning-Flags
3.9.6.12 Debugging-Flags
3.9.6.13 Optimization-Flags
3.9.6.14 User words
3.9.7 Save options
3.9.8 Load options
3.10 Windows
3.10.1 Size/move
3.10.2 Zoom
3.10.3 Tile
3.10.4 Cascade
3.10.5 Next
3.10.6 Previous
3.10.7 Close
3.10.8 List
3.10.9 Project
3.10.10 UserScreen
3.11 Help
3.11.1 Help
3.11.2 RHIDE Help index
3.11.3 Syntax help submenu
3.11.3.1 Syntax help
3.11.3.2 Files to search
3.11.3.3 Options for searching
3.11.4 Index for syntax help
3.11.5 libc reference
3.11.6 Help about help
4. Detailed description of some parts of RHIDE
4.1 Selecting a window
4.2 How the editor works
4.2.1 Erasing commands
4.2.2 Cursor moving commands
4.2.3 Text selecting and searching commands
4.2.4 Block commands
4.2.5 Other commands
4.3 Some hints and problems
4.3.1 Problems with automatic dependencies
4.4 Project window
4.4.1 Items of your project
4.4.2 Open a project item
4.4.3 Dependencies of project item
4.4.4 Local options for a project item
4.5 Builtin compiler specs
4.6 Builtin variables
4.7 Change the defaults of RHIDE
4.8 Message window
4.9 Syntax highlighting
4.10 Checking the dependencies
4.11 What is Turbo Vision
4.12 How the dialogs work
4.13 Defining macros
4.14 The INFO Viewer
4.15 RCS and RHIDE
5. Debugging with RHIDE
5.1 Limitations of the integrated debugger
5.2 Dual display debugging
5.3 Using the integrated debugger
5.3.1 Stepping through the source code
5.3.2 Evaluating the contents of variables
5.3.3 Watching the contents of variables
5.4 Problems with C++ programs
5.5 Using Breakpoints
5.5.1 Setting a breakpoint
5.5.2 Modifying and setting a breakpoint
5.5.3 Problems with breakpoints
6. Debugging with RHGDB
7. Some FAQs
8. Index
9. Index of key commands


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