I would like to do this if I have time.
However, thanks to
the programmers at Cincom,
helpers, and the various goodies they include, some of
the things I’ve included in the DevTools are already in VisualWorks 7i.
If I continue to be an employee at Objective Solutions, and they
continue to do ControlWORKS consulting, then yes, I
will port the code to the next version of Adventa Control Technologies’ ControlWORKS
If your company uses ControlWORKS, makes hardware for the Semiconductor industry, or needs help with other software development projects, then please consider using Objective Solutions’ services.
Currently, I don’t have access to copies
of VisualWorks 3.x or
5i with Envy.
If you or your company use it, I'd be happy to try to port the DevTools, providing that there is a way for me to legally use one of your development images. If so, then please contact me.
Possibly, but I'm currently only familiar
with the inner
workings of VisualWorks, so porting to other environments has a lower
For your personal use, yes. Beyond that,
please see information on how I want to
exercise my copyrights.
You should also check out some of the
provided porting tips.
Yes. For details, please see the
following parts of the documentation
and read the information about the destructive
check to make sure that
version of the DevTools has been downloaded.
If you have the correct version, it is
possible that some of the names of the existing Applications do not
The DevTools modify
code from several different companies and in an effort to protect
their copyrights, I used the export changes... menu item from
and Version pane pop-up menu in the Configuration
Applications that are brought into an Envy library after they were exported using the export changes... menu item, require that an Application with the same name as their "parent" Application exist in the new library.
If you still have problems loading the
Configuration Maps, or you are trying to use the DevTools in an
unsupported configuration, you might need to follow some of the porting