As some of you already know, BLIde is going to get a massive update in the form of a “service pack”. This big update will be available to all BLIde Plus users at the beginning of February using the regular BLIde Plus update mechanism. This will be the first major BLIde update since 2007. That’s why I’ve considered this update a ‘service pack’.

This first service pack will update several areas of the BLIde interface, will improve accessibility, will fix completely all the CSC errors that are seen randomly on some computers after a regular update, and will also benefit of some of the new developments we have done for the new Jungle Ide engine.

This service pack will also make BLIde use several threads to separate lexical and syntactical parsing on several supported languages such as C#, ANSI C, BLIde SDK, etc. Obviously this service pack will also include all the accumulated updates and fixes. Additionally, the updating system will be completely renew to a faster, smaller and more reliable system we’ve been developing using Inno Setup.

Also, some improvements and fixes to intellisense and other areas have been put into this big update.

The news is that this service pack is available in the form of a Release Candidate to all BLIde Plus users here:

http://www.blide.org/plus/blide-sp1-installer.exe

You’ll have to provide your registration email and password to get the installer.

As this is a Release Candidate, plese provide feedback of any issue (if any) you may find in the update process.

Hope you find it useful!

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