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Synchroniq CodeBase v1.0 (Access database backend version)

, 15 Jul 2007
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Code storage tool for any language but developed using Visual Basic .NET 2005. Includes syntax coloring for VB code and can load via the tools menu external option in Visual Studio 2005.
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Introduction

Code storage tool for any language but developed using Visual Basic .NET 2005. Includes syntax coloring for VB code and can load via the tools menu external option in Visual Studio 2005.

**Note: This version utilizes Access 2003 for the database backend. I have uploaded another version that works with SQL Server for those who prefer that database engine.

Background

Please note this tool utilizes a few snips from other freely available source code routines, namely the syntax colorizing. Comments and author information are retained in the source code.

Using the code

The program runs on its own so it can be used for any language whether VB, J#, C++, SQL or whatever. Additionally, if used with Visual Studio 2005, you can add it to the tools menu via the 'External Tools' option and load it directly from Visual Studio's IDE.

There are two (2) versions of this program. This version is the Access DB Version. There is another version for SQL Server users uploaded as well.

The program appears to be pretty stable and I have seen no major problems running it. It is a work in progress as I intend on continuing to enhance this package... especially since I use it myself extensively.

Please feel free to send me comments and suggestions for the software. I look forward to hearing from you on some new ideas to incorporate into the package.

Points of Interest

  • Can store code from any language.
  • Currently handles color syntax highlighting for VB6 and VB.Net source code.
  • Can be added to the Visual Studio 2005 tools toolbar via the external tools option.
  • This version utilizes SQL Server as the back end. Access version coming soon.

History

This is my very first VB.Net application of any kind so any input or suggestions are greatly appreciated!

License

This article has no explicit license attached to it but may contain usage terms in the article text or the download files themselves. If in doubt please contact the author via the discussion board below.

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About the Author

MalakieUSN
Web Developer
United States United States
Just another guy learning to code. Am U.S. Navy service connected disabled Veteran teaching myself to write software.

Comments and Discussions

 
General[My vote of 1] Wrong Version PinmemberMember 476951412-Jul-10 1:52 
Hi,
 
I am also interested in the Access back-end version as I still do a lot of programming in VB6 and VBA. Like others, I have noticed that THIS VERSION ISN'T THE ACCESS VERSION as advertised. Perhaps this is the reason why some people have given your program such a poor rating, otherwise the concept is excellent and I am looking forward to trying it out some day.
GeneralAccess / SQL Server PinmemberSparky15024-Jul-07 9:32 
GeneralRe: Access / SQL Server PinmemberMalakieUSN26-Jul-07 13:55 
GeneralFeedback PinmemberMalakieUSN16-Jul-07 11:04 

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