Easy Code is one of the first visually based "Interface Development Environments"
made for Go tools, the Jeremy Gordon’s Windows 32/64-bit assembler based kit. Easy Code 1.02 was constructed
entirely in assembly, which gives the IDE a surprising speed and quickness, noticed when designing a new
Easy Code requires Windows 32-bit or better environment to work in, as there is
no 16-bit support. Windows NT40 was the foundation of this IDE and it also operates on any operating system
released afterwards, Windows 2000/XP/VISTA/SEVEN, even though it works fine on
Go tools is available for no cost and it is a requirement for operation with this
version of Easy Code. An ECGo package, containing all necessary files, has been prepared for Easy Code
fixes the following bugs:
adds the following features:
Code now works in Unicode mode when running on Windows NT and later
systems, or in ANSI mode when running on Windows 95/98/ME. Please see
the 'ANSI / Unicode applications' topic in the Easy Code help file.
the necessary support for multiple languages (Unicode). Please see the
'Multilanguage support' and 'Language files (how to make them)' topics
in the Easy Code help file.
the necessary files for chinese language, both simplified and
traditional (by Jason Jiang).
Code is distributed in a ZIP file. No installation program nor
Administrator rights are needed.
more access to Windows registry. Easy code now saves all configuration
in an INI file ('EasyCode.ini').
new 'Window' menu allows you to easily arrange windows inside the work
the 'powermgr' new example program, a nice and useful application
programmed by Wook.