Execute options

compile options

This command is used by the ToolsExecute menu option. It is used to execute a command, usually based on the name of the current file. For instance, if the current file is called testit.cpp, then under Windows, CRiSP would attempt to execute the program testit.exe. 


"After looking for a good text editor for UNIX for several years I finally found one that met my needs in CRiSP. I have used vi, emacs, xcoral (not to mention edt, teco, brief, tpu, etc, etc.) but prefer using CRiSP for two main (but not exclusive) reasons. First is the language sensitive syntax colorization and second for it's ease of use (brief editor like functionality)."

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