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Bricx Command Center Portable 3.3.8.9 Development Test 4

Application: Bricx Command Center
Category: Developement
Description: Bricx Command Center (BricxCC) is a Windows (95, 98, ME, NT, W2K, XP, Vista) program commonly known as an integrated development environment (IDE) for programming the RCX (all versions), Scout, Cybermaster, and Spybot programmable bricks using Dave Baum's Not Quite C (NQC) language. And it supports programming the Scout, RCX2, and Spybot using The LEGO Company's MindScript(tm) and LASM(tm) languages via the Mindstorms 2.5 SDK. It supports programming RCX bricks in C, C++, Pascal, Forth, and Java using the brickOS, pbForth, and leJOS alternate firmwares. BricxCC now also supports programming the new LEGO Mindstorms NXT brick using Not eXactly C (NXC), Next Byte Codes (NBC), and a simple on-brick programming language called NPG.

Download Bricx Command Center 3.3.8.9 Development Test 4 [19.9 MB download / 46.2 MB installed]
(MD5: 07916facf55c01200f2c6fd95a5d0690)

Release Notes:

Development Test 4 (2012-05-01): Updated to PortableApps.com Format 3.0

Development Test 3 (2011-11-19):

  • Directory move OK
  • Automatic drive letter updating
  • help.html file updated to HTML5

Development Test 2 (2011-09-17): HCKU registry updated, Compressed with PortableApps.com App Compacter: Original[19.0 MB download / 46.5 MB installed], New[19.5 MB download / 38.0 MB installed]

Development Test 1 (2011-08-20): Initial release

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Hmmm,

For some reason it leaves it's registry data behind, messing up my locally installed copy of BricxCC. I looked at the launcher's .ini file, and the only problem I can see is these almost-duplicate lines under [RegistryKeys]:

BricxCC_Portable=HKCU\Software\BricxCC
BricxCC_Portable=HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\BricxCC

I'm not sure how the parser for this file works, but I don't think this is good.

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Shouldn't be

That's bad. They should be fixed.

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Ok,

Which one is right?

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Who yielded His life an atonement for sin,
And opened the life gate that all may go in.

Aluísio A. S. G.
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HKCU

The first one.

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Shorter

Generally, you only use the shorter version, so keep the line with HKCU, and remove the other one.

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Sorry about that. I'll fix it

Sorry about that. I'll fix it and upload the new version asap

Don't Panic

Aluísio A. S. G.
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Not 1a

Should be "Development Test 2".

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[190MB download / 50.5MB installed]

Pardon

I think you mean 19.6 MB. Biggrin

To God be the glory, great things He has done;
So loved He the world that He gave us His Son,
Who yielded His life an atonement for sin,
And opened the life gate that all may go in.

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