Current release is still compiled with old delphi and it has issues, if you experience issues and crashes during using 1.79 you may consider going back to 1.77. But, Dunny is back to Basin, so we are in the process of updating the delphi version to more up to date one (it may take a couple of days or a couple of years I don’t know). In the mean time, I wanted to keep basinC alive by releasing one last version of legacy BasinC. Hopefully, basinc 1.8 will be a better, more compatible program. As you may understand, 1.8 is heading towards a more connected basinC experience and 1.79 is the first step in enabling internet with basinC.
BasinC 1.792 DOWNLOAD HERE 3.1MB Zip File
How to install?
Just unzip the file somewhere you have access to.
How to upgrade?
Unzip this archive into a *new* folder. Carry your old “basinc.ini” file so your settings could be retained.
This archive does not include a basinc.ini configuration file, it will not overwrite it. But it has include snippets file. Be careful not to overwrite your old snippets.dat file.
// 1.79.2 (19.05.2022)
// Added – Basin Update Check (disabled by default, enable in Options) – basin can now notify updates.
// 1.79.1 (19.05.2022)
// Added – BasinC Snippets
// Changed – SimpleCon behaviour. Not port 1515 commands sets the byte *then* increment the index. Port 1259,0 feeds the line to the log instead of 255. See examples folder.
// 1.78 (24.10.2021)
// Fixed – IF x THEN REM couldn’t parsed by basinc, now patched, but may present new issues, due it’s just a workaround.
// Fixed – When you execute a direct command, basic was corrupted temporarily. It’s fixed by removing a wild syntax cropper.