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CodeSMART 2013 for VB6: A Review of the Features, Installation, and Cracking by the old mega of the Best Toolset for Visual Basic 6.0




What is CodeSMART 2013 for VB6 and why you need it




If you are a Visual Basic 6.0 developer, you probably know how frustrating it can be to work with the outdated and limited IDE. You may have wished for a tool that could enhance your coding experience, improve your productivity, and help you write better code. Well, your wish has come true with CodeSMART 2013 for VB6, a comprehensive toolset that adds dozens of features to the Visual Basic IDE.




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CodeSMART 2013 for VB6 is developed by AxTools, a company that specializes in creating software development tools. It is exceptionally well integrated within the Visual Basic 6.0 IDE (Visual Basic 5.0 is also supported). It offers a wide range of features that cover every aspect of coding, from code editing to code analysis, from code documentation to code maintenance, from error handling to task management.


Some of the benefits of using CodeSMART 2013 for VB6 are:


  • It enhances your code view with branch lines, end-of-line details, hotspots, current line highlighting, and more.



  • It replaces your standard Project Explorer with an enhanced one that shows more information and allows more actions.



  • It adds two more explorer tools: Procedure Explorer and Designer Explorer, which let you navigate and manage your procedures and controls easily.



  • It provides powerful find tools that let you find and replace text, references, or dead code across your projects.



  • It provides analyzer tools that let you check your code quality, code flow, and code metrics.



  • It automates your text entry with AutoText, AutoCorrect, and AutoComplete features that save you time and keystrokes.



  • It enhances your designer view with Designer Assistant, Designer Tools, and Control Name Assistant features that help you create and modify your forms and controls.



  • It simplifies your code maintenance with Sort Procedures, Indent Code, Comment/Uncomment Code, and Standardize Error Handling features that keep your code organized and consistent.



  • It documents your code with Document Procedure, Document Module, Document Project, and Document Project Group features that generate professional documentation for your code.



  • It improves your error handling with Error Handling Assistant, Error Handling Reviewer, and Error Handling Options features that help you prevent, detect, and fix errors in your code.



  • It manages your tasks with Task List and Task Tags features that let you keep track of your pending tasks and mark them in your code.



As you can see, CodeSMART 2013 for VB6 is a must-have tool for any Visual Basic 6.0 developer who wants to take their coding to the next level. It is compatible with all editions of Visual Basic 6.0 (including the Learning edition) and all Windows versions from Windows XP to Windows 10. It also supports Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) development in Microsoft Office applications.


If you are interested in trying out CodeSMART 2013 for VB6, you can download a free 30-day trial version from the AxTools website. The trial version is fully functional and lets you explore all the features of the toolset. If you decide to buy the full version, you can choose between two editions: Standard and Professional. The Standard edition costs $99 and includes all the features except the Analyzer tools. The Professional edition costs $199 and includes all the features plus the Analyzer tools. You can also get a volume discount if you buy multiple licenses.


How to install CodeSMART 2013 for VB6




Installing CodeSMART 2013 for VB6 is very easy and straightforward. Just follow these steps:


  • Download the setup file from the AxTools website. The file name is CodeSMART2013VB6Setup.exe.



  • Run the setup file and follow the instructions on the screen. You will need to accept the license agreement, choose a destination folder, and select the components to install.



  • Restart Visual Basic 6.0 if it was running during the installation. You will see a new toolbar and menu item called CodeSMART in the IDE.



  • Activate your trial or full version by entering your name and email address in the CodeSMART Activation dialog box that appears when you launch Visual Basic 6.0. You will receive an activation code by email that you need to enter in the dialog box.



  • Enjoy using CodeSMART 2013 for VB6!



How to use CodeSMART 2013 for VB6




Using CodeSMART 2013 for VB6 is very intuitive and convenient. You can access all the features from the CodeSMART toolbar or menu item in the Visual Basic IDE. You can also customize the toolbar and menu item to suit your preferences. You can also use keyboard shortcuts or right-click menus to access some of the features. Here is a brief overview of each feature category:


Code view enhancements




CodeSMART 2013 for VB6 enhances your code view with several visual aids that make your code easier to read and understand. These include:


  • Branch lines: These are vertical lines that connect the beginning and end of code blocks, such as If...End If, Select Case...End Select, For...Next, etc. They help you see the structure of your code at a glance.



  • End-of-line details: These are labels that show the corresponding keywords or identifiers at the end of code lines that are too long to fit in the window or that are wrapped by the editor. They help you avoid confusion when reading long or wrapped lines of code.



  • Hotspots: These are colored indicators that show where certain elements are located in your code, such as variables, constants, procedures, controls, etc. They help you find and navigate to these elements quickly.



  • Current line highlighting: This is a feature that highlights the current line of code where your cursor is located with a different background color. It helps you focus on the line of code that you are working on.



  • Code markers: These are bookmarks that you can set and clear in your code to mark important or interesting locations. You can use them to jump back and forth between different parts of your code.



  • Code tooltips: These are pop-up windows that show additional information about certain elements in your code, such as variable types, procedure parameters, control properties, etc. They help you get more details about your code without leaving the code window.



You can enable or disable any of these code view enhancements from the CodeSMART Options dialog box, which you can access from the CodeSMART menu item or toolbar. You can also change the colors, fonts, and styles of these enhancements to suit your preferences.


Explorer tools




CodeSMART 2013 for VB6 provides three explorer tools that replace or supplement the standard Project Explorer in the Visual Basic IDE. These are:


  • Project Explorer: This is an enhanced version of the standard Project Explorer that shows more information and allows more actions on your project items. You can see the icons, types, and descriptions of your project items, as well as their properties, methods, events, and references. You can also perform various actions on your project items, such as opening, closing, adding, removing, renaming, sorting, printing, exporting, importing, etc.



  • Procedure Explorer: This is a new tool that shows all the procedures (subroutines and functions) in your project in a hierarchical tree view. You can see the names, types, parameters, and return values of your procedures, as well as their locations and references. You can also perform various actions on your procedures, such as jumping to their definitions or calls, sorting them by name or type, printing them, exporting them, importing them, etc.



  • Designer Explorer: This is another new tool that shows all the controls on your forms and user controls in a hierarchical tree view. You can see the names, types, and properties of your controls, as well as their locations and references. You can also perform various actions on your controls, such as jumping to their definitions or events, sorting them by name or type, printing them, exporting them, importing them, etc.



You can access any of these explorer tools from the CodeSMART menu item or toolbar. You can also dock them to any side of the Visual Basic IDE or float them as separate windows. You can also customize their appearance and behavior from the CodeSMART Options dialog box.


Find tools




CodeSMART 2013 for VB6 provides three find tools that let you search for text, references, or dead code in your project. These are:


  • Find and Replace: This is an enhanced version of the standard Find and Replace dialog box that lets you search for text in your project with more options and flexibility. You can search for text in the current procedure, module, form, project group, or all open projects. You can also search for text in comments only, strings only, or whole words only. You can also use regular expressions to search for complex patterns of text. You can also replace the found text with new text or delete it.



  • Find References: This is a new tool that lets you search for references to any element in your project, such as variables , constants, procedures, controls, etc. You can search for references in the current procedure, module, form, project group, or all open projects. You can also filter the references by type, scope, or location. You can also jump to the definition or location of the referenced element.



  • Find Dead Code: This is another new tool that lets you search for dead code in your project, which is code that is never executed or used. You can search for dead code in the current procedure, module, form, project group, or all open projects. You can also filter the dead code by type, such as unused variables, constants, procedures, controls, etc. You can also delete the dead code or comment it out.



You can access any of these find tools from the CodeSMART menu item or toolbar. You can also use keyboard shortcuts or right-click menus to access some of them. You can also customize their appearance and behavior from the CodeSMART Options dialog box.


Analyzer tools




CodeSMART 2013 for VB6 provides three analyzer tools that let you check your code quality, code flow, and code metrics in your project. These are:


  • Code Analyzer: This is a new tool that lets you analyze your code for potential errors, bugs, or violations of coding standards. You can analyze your code in the current procedure, module, form, project group, or all open projects. You can also choose from different analysis levels, such as syntax check, basic check, advanced check, or custom check. You can also define your own rules and standards for the custom check. You can also view the results of the analysis in a report that shows the severity, description, and location of each issue. You can also jump to the location of each issue or fix it automatically if possible.



  • Code Flow Analyzer: This is another new tool that lets you visualize and understand the flow of your code in a graphical way. You can view the code flow of any procedure in your project in a diagram that shows the blocks of code and the branches and loops between them. You can also zoom in and out of the diagram and navigate through it with your mouse or keyboard. You can also export the diagram to an image file or print it.



  • Metrics Analyzer: This is yet another new tool that lets you measure and compare the complexity and performance of your code in a numerical way. You can view the metrics of any procedure, module, form, project group, or all open projects in a table that shows various indicators, such as lines of code, cyclomatic complexity , nesting level, execution time, etc. You can also sort, filter, and group the metrics by different criteria. You can also export the metrics to a CSV file or print them.



You can access any of these analyzer tools from the CodeSMART menu item or toolbar. You can also customize their appearance and behavior from the CodeSMART Options dialog box.


Automated text entry




CodeSMART 2013 for VB6 provides three features that automate your text entry and save you time and keystrokes. These are:


  • AutoText: This is a feature that lets you insert predefined text snippets into your code with a few keystrokes. You can use the built-in AutoText entries that cover common code elements, such as variable declarations, control declarations, procedure headers, error handling blocks, etc. You can also create your own AutoText entries for your custom code snippets. You can access the AutoText feature from the CodeSMART menu item or toolbar, or by typing a trigger word and pressing the Tab key.



  • AutoCorrect: This is a feature that lets you correct common spelling and typing errors in your code automatically. You can use the built-in AutoCorrect entries that cover common errors, such as missing or extra characters, wrong case, wrong punctuation, etc. You can also create your own AutoCorrect entries for your specific errors. You can access the AutoCorrect feature from the CodeSMART menu item or toolbar, or by typing an error word and pressing the Spacebar key.



  • AutoComplete: This is a feature that lets you complete your code statements with suggestions from CodeSMART. You can use the AutoComplete feature to complete keywords, identifiers, parameters, properties, methods, events, etc. You can access the AutoComplete feature from the CodeSMART menu item or toolbar, or by typing a partial word and pressing the Ctrl+Spacebar keys.



You can enable or disable any of these automated text entry features from the CodeSMART Options dialog box. You can also customize their appearance and behavior from the same dialog box.


Designer tools




CodeSMART 2013 for VB6 provides three designer tools that enhance your designer view and help you create and modify your forms and controls. These are:


  • Designer Assistant: This is a new tool that shows a floating window with information and actions for the selected control in the designer view. You can see the name, type, and properties of the selected control, as well as its location and size in pixels and twips. You can also perform various actions on the selected control, such as changing its name, type, or properties, aligning it with other controls, resizing it to fit its contents, copying it to the clipboard, etc.



  • Designer Tools: This is a new tool that shows a toolbar with buttons for common actions in the designer view. You can use these buttons to align, size, space, center, order , or lock your controls. You can also use these buttons to show or hide the grid, snap to grid, or zoom in or out of the designer view.



  • Control Name Assistant: This is a new tool that helps you name your controls according to a standard naming convention. You can use the built-in naming convention that uses prefixes based on the control type, such as cmd for command buttons, txt for text boxes, lbl for labels, etc. You can also create your own naming convention with your custom prefixes. You can access the Control Name Assistant from the CodeSMART menu item or toolbar, or by right-clicking on a control and selecting Rename.



You can access any of these designer tools from the CodeSMART menu item or toolbar. You can also customize their appearance and behavior from the CodeSMART Options dialog box.


Code maintenance tools




CodeSMART 2013 for VB6 provides four code maintenance tools that help you keep your code organized and consistent. These are:


  • Sort Procedures: This is a tool that lets you sort your procedures (subroutines and functions) in your modules by name or type. You can sort your procedures in the current module, form, project group, or all open projects. You can also choose whether to sort them in ascending or descending order.



  • Indent Code: This is a tool that lets you indent your code according to a standard indentation style. You can indent your code in the current procedure, module, form, project group, or all open projects. You can also choose whether to use spaces or tabs for indentation, and how many spaces or tabs to use per indentation level.



  • Comment/Uncomment Code: This is a tool that lets you comment or uncomment your code with a single click. You can comment or uncomment your code in the current procedure, module, form, project group, or all open projects. You can also choose whether to use single-line comments (') or block comments (Rem...End Rem) for commenting.



  • Standardize Error Handling: This is a tool that lets you standardize your error handling code according to a standard error handling template. You can standardize your error handling code in the current procedure, module, form, project group, or all open projects. You can also choose whether to use On Error GoTo, On Error Resume Next, or On Error Goto 0 for error handling.



You can access any of these code maintenance tools from the CodeSMART menu item or toolbar. You can also use keyboard shortcuts or right-click menus to access some of them. You can also customize their appearance and behavior from the CodeSMART Options dialog box.


Code documenting tools




CodeSMART 2013 for VB6 provides four code documenting tools that help you generate professional documentation for your code. These are:


  • Document Procedure: This is a tool that lets you generate a comment block at the beginning of any procedure (subroutine or function) in your project. The comment block contains information about the procedure name, type, parameters, return value, description, author, date, etc. You can generate the comment block for the current procedure, module, form , project group, or all open projects. You can also customize the comment block template from the CodeSMART Options dialog box.



  • Document Module: This is a tool that lets you generate a comment block at the beginning of any module (standard, class, or form) in your project. The comment block contains information about the module name, type, description, author, date, etc. You can generate the comment block for the current module, form, project group, or all open projects. You can also customize the comment block template from the CodeSMART Options dialog box.



Document Project: This is a tool that lets you generate a comment block at the beginning of any project (.vbp) file in your project group. The comment block contains information about the project name, type, description, author, date, etc. You can generate the comment block for the current project, project group, or all open projects. You can also customize the


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