SmallBASIC is a fast and easy to learn BASIC language interpreter ideal for everyday calculations, scripts and prototypes. SmallBASIC includes trigonometric, matrices and algebra functions, a built in IDE, a powerful string library, system, sound, and graphic commands along with structured programming syntax.
The site has been update to use HTTPS. This has required a slight change to the URL. The new address is:
HTTPS provides a level of security for your password when logging in.
Please let me know if you have any access issues.
The changes are:
This applies to the desktop SDL version of SmallBASIC.
There are five color themes available in the text editor. You can switch between themes by pressing ALT+t while editing a file. When SmallBASIC starts the fifth theme is read from the settings.txt file (under %APPDATA%/SmallBASIC in windows and ~/.config/SmallBASIC in linux) and when it exits the current settings are written back to the file.
The steps below should give just enough functionality to help design a better looking theme. Sorry, it's a bit of a convoluted process.