Just as an alternative, the command-line work-flow looks like this:
1. edit your TidBit code.
2. at the command prompt, hit "up-arrow" then "enter".
3. copy output code to emulator and run.
4. goto 1.
Step 2 could also be automated depending on your editor, since many editors have the ability to run external commands.
Some assumptions to making this work:
1. php is in your path, so from anywhere at a command prompt you can type "php" and the interpreter will run.
2. the command line "tidbit_cmd.php" is located with your source code, or someplace that you know the path.
3. that you understand the command-prompt "history", i.e. hitting the "up-arrow" at the command prompt takes you back through any previous commands you have entered.
So the whole "setup" would look like this:
1. open your TidBit source in your favorite text editor (Textpad, Notepad++, etc.), using "source.txt" in this example.
2. open or create the output file (the code that TidBit will generate) in your favorite text editor, using "output.txt" in this example. If you are just starting out then this file may be empty. You will never edit this file directly, just copy the code from this file.
3. open a command prompt and change to whatever directory you have you TidBit source and output files in (I assume then reside in the same directory).
4. at the command prompt type: php <path_to_tidbit>\tidbit_cmd.php source.txt 100 10 output.txt
5. edit your TidBit code.
6. at the command prompt, hit "up-arrow" then "enter". Or, if you have a macro set up in your text editor, activate the macro.
7. switch to the output.txt file, your editor should be telling you it has changed. Acknowledge and accept the changes since this is the code just generated by TidBit in the previous step.
8. select-all and copy from ouptput.txt and paste into your emulator to run.
9. goto 5.