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User forums => Using Code::Blocks => Topic started by: takeshi miya on October 27, 2005, 12:59:45 am

Title: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: takeshi miya on October 27, 2005, 12:59:45 am
Hi! Now that RC2 is out and working on linux with the new build system, it would be great if the most used distros (at least) haves a C::B package in their official repositories, using wxGTK from each respective repository.

Packages of precompiled binaries:

The list of packages has been moved to the Wiki:
http://wiki.codeblocks.org/index.php?title=Compiled_packages_of_Code::Blocks

Anyone starting working in one of these distros please post here and in the Wiki, so there isn't duplicated effort.
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: takeshi miya on October 27, 2005, 02:14:38 am
I'm adding here some links of how-to create packages in those distros:

Multi-system
http://autopackage.org
http://www.unixreview.com/documents/s=8472/ur0307f/
http://checkinstall.izto.org/index.php
http://ffem.org/daveb/pkgwrite/
http://www.rpm.org/

Debian

http://www.debian.org/doc/maint-guide/
http://www.debian.org/doc/debian-policy/
http://www.us.debian.org/distrib/packages
http://linuxdevices.com/articles/AT8047723203.html

Ubuntu

https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DeveloperResources
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MOTU
http://women.alioth.debian.org/wiki/index.php/English/PackagingTutorial

SUSE
http://www.opensuse.org/SUSE_Build_Tutorial
http://www.opensuse.org/Documentation
http://developer.novell.com/wiki/index.php/SUSE_Package_Conventions

Gentoo
http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/devrel/handbook/handbook.xml

Redhat
http://fedora.redhat.com/docs/yum/
http://fedora.redhat.com/participate/developers-guide/

Mandriva
http://qa.mandriva.com/twiki/bin/view/Main/UrpmiResources

Slackware
http://www.linuxpackages.net/howto.php
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: mandrav on October 27, 2005, 09:09:40 am
Daniel has sent me a source RPM and specfile for SuSE.
Also, a gentoo ebuild is lurking somewhere around here...
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on October 27, 2005, 02:28:01 pm
Daniel has sent me a source RPM and specfile for SuSE.
Also, a gentoo ebuild is lurking somewhere around here...

The source RPM and the Spec file can be used for every distribution !!!
It is a very minimal Spec. No wxGTK requires are mentioned because of to different namings ( wxGTK and wxGTK2 ). To get the requires the rpm auto find script is automatically used. The requires will be the libraries C::B is linked to.

I will also provide Suse specific RPM's the next time. Perhaps I'll send my packages to packman or I'll get my own apt repository on ftp.gwdg.de (what's not such a good idea because there are too much repos yet)

=>  Me = SuSE  :D

@takeshimiya: Thanks for this very good link list !!!

Daniel
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: Charon on October 29, 2005, 03:26:46 am
Hey there, thanks for this really great IDE!  :D

Since i have not enough time atm to start hacking on Code::Blocks i thought about how i could support it...

Well, here is the, at least as far as i know  8), first Code::Blocks-Package for Ubuntu Breezy Badger :
http://www.char0n.de/stuff/codeblocks-1.0rc2.deb


DISCLAIMER :
This is the first package i ever built, but since it doesn't do anything fancy (just copying all files to their appropriate places) it shouldn't do any harm to your PC.
The Code::Blocks-Sourcecode wasn't changed by me, its just the one you can get in the download-section.
Although it uses the same mechanism (*.deb), its unlikely that this package will work in either Debian Woody/Sarge/Sid or Ubuntu Hoary/Warty, better don't even try!


I hope this package will help a few people to get Code::Blocks working on their system.

Greets
Markus
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: pwuertz on October 29, 2005, 12:09:42 pm
Here is my first ebuild *g*

http://www.students.uni-mainz.de/pwuertz/it/gentoo/codeblocks-1.0_rc2.ebuild

Its working but I dont think its very good. I dont know how to check if wxGTK has been compiled with "gtk2".

You might also have a look at the keywords, I set "~x86" and "~amd64" so far.

Ah, and could someone please take a look at this *g*
http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php/topic,1097.0.html

Thanks!
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: afecelis on October 31, 2005, 04:12:35 am
RPM package for SUSE 10:
http://www.danielpatton.com/afecelis/Codeblocks/codeblocks-1.0-cvs.i586.rpm

Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: Ci on November 02, 2005, 11:04:47 am
Maybe anyone made rpm package for fedora core... If yes plz release it somewhere....
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: fiammy on November 02, 2005, 08:50:03 pm
I am using SuSE 10.0 x86-64, so I guess I'll have to build it myself. Would it be possible to point me to the needed specfile, so that I can build the RPM myself?

Thank you very much
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on November 03, 2005, 02:07:54 am
I am using SuSE 10.0 x86-64, so I guess I'll have to build it myself. Would it be possible to point me to the needed specfile, so that I can build the RPM myself?

Thank you very much
Sorry I forgot to post the current Specfile :oops:

I added a new article in the wiki with the current Specfile.
-> Compiling Code::Blocks in RPM based distributions (http://wiki.codeblocks.org/index.php/Compiling_Code::Blocks_in_RPM_based_distributions)

Happy codeblocking  :D

Daniel
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: fiammy on November 03, 2005, 06:32:48 am
No problemo! It's there, and that's what counts.

Thanks for the quick reply
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on November 05, 2005, 10:53:32 am
Here are the links to Suse 10 RPMs:
i686:http://linux01.gwdg.de/~pbleser/rpm-navigation.php?cat=/Editors/codeblocks
x86_64/AMD64:http://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/misc/suser-drcux/100/x86_64/
They are build by real professionals (not by me :D ).

These packages are also available with apt4rpm (available on the original Suse 10 medias):

Server: ftp://ftp4.gwdg.de/pub/linux/suse/apt/ or ftp://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/suse/apt/
distribution: SuSE/10.0-i386 or SuSE/10.0-x86_64
components (i686): suser-guru
components (x86_64/AMD64): suser-drcux

RPMs for other Suse versions couldn't be build at the moment because of build errors, but they will follow. They will be listed at the same link.

I'll keep updating the distribution independent source RPM and specfile.

Daniel
Title: RPM for Fedora Core 4
Post by: baboo on November 07, 2005, 12:28:28 pm
Here is the RPM for Fedora Core 4, RPM which worked very well for me.

www.neoinvent.com/cb/codeblocks-1.0-rc2.i386.rpm (http://www.neoinvent.com/cb/codeblocks-1.0-rc2.i386.rpm)
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: Elvis Enmanuel on November 08, 2005, 01:51:23 pm
Somebody have been compiled CB for slax/slackware? with kernel 2.6.12 or higher?

I'd compiled too many times with different options unicode/wxWidgets 2.4, 2.6, etc but
allways crash when runs for first time.

There are some tgz or .mo file compiled and ready?

Thanks in advance:

Elvis Enmanuel
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: takeshi miya on November 09, 2005, 07:42:36 am
There are some tgz or .mo file compiled and ready?
No one has tried I think. Lack of Slackware installed :P

BTW did you tried to compile wxWidgets from source, or you used the packages?
Your wxWidgets intallations are working ok? ie. tried to compile the wx examples?
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: juvinious on November 13, 2005, 02:51:31 pm
pwuertz:
I took your ebuild and made some changes to it and included a patch to insert some includes and replace wxUSleep with wxUsleep and submitted them to a previous thread on bugs.gentoo.org.
Hopefully it works a little better. :)
You can get the files here: http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=89533.
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: Elvis Enmanuel on November 14, 2005, 09:28:40 am
Takeshi Miya:

I was compile wxWindows from source, the compilation works fine in my debian sarge, but no in slax
I made a self-bootable mini-slax distro for developers and contains CB and MinGw DevStudio, but the
first fails at now :(

Ains.
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on November 14, 2005, 10:37:30 am
Here are the links to Suse 9.3 RPMs:
i686: http://linux01.gwdg.de/~pbleser/rpm-navigation.php?cat=/Editors/codeblocks
x86_64/AMD64: http://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/misc/suser-drcux/93/rpm/

Here are the info's you need when you use apt4rpm or smart:

Server: ftp://ftp4.gwdg.de/pub/linux/suse/apt/ or ftp://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/suse/apt/
distribution: SuSE/9.3-i386 or SuSE/9.3-x86_64
components (i686): suser-guru
components (x86_64/AMD64): suser-drcux

Daniel

P.S.: the AMD64 packages aren't available yet, but they will be in the next days.
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: takeshi miya on November 14, 2005, 03:23:32 pm
Elvis Enmanuel: could you create a separate post detailing all the errors you get?

I assume that wxWidgets compiles fine and C::B not, right?
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: polygon7 on November 15, 2005, 11:00:58 pm
C::B (CVS) Slackware (10.2) package for Athlon XP (builded with checkinstall): http://www.icpnet.pl/~groman/cb-slack/
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: takeshi miya on November 16, 2005, 12:06:33 am
checkinstall, what a great tool

polygon7: the package you made is i686 or Athlon XP? Because optimized for Athlon XP is not the same as i686 (Athlon XP haves 3D Now! and SSE)

BTW, a 1.0 RC2 package of C::B would be better than CVS (CVS binaries scares some people)
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: Elvis Enmanuel on November 16, 2005, 08:26:47 am
 :o Hey!! many thanks
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: polygon7 on November 16, 2005, 04:37:26 pm
polygon7: the package you made is i686 or Athlon XP? Because optimized for Athlon XP is not the same as i686 (Athlon XP haves 3D Now! and SSE)
BTW, a 1.0 RC2 package of C::B would be better than CVS (CVS binaries scares some people)

It is for Athlon XP (with 3D Now! and SSE). I put the "i686" tag into package because i don't know what is correct - "i686" or "athlon-xp". I will try to make RC2 package soon.
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: takeshi miya on November 16, 2005, 05:09:04 pm
athlon-xp would be more correct, but I'd suggest you to make an i686 package rather than a more cpu (athlon-xp) specific, so you could upload to linuxpackages.net
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: polygon7 on November 17, 2005, 09:30:49 pm
Ok, i've made new i686 and Athlon XP packages for Slackware ( http://www.icpnet.pl/~groman/cb-slack/ ). 8)

Edit: Packages are not available for a while. I must fix some small bugs in description file.

Edit2: Ok, descriptions are fixed. If somebody have problems with this packages then send me message, and i will try to fix them as soon as posible.
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: takeshi miya on November 18, 2005, 09:57:46 pm
Thanks to all of you for creating packages!

If you can, contact official package mantainers of your distro so they can put it in the official repository (and please post here when done).

Now, of the big distros we are missing Debian and Mandriva packages.
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: AlexiaDeath on November 24, 2005, 07:47:00 am
Somebody have been compiled CB for slax/slackware? with kernel 2.6.12 or higher?

I'd compiled too many times with different options unicode/wxWidgets 2.4, 2.6, etc but
allways crash when runs for first time.

There are some tgz or .mo file compiled and ready?

the offered i686 package for slackware did not work for me... it was peristently missing some libwx library even tho i had built and installed wx 2.6.2a ... so i went into sources and compiled current CVS.

I have a slackware 10.1 system partialy upgraded to 10.2 with 2.6.13 kernel. i made a chekinstall pakage of my currently working instalation, and I can share it if you want but i take no respnsibillity for what it does to your system. I can only say it works for me.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Elvis Enmanuel on November 28, 2005, 10:37:55 am
AlexiaDeath:

Would be perfect, do you know slax? I ask you this becasuse there are some kinds of "modules" (tgz slackware packages converted to '.mo' files) and the lastest weeks I was trying to make one stable "module" of Code::Blocks (only self-installable C::B file, awesome!!!)

So, if you have got the wxWidgets compiled for slackware and the compiled version of Code::Blocks that uses this libraries I will appreciate your help.

Can you share with us? pleaaaaase? :)

Thanks.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: PerryWerneck on December 01, 2005, 03:08:13 pm

   Hi,

   I was able to build an RPM for Mandriva 2006 just correcting the wxSleep stuff. Unfortunatelly I don't have place to store it but I can send to anyone who ask for.
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: che on December 06, 2005, 02:00:12 pm
Hey there, thanks for this really great IDE!  :D

Since i have not enough time atm to start hacking on Code::Blocks i thought about how i could support it...

Well, here is the, at least as far as i know  8), first Code::Blocks-Package for Ubuntu Breezy Badger :
http://www.char0n.de/stuff/codeblocks-1.0rc2.deb


DISCLAIMER :
This is the first package i ever built, but since it doesn't do anything fancy (just copying all files to their appropriate places) it shouldn't do any harm to your PC.
The Code::Blocks-Sourcecode wasn't changed by me, its just the one you can get in the download-section.
Although it uses the same mechanism (*.deb), its unlikely that this package will work in either Debian Woody/Sarge/Sid or Ubuntu Hoary/Warty, better don't even try!


I hope this package will help a few people to get Code::Blocks working on their system.

Greets
Markus

Hi Markus,

I have installed it on Ubuntu Breezy Badger, but it does not install properly on the directories. It seems it has / as the root folder for installation rather than /usr. I do not know how to build a .deb from a .tgz. Am I doing something wrong or the .deb is not correct? I just use dpkg -i

Regards,
Pascual.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: kai on December 06, 2005, 03:51:12 pm
yep. right. you can start codeblocks using the command "codeblocks --prefix=/" . This should be fixed in the package however. So please change it to be installed to /opt (as codeblocks expects it to be there). although i'd personally prefer it to be in /usr/share, but then you have to change the default directory in the source code (or install a startscript) - but i'm also not an ubuntu package specialist, so i don't know what is the right way.

kai
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: mandrav on December 06, 2005, 04:03:01 pm
So please change it to be installed to /opt (as codeblocks expects it to be there). although i'd personally prefer it to be in /usr/share,

C::B uses autotools and therefore defaults to /usr/local. I don't understand why you mention /opt...
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: kai on December 06, 2005, 04:11:55 pm
when i install C::B from that ubuntu package I get the following message after starting it:

"Cannot find /opt/codeblocks/share/codeblocks/resources.zip...
Code::Blocks was configured to be installed in '/opt/codeblocks/share/codeblocks'.
Please use the command-line switch '--prefix' or set the CODEBLOCKS_DATA_DIR environment variable to point where Code::Blocks is installed,
or try re-installing the application..."

but C::B still doesn't seem to work properly, i get the following messages
(codeblocks:11440): GnomePrintCupsPlugin-WARNING **: iconv does not support ppd character encoding: ISOLatin1, trying CSISOLatin1
addr2line: 'codeblocks': No such file
addr2line: 'codeblocks': No such file
(and about 20 more of the "no such file")

It crashes on closing, but i haven't tried out a lot yet.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: mandrav on December 06, 2005, 05:49:35 pm
when i install C::B from that ubuntu package

We provide no linux packages. Search who made it and maybe he can help you. He probably didn't use the default installation directory.
Sorry...

It's easy to build C::B though. Maybe you should try it.
Title: Re: Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro repository
Post by: takeshi miya on December 06, 2005, 06:08:30 pm
This is the first package i ever built, but since it doesn't do anything fancy (just copying all files to their appropriate places) it shouldn't do any harm to your PC.

So, anyone with more experience with Ubuntu packages can correct it?

In any case, here are links on how to build packages in Ubuntu:
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DeveloperResources
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MOTU
http://women.alioth.debian.org/wiki/index.php/English/PackagingTutorial
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: kai on December 06, 2005, 06:49:53 pm
We provide no linux packages. Search who made it and maybe he can help you. He probably didn't use the default installation directory.
Sorry...

yes, but this thread is about packages, isn't it?  :)

It's easy to build C::B though. Maybe you should try it.

will do
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: che on December 06, 2005, 10:14:53 pm
when i install C::B from that ubuntu package

We provide no linux packages. Search who made it and maybe he can help you. He probably didn't use the default installation directory.
Sorry...

It's easy to build C::B though. Maybe you should try it.

I have tried it with no success at all by the moment. Please, someone could give some advice? I cannot find a proper Makefile. I am not familiar with automake, so what to do?

Thanks!
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Charon on December 08, 2005, 02:43:40 pm
sorry, i didn't see that there were new posts in this thread, else i would have answered earlier.

actually i think i now where this problem is comming from :-(

if configured C::B with the option "--prefix=/opt/codeblocks".
well, i then built the *.deb, installed it and thought "woohoo, it works!".
mh, i just didn't think about the fact that i had still the whole C::B-directory in /opt...
so no wonder it isn't complaining on my notebook :-(

i am really ashamed about my stupid mistake. will have a look at this on the weekend.

sorry
Markus
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Azriphale on December 11, 2005, 02:07:13 pm
Markus,

Thanks for doing all the work of making the Ubuntu Breezy .deb, I was having trouble getting Code::Blocks to compile (well, ./configure was being stupid and I couldn't fix it)

I have fixed the problem with the Ubuntu Breezy .deb
I do not, however, have any webspace on which to put the deb, so here are instructions on how I fixed it:

The '$' denotes astandard user's console.

Code: [Select]
$ dpkg -x codeblocks-1.0rc2.deb codeblocks-1.0rc2
$ mkdir codeblocks-1.0rc2/DEBIAN
$ dpkg -e codeblocks-1.0rc2.deb codeblocks-1.0rc2/DEBIAN
$ cd codeblocks-1.0rc2
$ mkdir opt
$ mkdir opt/codeblocks
$ mv share opt/codeblocks
$ cd ..
$ mv codeblocks-1.0rc2.deb codeblocks-1.0rc2-orig.deb
$ dpkg --build codeblocks-1.0rc2

Simon
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Neumann on December 12, 2005, 05:59:42 pm
Hello all,

I hereby announce the avalability of Code::Blocks 1.0rc2 deb for Debian Sid and Ubuntu Breezy.  They are not, by Debian standard, perfect packages, but they build and install fine on my box.  I expect that the Debian package will also install fine on an Etch-based system, and, to a lesser, I think the package for Ubuntu should also work on an Ubuntu Dapper based system.  The Debian package will *not* work on a Sarge based box due to the unavalability of wxWidget 2.6 in the main archive.

Frederico Mameri has stood volunteer to update the package in the future.  I've assured him of my collaboration if required.  That means all feature request (for the package, not in CB itself) will be redirected to him.  He seems motivated and competent.  I've got some other packages and projects to handle so I think it's better for CB if somebody like him take over.

But, AFAIK, I can still provide distro-specific package for Etch, Dapper and Sarge since they all share the same sources and building is easy.  I'll monitor the forum for a few days for any requests of that kind.

The Debian packages are available at:

http://neutronic.mine.nu/unstable

(this is an apt repository if anyone cares: deb http://neutronic.mine.nu/unstable ./)

The Ubuntu packages are available at:

http://neutronic.mine.nu/ubuntu-breezy

(this is *not* and apt repository so take the .deb directly)
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: takeshi miya on December 12, 2005, 06:10:59 pm
Would it be difficult to make these packages available in official repositories?
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Neumann on December 12, 2005, 06:32:57 pm
Right now? yes, probably.

I'm not an official Debian Developer so I cannot upload the package right away in the repository.  I would need a sponsor, a Debian Developer willing to check and upload my packages for me.

That's a semi-easy task to find a sponsor, but once you find one, he is more or less the boss of you.  He willl request to fix the errors and warnings and might request a reorganization of the package if he judges it necessary since he is the one that got the upload power.  I've got not time and little intereste to go throught that.  Frederico (or somebody else), might want to do that in the near future but that will probably take a while.

In Ubuntu case: I think the Debian unstable repository is periodically synched with the Dapper universe repository.  That means once the package entered Debian, you get Ubuntu for free.  I don't know how to get a package to enter the official, non-universe, Ubuntu repository.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: takeshi miya on December 12, 2005, 06:51:32 pm
Ok, lot's of struggle for making available in the debian repository.

So, there is any possibility to find an official debian developer willing to be the mantainer of the package?

I have the same question for other distros, as I think it would be more easy to find an official mantainer starts to deliver the package, rather than having an unofficial mantainer having approved the package.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Neumann on December 12, 2005, 07:09:51 pm
Ok, lot's of struggle for making available in the debian repository.

I might have made it sound worse than it is :D  It's not that bad for somebody who is motivated, but, like I said, I've got little time for that.

Quote
So, there is any possibility to find an official debian developer willing to be the mantainer of the package?

I think in most case, you'll get the same "no time" answer for most developers.  I think the best, most reliable way to proceed is to first get a sponsor to verify and upload the package, and only then post a Request for Adoption.  I think DDs are much more enclined to adopt a package that has already been checked a proven worthy of being uploaded.  Caring for the package still takes time, but I think a Code::Blocks package will be low-maintenance for a while, maybe until it gets more plugins and documentation and such...
Title: Fedora Core 4
Post by: gariun on December 13, 2005, 04:03:39 pm
Okay, so you can call me a newb here if youd like.  But i just got my linux box up and running, i really like codeblocks, and i would like to run it under FC4, but the rpm package at the top of this post's link is bad.  I was just wondering what you would suggest.  Thanks for humoring me.  I am somewhat new to linux and this is the first time ive used fedora.

Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Charon on December 14, 2005, 01:12:02 pm
didn't get much time at the weekend to look into the *.deb for Ubuntu Breezy... :-(

on another note :
thanks Neumann! :D

will give this package a try this evening.

if i understand it right the multiverse-repository is managed by the community, so chances seem not too bad to get codeblocks into an official reporitory for Ubuntu...

Greetz
Markus
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: mosfet on December 23, 2005, 10:26:59 pm

   Hi,

   I was able to build an RPM for Mandriva 2006 just correcting the wxSleep stuff. Unfortunatelly I don't have place to store it but I can send to anyone who ask for.


I am very interested, could you send it at : vsix@caramail.com

Thanks
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: mosfet on December 26, 2005, 03:09:34 pm

   Hi,

   I was able to build an RPM for Mandriva 2006 just correcting the wxSleep stuff. Unfortunatelly I don't have place to store it but I can send to anyone who ask for.


Hi,

I am interested by your package, could you send it to me at richom.v@free.fr.
By the way I don't understand why it's so difficult to compile/find CodeBlocks on Linux/Unix.


Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on December 29, 2005, 08:02:36 pm
Does somebody use the Debian Sid package on Debian Etch ?

If there's someone please write here whether it works. Because Etch and Sid use the same packages required by codeblocks, it should work!

thanks

Daniel
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Zaba on December 30, 2005, 05:00:37 pm
PerryWerneck, please send to me Mandriva linux 2006 rpm to sevakda@gmail.com
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: toddhd on December 30, 2005, 11:57:41 pm

   Hi,

   I was able to build an RPM for Mandriva 2006 just correcting the wxSleep stuff. Unfortunatelly I don't have place to store it but I can send to anyone who ask for.


Hi - could you please send me that RPM at toddhd@gmail.com? I have a website and would be able to host the file for future use if neccessary.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on January 02, 2006, 01:35:46 am
I've updated the specfile in the wiki (Compiling Code::Blocks in RPM based distributions (http://wiki.codeblocks.org/index.php?title=Compiling_Code::Blocks_in_RPM_based_distributions))

Everyone who wants to build an rpm can take a look at the wiki page.

Daniel
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: lozeta on January 09, 2006, 06:14:09 pm
Hi, I've tried to install codeblocks on Debian (sarge with packages from newer releases, but this should not be the point). After adding

deb http://neutronic.mine.nu/unstable ./

to sources.list, "apt-get update" works, and "apt-get install codeblocks" seems to work:

The following extra packages will be installed:
  libwxgtk2.6-0
The following NEW packages will be installed:
  codeblocks libwxgtk2.6-0

but after confirming:

Do you want to continue? [Y/n] y
Err http://neutronic.mine.nu ./ codeblocks 1.0rc2-1
  404 Not Found
Failed to fetch http://neutronic.mine.nu/unstable/unstable/codeblocks_1.0rc2-1_i386.deb  404 Not Found
E: Unable to fetch some archives, maybe run apt-get update or try with --fix-missing?

Maybe the directory structure is not as expected (the double "unstable/unstable" directory...)?
(I hope my question is not too silly, I'm a debian and linux beginner).

Thanks in advance
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Neumann on January 09, 2006, 06:39:14 pm
I think I remember this behavior has being Sarge specific.  My repository might be misconfigured.  Just download and install the .deb straight from the repository.

If wxgtk2.6 is available (it's a backport I guess), will likely install & work.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: lozeta on January 10, 2006, 08:19:52 am
Ok, after installing libwxgtk, I successfully installed your package with dpkg.
At startup, I get this error:

codeblocks: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libgnomeprint/2.10.3/modules/libgnomeprintcups.so: undefined symbol: gnome_cups_printer_get_ppd_async

I guess this is related to my "old" (2.10) gnome version.
I'll try to upgrade, thank you.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: ocloma on January 10, 2006, 04:45:38 pm
x86_64 slackware non official version (www.slamd64.com)? how to build? tnxs. :oops:
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Szpak on January 28, 2006, 02:20:16 pm
Hi,

I've built C::B 1.0rc2 under Fedora Core 3.
It can be downloaded from:
http://timeoff.wsisiz.edu.pl/zrzut/codeblocks-1.0-0.2.rc2.fc3.i386.rpm (http://timeoff.wsisiz.edu.pl/zrzut/codeblocks-1.0-0.2.rc2.fc3.i386.rpm)

I modified Daniel Orb's SPEC file a little, to apply patch fixing wxUsleep() misspell (needed to
compile with wxWidgets 2.4), changed package version/revision for easier upgrade and added cleaning of a build directory.

New (more universal) SRPM can be downloaded from:
http://timeoff.wsisiz.edu.pl/zrzut/codeblocks-1.0-0.2.rc2.src.rpm (http://timeoff.wsisiz.edu.pl/zrzut/codeblocks-1.0-0.2.rc2.src.rpm)

Regards
Marcin
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: frozon on January 31, 2006, 09:13:02 pm
I'm trying to build code::blocks under kubuntu for amd64 without sucess
if someone can make a package it would be really nice
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: takeshi miya on January 31, 2006, 09:16:21 pm
I'm trying to build code::blocks under kubuntu for amd64 without sucess
if someone can make a package it would be really nice

I've already built (compiled ok) in Ubuntu 64 5.10 (which is the same as Kubuntu), but C::B is almost unusable there (yet).
See here (http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php?topic=2096.0).
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Tubos on February 19, 2006, 05:53:02 pm
I've got three questions regarding Code::Blocks RC2.
 
1) Do I just have to install the rpm mentioned here and Codeblocks will be ready?
 
2) daniel2000 wrote that the RPM for Suse 9.3 can be found under http://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/misc/suser-drcux/93/rpm/ (http://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/misc/suser-drcux/93/rpm/). But there is no file called "codeblocks". Can you tell me another location to download a RC2 package for Suse 9.3?

3) Why is there no Makefile.unix in the RC2 source code archive? I'd compile it myself if I had a makefile.

Tubos
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Michael on February 19, 2006, 06:00:55 pm
3) Why is there no Makefile.unix in the RC2 source code archive? I'd compile it myself if I had a makefile.

Hello,

IMHO you should compile C::B from SVN sources, instead of using RC2. Have a look at here (http://wiki.codeblocks.org/index.php?title=Compiling_Code::Blocks_in_Linux_%28applies_to_all_distros%29) on how to do. In case of problems a fast search in the forum is usually helpful :).

Best wishes,
Michael
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on February 19, 2006, 09:31:54 pm
2) daniel2000 wrote that the RPM for Suse 9.3 can be found under http://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/misc/suser-drcux/93/rpm/ (http://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/misc/suser-drcux/93/rpm/). But there is no file called "codeblocks". Can you tell me another location to download a RC2 package for Suse 9.3?
Yes, only the i686 version of the Suse 9.3 package is available here (http://linux01.gwdg.de/~pbleser/rpm-navigation.php?cat=/Editors/codeblocks). But it's very outdated (that's the reason the other packager removed it from his repository).
To build an RPM package you can take a look at this: Compiling Code::Blocks in RPM based distributions (http://wiki.codeblocks.org/index.php?title=Compiling_Code::Blocks_in_RPM_based_distributions)

Daniel
Title: Re: Fedora Core 4
Post by: nigelibrown on February 20, 2006, 03:51:35 pm
Okay, so you can call me a newb here if youd like.  But i just got my linux box up and running, i really like codeblocks, and i would like to run it under FC4, but the rpm package at the top of this post's link is bad.  I was just wondering what you would suggest.  Thanks for humoring me.  I am somewhat new to linux and this is the first time ive used fedora.



Hi, have been looking for a fedora 4 installation without any luck! Can anyone help please? (with a valid link )
Title: SVN HEAD (20/02/2006) build on Ubuntu Breezy
Post by: NeXuS on February 20, 2006, 06:10:37 pm
Hello everybody,
I've just built my first .deb package using the current (20/02/2006) SVN HEAD.
Since it's my first build the package may be lacking something I did not notice, but I installed it on my system and it seems to work.
I'm using Ubuntu/Kubuntu 5.10 (Breezy Badger) with the latest updates I could find.

The package is available  for download at the following address:

http://carapax.wiener.crema.unimi.it/users/max/codeblocks_200206ubuntu_i386.deb

Hope it serves you well

Max

[EDIT]

I noticed a problem while running the IDE: the buttons that should be colored reflecting the chosen color for something (like background) are always grey. Please let me know if this is a known bug.
Title: Re: Fedora Core 4
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on February 20, 2006, 06:26:32 pm
Okay, so you can call me a newb here if youd like. But i just got my linux box up and running, i really like codeblocks, and i would like to run it under FC4, but the rpm package at the top of this post's link is bad. I was just wondering what you would suggest. Thanks for humoring me. I am somewhat new to linux and this is the first time ive used fedora.



Hi, have been looking for a fedora 4 installation without any luck! Can anyone help please? (with a valid link )
I'm just compiling the newest SVN revision under Fedora Core 4. If there aren't too much errors, I'll upload the RPM package to a free download space (could be little slow). It should be available in the two hours.

Daniel

EDIT: I just didn't manage to compile the svn version on Fedora :(
"undefined reference" errors everywhere :?
Title: Re: Fedora Core 4
Post by: NeXuS on February 20, 2006, 06:44:34 pm

I'm just compiling the newest SVN revision under Fedora Core 4. If there aren't too much errors, I'll upload the RPM package to a free download space (could be little slow). It should be available in the two hours.

Daniel

If you need some space I can provide it. It's my uni's network so it should be pretty fast.

Cheers

Max
Title: Re: Fedora Core 4
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on February 20, 2006, 06:47:59 pm

I'm just compiling the newest SVN revision under Fedora Core 4. If there aren't too much errors, I'll upload the RPM package to a free download space (could be little slow). It should be available in the two hours.

Daniel

If you need some space I can provide it. It's my uni's network so it should be pretty fast.

Cheers

Max
That would be great!!!

I'll send you a PM, when I'm ready.

Big thanks

Daniel
Title: Re: SVN HEAD (20/02/2006) build on Ubuntu Breezy
Post by: Zingam on February 21, 2006, 08:25:56 am


http://carapax.wiener.crema.unimi.it/users/max/codeblocks_200206ubuntu_i386.deb

Hope it serves you well


Thank you! It works great! It is not my first installation, I installed it over a previous one but it seems much better now.

:) Keep on delivering new builds, pls  :D



P.S. What did you do to compile it?
Title: Re: SVN HEAD (20/02/2006) build on Ubuntu Breezy
Post by: NeXuS on February 21, 2006, 06:05:40 pm

Thank you! It works great! It is not my first installation, I installed it over a previous one but it seems much better now.

:) Keep on delivering new builds, pls  :D

P.S. What did you do to compile it?

Thanks for the compliments, I'll try to do a build each week.
I mostly followed the instructions you can find by googling for "how to build deb package", but I can summarize the process in:

* Name the directory containing the sources following the Debian naming scheme.
* Run dh_make (with the proper options) within such dir.
* Modify / Delete the files contained in the ./debian directory that is generated by dh_make. Beware that programs that do not use autoconf/automake need a special attention.
* Run debuild in the source directory. The package is generated in the upper level directory respect to the source.

Pretty simple, altough I wish I coluld master the debianization better.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Rondy on February 22, 2006, 01:55:09 pm
Hi, i'm waitting for the Redhat/Fedora RPM files too. Link is not working.
Code::Blocks is the best C++ IDE, i want to use it very soon.

Thanks.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on February 22, 2006, 02:09:27 pm
Hi, i'm waitting for the Redhat/Fedora RPM files too. Link is not working.
Code::Blocks is the best C++ IDE, i want to use it very soon.

Thanks.
I'm trying to compile it, but I have to recompile the wxGTK package too. So it takes a bit longer, because this causes other problems (can't fit build dependencies, though having activated even development repo's :? ).

I hope it will be ready this evening, at least the wxGTK package, codeblocks should follow tomorrow (if it works :lol: )

Shall I also build a codeblocks RC2 package ? The one I try to build now is one out of the svn sources.

Daniel
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Rondy on February 23, 2006, 02:15:01 pm
Hi, i'm waitting for the Redhat/Fedora RPM files too. Link is not working.
Code::Blocks is the best C++ IDE, i want to use it very soon.

Thanks.
I'm trying to compile it, but I have to recompile the wxGTK package too. So it takes a bit longer, because this causes other problems (can't fit build dependencies, though having activated even development repo's :? ).

I hope it will be ready this evening, at least the wxGTK package, codeblocks should follow tomorrow (if it works :lol: )

Shall I also build a codeblocks RC2 package ? The one I try to build now is one out of the svn sources.

Daniel

That's great Daniel, thanks a lot for your effort.
I think we could try that svn sources, and if it's too bugy we try the RC2 later.
Thanks again and good luck!

Rondy
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on March 05, 2006, 11:19:13 am
Sorry Rondy, it took very long. I had few problems to build the package (misconfigurations and few little errors)

Here is the revision 2134 package: http://www.savefile.com/projects.php?pid=369858 (http://www.savefile.com/projects.php?pid=369858) (in some time also available on berlios: Code::Blocks IDE - Files (http://developer.berlios.de/project/showfiles.php?group_id=5358)
It's linked against the original fedora packages: http://ftp.freshrpms.net/pub/freshrpms/ayo/fedora/linux/4/i386/RPMS.freshrpms/ (http://ftp.freshrpms.net/pub/freshrpms/ayo/fedora/linux/4/i386/RPMS.freshrpms/) (to run codeblocks you need at least wxGTK-2.6.2-0.2.2.fc4.i386.rpm)

Package linked against the suse/mandriva compatible package (can be found here (http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php?topic=2479.0)) will follow. (don't know when)
Title: Re: SVN HEAD (20/02/2006) build on Ubuntu Breezy
Post by: Dmytry on March 06, 2006, 10:40:26 pm
Hello everybody,
I've just built my first .deb package using the current (20/02/2006) SVN HEAD.
Since it's my first build the package may be lacking something I did not notice, but I installed it on my system and it seems to work.
I'm using Ubuntu/Kubuntu 5.10 (Breezy Badger) with the latest updates I could find.

The package is available  for download at the following address:

http://carapax.wiener.crema.unimi.it/users/max/codeblocks_200206ubuntu_i386.deb

Hope it serves you well

Max

[EDIT]

I noticed a problem while running the IDE: the buttons that should be colored reflecting the chosen color for something (like background) are always grey. Please let me know if this is a known bug.

Great! It works quite well, better than whatever i installed previously.

Though there is little problem, when i choose editor --> settings, it hangs up (i.e. process is "sleeping")...
It happens only with editor settings, haven't had it hanging up other way.
I'm going to compile it muself, maybe, if i will have time. Tho i'll probably first compile and install wxwidgets 2.6.3 for fixes...
Title: Re: SVN HEAD (20/02/2006) build on Ubuntu Breezy
Post by: Michael on March 07, 2006, 09:38:26 am
I'm going to compile it muself, maybe, if i will have time. Tho i'll probably first compile and install wxwidgets 2.6.3 for fixes...

Hello,

I do not know in Linux (haven't tried yet), but in Windows C::B built with wxwidgets 2.6.3-RC1 has some layout problems. You can see them here (http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php?topic=2331.0). Anyway, building C::B is easy if you use the provided project file(s) :D.

Best wishes,
Michael
Title: Re: SVN HEAD (20/02/2006) build on Ubuntu Breezy
Post by: Dmytry on March 07, 2006, 09:05:45 pm
I'm going to compile it muself, maybe, if i will have time. Tho i'll probably first compile and install wxwidgets 2.6.3 for fixes...

Hello,

I do not know in Linux (haven't tried yet), but in Windows C::B built with wxwidgets 2.6.3-RC1 has some layout problems. You can see them here (http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php?topic=2331.0). Anyway, building C::B is easy if you use the provided project file(s) :D.

Best wishes,
Michael

Thanks for info! I'l try 2.6.2 then.... (don't have much time & i just noticed that i installed non-SMP kernel on my p4 HT system(ouch), and have other list of installations to do, so i might wait for wxwidgets 2.6.3 to get fixed)
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Clojster on March 16, 2006, 12:34:43 am
someone please build a Debian package (at best SID) of SVN. Pleeease :)
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Michael on March 16, 2006, 10:53:04 am
someone please build a Debian package (at best SID) of SVN. Pleeease :)

Hello,

You can download the .deb package for C::B (SVN builds, unicode) I do on Ubuntu. Look at here (http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php?topic=2567).

Best wishes,
Michael
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Clojster on March 19, 2006, 09:51:26 pm
Thank you!
Title: Packages for Fedora Core 5 (builded i386 and src.rpm)
Post by: siomek on March 30, 2006, 10:51:05 pm
Packages for Fedora Core 5:
http://samotyjak.pwsz.elblag.pl/rpmy/codeblocks-1.0.svn_20060330-fc5.i386.rpm
http://samotyjak.pwsz.elblag.pl/rpmy/codeblocks-1.0.svn_20060330-fc5.src.rpm
Title: Re: Packages for Fedora Core 5 (builded i386 and src.rpm)
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on March 31, 2006, 01:50:32 pm
Packages for Fedora Core 5:
http://samotyjak.pwsz.elblag.pl/rpmy/codeblocks-1.0.svn_20060330-fc5.i386.rpm
http://samotyjak.pwsz.elblag.pl/rpmy/codeblocks-1.0.svn_20060330-fc5.src.rpm
I think the nightly builds for fedora core 4 should also work on core 5.

Could someone check this ? I don't want to update my installation, because downgrading again really sucks (I did it few weeks ago) :shock:
Title: Re: Packages for Fedora Core 5 (builded i386 and src.rpm)
Post by: siomek on April 01, 2006, 05:36:53 pm
I think the nightly builds for fedora core 4 should also work on core 5.

Could someone check this ? I don't want to update my installation, because downgrading again really sucks (I did it few weeks ago) :shock:
[/quote]

No, Fedora Core 4 have wxGTk 2.4, but FC 5 2.6 release. There are some problems with compilation svn CB on FC4. Berlios nighlty builds for FC4 not work on FC5.
Title: Re: Packages for Fedora Core 5 (builded i386 and src.rpm)
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on April 01, 2006, 05:50:31 pm
No, Fedora Core 4 have wxGTk 2.4, but FC 5 2.6 release. There are some problems with compilation svn CB on FC4. Berlios nighlty builds for FC4 not work on FC5.
Yes, but the FC4 packages are linked against wxGTK 2.6.2 packages of freshrpms (http://ftp.freshrpms.net/pub/freshrpms/ayo/fedora/linux/4/i386/freshrpms/RPMS), so it should work. I tested it with the wxGTK package of FC5, but without any other FC5 update, and it worked. Only other packages could make problems (glibc or gtk2).
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Sirio on April 05, 2006, 04:06:37 pm
   First, thank you for your work. I don't speak english, sorry: I upload a Mandriva rpm of code::blocks here:
http://rapidshare.de/files/17260369/codeblocks-1.0-rc2.i586.rpm.html (http://rapidshare.de/files/17260369/codeblocks-1.0-rc2.i586.rpm.html)

   I hope it helps someone.Bye.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: radek on April 10, 2006, 05:34:07 pm
Quote
Hi,

   I was able to build an RPM for Mandriva 2006 just correcting the wxSleep stuff. Unfortunatelly I don't have place to store it but I can send to anyone who ask for.
I am very interested, could you send at : radek10216@wp.pl

Thanks very much.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Linh Ha on April 15, 2006, 09:35:44 am
Quote
Hi,

   I was able to build an RPM for Mandriva 2006 just correcting the wxSleep stuff. Unfortunatelly I don't have place to store it but I can send to anyone who ask for.


I am very interested, could you send at : linhha05@gmail.com

Thanks very much.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Michael on April 15, 2006, 08:44:10 pm
Hello,

Sorry for the a bit off-topic post, but for those who cannot make their Linux build, e.g., Mandriva2006 available online, they could use a free File Hosting as savefile (http://www.savefile.com/). It works well :), despite the advs :(.

Best wishes,
Michael
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: DJMaze on April 19, 2006, 04:56:20 am
I use CentOS which is the same as Fedora and RHEL. However each version of each release is different.
For example my CentOS 4.3 uses:
Code: [Select]
# rpm -q -i --provides -l libstdc++
Name        : libstdc++                    Relocations: (not relocatable)
Version     : 3.4.5                             Vendor: CentOS
Release     : 2                             Build Date: zo 01 jan 2006 04:26:35 CET
Install Date: wo 19 apr 2006 02:34:36 CEST      Build Host: build-i386
Group       : System Environment/Libraries   Source RPM: gcc-3.4.5-2.src.rpm
Size        : 796392                           License: GPL
Signature   : DSA/SHA1, ma 02 jan 2006 05:19:37 CET, Key ID a53d0bab443e1821
Packager    : Johnny Hughes <johnny centos.org>
URL         : http://gcc.gnu.org
Summary     : GNU Standard C++ Library
Description :
The libstdc++ package contains a rewritten standard compliant GCC Standard
C++ Library.
libstdc++ = 3.4.3-26
libstdc++.so.6
libstdc++.so.6(CXXABI_1.3)
libstdc++.so.6(GLIBCXX_3.4)
libstdc++.so.6(GLIBCXX_3.4.1)
libstdc++.so.6(GLIBCXX_3.4.2)
libstdc++.so.6(GLIBCXX_3.4.3)
libstdc++34
libstdc++ = 3.4.5-2
/usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6
/usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6.0.3

Since the Fedora Core 4 build needs GLIBCXX_3.4.4 and GLIBCXX_3.4.6 i'm stuck.
Someone has an instruction set how to compile from scratch using wxGTK 2.6.3 ?
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Michael on April 19, 2006, 11:45:13 am
Since the Fedora Core 4 build needs GLIBCXX_3.4.4 and GLIBCXX_3.4.6 i'm stuck.
Someone has an instruction set how to compile from scratch using wxGTK 2.6.3 ?

Hello,

You might would like to give a look at here (http://wiki.codeblocks.org/index.php?title=Category:Installation%5CBuild_Instructions) and here (http://wiki.codeblocks.org/index.php?title=Compiling_Code::Blocks_in_Linux_%28applies_to_all_distros%29).

Best wishes,
Michael
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on April 19, 2006, 11:48:40 am
Since the Fedora Core 4 build needs GLIBCXX_3.4.4 and GLIBCXX_3.4.6 i'm stuck.
Someone has an instruction set how to compile from scratch using wxGTK 2.6.3 ?
Try it like I wrote in the wiki: Compiling Code::Blocks in RPM based distributions (http://wiki.codeblocks.org/index.php?title=Compiling_Code::Blocks_in_RPM_based_distributions). ;)

EDIT: @DJMaze: Does codeblocks run, if you install it without checking dependencies (rpm -Uvh --nodeps CB_20060414_rev2352_fc4.rpm)? If yes, I could remove these dependencies and you could install the nightlies.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: DJMaze on April 19, 2006, 03:01:38 pm
@DJMaze: Does codeblocks run, if you install it without checking dependencies (rpm -Uvh --nodeps CB_20060414_rev2352_fc4.rpm)? If yes, I could remove these dependencies and you could install the nightlies.

Code: [Select]
[root@Maarten /]# /usr/bin/codeblocks
/usr/bin/codeblocks: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6: version `GLIBCXX_3.4.4' not found (required by /usr/bin/codeblocks)
/usr/bin/codeblocks: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6: version `GLIBCXX_3.4.4' not found (required by /usr/lib/libcodeblocks.so.0)
/usr/bin/codeblocks: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6: version `GLIBCXX_3.4.6' not found (required by /usr/lib/libcodeblocks.so.0)
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Michael on April 19, 2006, 03:29:34 pm
Packages of precompiled binaries:

The list of packages has been moved to the Wiki:
http://wiki.codeblocks.org/index.php?title=Compiled_packages_of_Code::Blocks

Hello,

I think that we should update the link for the pre-compiled Ubuntu development releases (SVN, x86). The link should point to the Nightly builds sub-forum or to BerliOS.

Best wishes,
Michael
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on April 19, 2006, 04:49:49 pm
@DJMaze: Does codeblocks run, if you install it without checking dependencies (rpm -Uvh --nodeps CB_20060414_rev2352_fc4.rpm)? If yes, I could remove these dependencies and you could install the nightlies.

Code: [Select]
[root@Maarten /]# /usr/bin/codeblocks
/usr/bin/codeblocks: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6: version `GLIBCXX_3.4.4' not found (required by /usr/bin/codeblocks)
/usr/bin/codeblocks: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6: version `GLIBCXX_3.4.4' not found (required by /usr/lib/libcodeblocks.so.0)
/usr/bin/codeblocks: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6: version `GLIBCXX_3.4.6' not found (required by /usr/lib/libcodeblocks.so.0)
Ok, doesn't work. You'll have to build it  :(
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on April 19, 2006, 05:05:52 pm
Packages of precompiled binaries:

The list of packages has been moved to the Wiki:
http://wiki.codeblocks.org/index.php?title=Compiled_packages_of_Code::Blocks

Hello,

I think that we should update the link for the pre-compiled Ubuntu development releases (SVN, x86). The link should point to the Nightly builds sub-forum or to BerliOS.

Best wishes,
Michael

Done. Linked it to the nightly builds forum.

But you can also change contents yourself. It's a wiki ;)
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Michael on April 19, 2006, 05:11:10 pm
But you can also change contents yourself. It's a wiki ;)

Thanks :D.

Before doing it, I "wanted" to have the opinion of the admins/devs :).

Best wishes,
Michael
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on April 19, 2006, 05:18:03 pm
Before doing it, I "wanted" to have the opinion of the admins/devs :).

Best wishes,
Michael
Ok, that's right. But a dead link is never good. I changed it to link to the forum, because the link of the windows build also points to this place.  :)
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: tiwag on April 19, 2006, 05:52:51 pm
...Before doing it, I "wanted" to have the opinion of the admins...
just do it,
if you do it right, you'll never hear anything,
if you don't do it right, you'll get familiar with "the revenge of the admin"  :)
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Michael on April 19, 2006, 07:58:44 pm
Ok, that's right. But a dead link is never good. I changed it to link to the forum, because the link of the windows build also points to this place.  :)

Yes, you are right :).

just do it,
if you do it right, you'll never hear anything,
if you don't do it right, you'll get familiar with "the revenge of the admin"  :)

Ehm, I am not sure I would like to get familiar with "the revenge of the admin" :D. Let's do all in the best :).

Best wishes,
Michael
Title: Re: Gentoo linux overlay / buildscript
Post by: tiger683 on April 27, 2006, 10:22:55 am
Hi, could anyone put this into the wiki page?

It is an overlay for the gentoo-linux build script for code::blocks,
i made it because i use code::blocks everyday and the rc2 version is lightyears behind the current svn :)

It checks out the source from svn, applies some community patches (from the topic on this forums),
fixes a gentoo-specific problem with auto_revision script and finally installs the good thing.

link: codeblocks-999-overlay-NO_DIGEST.tar.bz2 (http://www.stud.uni-karlsruhe.de/~uyavl/public/gentoo/codeblocks-999-overlay-NO_DIGEST.tar.bz2)
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Jefri Sibarani on May 06, 2006, 06:07:22 am
I've built C::B 1.0rc2 under Slackware 10.1 with wxWidgets-2.6.3.
I've created the packages too.
Codeblocks works fine and amazingly built my test application with wxWidgets.

anyone interested please email me at  jefrisibarani@gmail.com, because i have no webspace to put the tgz package yet.



regards


Jefri Sibarani
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Michael on May 06, 2006, 08:27:44 pm
I've built C::B 1.0rc2 under Slackware 10.1 with wxWidgets-2.6.3.
I've created the packages too.
Codeblocks works fine and amazingly built my test application with wxWidgets.

anyone interested please email me at  jefrisibarani@gmail.com, because i have no webspace to put the tgz package yet.

Great :).

Anyway, RC2 is old now. Much better to build packages from the SVN sources.

If you have no possibilities to make online your packages, then try a free File Hosting like:

http://www.savefile.com/

Best wishes,
Michael
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Jefri Sibarani on May 09, 2006, 08:59:21 am

Great :).

Anyway, RC2 is old now. Much better to build packages from the SVN sources.

If you have no possibilities to make online your packages, then try a free File Hosting like:

http://www.savefile.com/

Best wishes,
Michael


Thanks for the link. i'll try to upload the package today and to build packages from the SVN sources.



Title: Download Link not working
Post by: aftabnaveed on September 06, 2006, 06:34:06 am
I have tried to download the rpm for Fedora core 5 but the page not found error is diplayed when I try the link [url]http://www.neoinvent.com/cb/codeblocks-1.0-rc2.i386.rpm[\url]
Title: Re: Download Link not working
Post by: sethjackson on September 06, 2006, 07:23:51 pm
I have tried to download the rpm for Fedora core 5 but the page not found error is diplayed when I try the link [url]http://www.neoinvent.com/cb/codeblocks-1.0-rc2.i386.rpm[\url]

You really don't want to use RC2 do you????

Try this build instead. ;)

http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php?topic=3971.0
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Flash on October 07, 2006, 09:12:14 pm
Ok, I use Debian etch on AMD64 platform. And so I cannot install any of the packages that I have found on the wiki, at least that I know of. Anyway I built latest version from source instead and it worked fine. Also I have made my first package for Debian AMD64. So, are there anyone who do this already, or should I make my package available? Mandrav, I see you are registered as maintainer in the dh_make created files, whats your comment on this? I could apply for being a maintainer on Debian if no other already do that. I can build AMD64 and i386 packages.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Flash on October 09, 2006, 05:17:36 pm
Just because I looked on the wiki again, and voila, right there is a Ubuntu AMD64 version. Was it there all the time or did it get added just now? Anyway, there may still be reason to upload a Debian AMD64 version aswell?
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: takeshi miya on October 09, 2006, 06:50:30 pm
Anyway, there may still be reason to upload a Debian AMD64 version aswell?
Yes, because Ubuntu != Debian.

BTW, we really need a Debian Sponsor. Has somebody tried to get one?
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Cows on November 17, 2006, 03:53:31 am
i just installed suse linux 10.0 and i want to add codeblocks to my system. apparently i cannot download a 10.0 rpm or someway to download the file and install it. im running on a 64 bit suse , i think its 64 cause when i was going to install it i pressed F3 and it said 64bit in the F6 button, so idk if in linux is called i686 or x86_64. but can anyone point me to the 64bit codeblocks installer?
Title: Slackware 10.2 package, revision 3253
Post by: jsibarani on November 24, 2006, 07:23:13 am

slackware 10.2  .tgz package unicode build :

http://images.jefrisibarani.multiply.com/movie/jefrisibarani:video:1/jefrisibarani/1.tgz/1ZsQs22vVAwlel+Wn5,53A/codeblocks-1.0.0.svn.3253-i686-1jsa.tgz (http://images.jefrisibarani.multiply.com/movie/jefrisibarani:video:1/jefrisibarani/1.tgz/1ZsQs22vVAwlel+Wn5,53A/codeblocks-1.0.0.svn.3253-i686-1jsa.tgz)

http://jefrisibarani.multiply.com/ (http://jefrisibarani.multiply.com/)

note : the package installs to /opt/codeblocks

cheers
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: SmileyMan on December 01, 2006, 03:56:58 pm
Anyway, there may still be reason to upload a Debian AMD64 version aswell?
Yes, because Ubuntu != Debian.

BTW, we really need a Debian Sponsor. Has somebody tried to get one?
Well, Windows crapped out on my laptop last night, so I've decided to put Debian Etch on it.  I use C::B on all my Windows boxen, so I'm going to be needing it on my Linbox as well.  Last time I did Debian packaging was in the last millennium, but I'm a professional packager (MSI) by trade, so I'd like to give this a go.

No promises on timescales as of yet.  I'll post here when I've done something.  Also, it'll be i386 only for a while.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: bugmenot on December 08, 2006, 11:02:12 pm
Package for Arch Linux: http://www.f-forge.com?d=bLfc4BsCu57GirlHOtxj
(December 8th SVN build)
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Ptomaine on December 26, 2006, 05:15:15 pm
Can anyone provide SuSE 10.x (x86_64) RPM?
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: tommy on February 21, 2007, 10:41:46 am
and one for ubuntu 6.10 (amd64) please..? :)
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: johne53 on April 26, 2007, 05:38:56 pm
I'm a complete Linux novice running OpenSuse 10.2 on a 32 bit PC (AMD processor). Is there a simple way to install the Code::Blocks IDE (for example, via Yast ? )
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on April 26, 2007, 07:48:28 pm
Downloading the package and clicking on it should make it ;)

There's no repository there which contains codeblocks. Perhaps I'll create a little one on my webspace ;)  but have no time atm.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: johne53 on April 26, 2007, 08:45:22 pm
Thanks Daniel. Sorry to be a pain but could you just remind me where I can obtain the package? I'm running OpenSuse 10.2
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on April 26, 2007, 08:49:51 pm
Thanks Daniel. Sorry to be a pain but could you just remind me where I can obtain the package? I'm running OpenSuse 10.2
No pain! My fault. Could have posted the link in my last post ;)
Here ist the latest suse package: http://thetuxkeeper.phoetron.de/CB_20070419_rev3876_suse100-102.i586.rpm
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: johne53 on April 27, 2007, 07:34:58 am
Hi Daniel. It seems like I've fallen at the first hurdle. When I tried to install from the downloaded rpm, I got the following error message:-

Quote
Dependency Resolution Failed
Unresolved dependencies:
Installing codeblocks-1.0_0.svn.3876-0.suse100.i586[Local packages]
There are no installable providers of libwx_gtk2u_xrc-2.6.so.0 for codeblocks-1.0_0.svn.3876-0.suse100.i586[Local packages]

What do I need to do to correct this?
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Biplab on April 27, 2007, 07:52:02 am
Install wxGTK package through YaST.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: johne53 on April 27, 2007, 09:05:20 am
Thanks, it seems to be working now. I know this isn't within the scope of this forum - but is there anywhere that I can get a simple "Hello World" type type project for Linux? (C++)

[Edit...] It's okay. I found out that I can create an empty "Hello World" type program from within C::B. Thanks for everyone's help.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: johne53 on May 02, 2007, 07:00:07 am
Hi Daniel - Your Suse rpm package that I downloaded (last week) seemed to install fine but in use, C::B crashes a lot. One of the developers (Byo) reckons he's now fixed that problem so I'd like to upgrade. This raises a question that I hadn't thought of before.... do you update the rpm package regularly? Or - if I re-installed from the Suse rpm, would I get exactly the same code that I've already got?

Also, is it necessary to uninstall before an upgrade? I don't fancy the prospect of losing all my settings etc.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on May 02, 2007, 08:58:13 am
yes, I usually update them regularly. yesterdays build failed on my build machine. Don't know why, no real error in my log. On my laptop it built without any problem :?

Will build next nightly ;)
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: dokteurping on May 05, 2007, 04:34:02 pm
hi
Is there any mandriva rpm working?
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Morphius Faydal on June 10, 2007, 05:40:20 pm
What's the "official" or even "community-recommended" stance on Code::Blocks on Gentoo?

Check out the SVN and make it yourself?  Or make an ebuild for your personal overlay every couple days?
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Ceniza on June 10, 2007, 05:56:20 pm
There're three ebuilds in portage for Code::Blocks, all of them masked with ~, and the last one is a month old. Personally, I prefer to get it from SVN and compile it, after all it's a very straightforward procedure.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Morphius Faydal on June 10, 2007, 06:12:59 pm
There're three ebuilds in portage for Code::Blocks, all of them masked with ~, and the last one is a month old. Personally, I prefer to get it from SVN and compile it, after all it's a very straightforward procedure.

Yeah, I noticed that.  Just check it out, ./configure, make, make install? Nothing special needed?
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Ceniza on June 10, 2007, 08:10:40 pm
Steps here (http://wiki.codeblocks.org/index.php?title=Installing_Code::Blocks_from_source_on_Gentoo). Be sure to follow Option 2... you don't really want to compile RC2 :wink:

In very few steps:
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* svn checkout
* cd into directory
* ./bootstrap
* ./configure # maybe you want to give some options to this one
* make
* su -c 'make install'

And everytime you want to update it:
Code: [Select]
* cd into directory
* su -c 'make uninstall'
* make clean
* make clean-zipfiles
* svn update
* ./bootstrap # I think it's not necessary, but I do it anyway
* ./configure
* make
* su -c 'make install'
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Deschamps on June 10, 2007, 10:16:43 pm
Quote from: MorphiusFaydal
Just check it out, ./configure, make, make install? Nothing special needed?

From ./configure --help :

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--enable-contrib        build the contrib plugins (default NO)
So that...

Regards.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Vexorian on June 13, 2007, 05:30:25 pm
I got a new dapper installation, installed the wxbase2.8 package yet the code::blocks package says the dependency is not satisfied.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: cstudent on June 13, 2007, 05:50:13 pm
I got a new dapper installation, installed the wxbase2.8 package yet the code::blocks package says the dependency is not satisfied.

The current .debs being offered on the nightly forum will not install on Dapper. The dependencies that are not being met are because of the version numbers of such things as gcc, etc. You will need to build CB from source.

Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Morphius Faydal on June 13, 2007, 07:53:26 pm
I should probably unmerge Code::Blocks first... Then build the svn, right?
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Morphius Faydal on June 13, 2007, 09:22:08 pm
*sigh*

No one knows where I can get wxGTK 2.8 ebuild or overlay, do they? The latest version in portage is 2.6.3
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Ceniza on June 14, 2007, 02:31:32 am
Right, you should unmerge Code::Blocks first.

For wxGTK 2.8 try this (http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=145884). I haven't tried it though.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Morphius Faydal on June 14, 2007, 08:21:19 am
That ebuild works beautifully.

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morphius@azmael ~ $ codeblocks
codeblocks: error while loading shared libraries: libcodeblocks.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
morphius@azmael ~ $

This causes more of a problem though. :-\
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: ramzai on June 14, 2007, 10:03:39 am
I got a new dapper installation, installed the wxbase2.8 package yet the code::blocks package says the dependency is not satisfied.

The current .debs being offered on the nightly forum will not install on Dapper. The dependencies that are not being met are because of the version numbers of such things as gcc, etc. You will need to build CB from source.



Well, wx284 are not in the repos even for Feisty. To work with latest CB requiring wx284 one needs to

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1. add line
deb http://apt.tt-solutions.com/ubuntu/ dapper main
to /etc/apt/sources.list (replace dapper with edgy or feisty)
2. curl http://www.tt-solutions.com/vz/key.asc | sudo apt-key add -
3. sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade

At least that was my case..

PS/Offtopic: Vexorian: aren't you vexorian from TC? :D
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Ceniza on June 14, 2007, 06:33:15 pm
That ebuild works beautifully.

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morphius@azmael ~ $ codeblocks
codeblocks: error while loading shared libraries: libcodeblocks.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
morphius@azmael ~ $

This causes more of a problem though. :-\

Be sure /usr/local/lib is in /etc/ld.so.conf, then run ldconfig (you must be root). You only need to do that once.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Morphius Faydal on June 14, 2007, 07:11:39 pm
That ebuild works beautifully.

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morphius@azmael ~ $ codeblocks
codeblocks: error while loading shared libraries: libcodeblocks.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
morphius@azmael ~ $

This causes more of a problem though. :-\

Be sure /usr/local/lib is in /etc/ld.so.conf, then run ldconfig (you must be root). You only need to do that once.

Thanks! :)  It was in there, I just needed to run ldconfig.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Vexorian on June 15, 2007, 04:16:21 am
I got a new dapper installation, installed the wxbase2.8 package yet the code::blocks package says the dependency is not satisfied.

The current .debs being offered on the nightly forum will not install on Dapper. The dependencies that are not being met are because of the version numbers of such things as gcc, etc. You will need to build CB from source.



Well, wx284 are not in the repos even for Feisty. To work with latest CB requiring wx284 one needs to

Code: [Select]
1. add line
deb http://apt.tt-solutions.com/ubuntu/ dapper main
to /etc/apt/sources.list (replace dapper with edgy or feisty)
2. curl http://www.tt-solutions.com/vz/key.asc | sudo apt-key add -
3. sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade

At least that was my case..

PS/Offtopic: Vexorian: aren't you vexorian from TC? :D

Oh thanks, btw I got myself confused my installation was a Feisty Pawn one I get confused about these silly ubuntu release names. And yes this is vexorian.

Time to do some repo changes...
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: johne53 on July 26, 2007, 11:08:50 am
Daniel - can you let me know what/where is the latest Suse build? I'm still running svn3876 but each time I try to update, the nightly build forum seems to suggest that no Suse rpm's are available.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on July 26, 2007, 04:14:26 pm
Take a look at the opensuse buildservice: http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/TheTuxKeeper/
here how to add the repo to yast, smart, ... : http://en.opensuse.org/Build_Service/User

You'll need the wxwidgets package from packman. you could use mine on the obs, it's the same as the one from packman, but I only take and use it to build/link codeblocks. i don't add patches or fix anything.

It's an older revision, too. had some exams and now i'm working daily. I'll update the packages this weekend ;)
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: johne53 on July 26, 2007, 06:42:54 pm
Oops, I'm so sorry. I misled you. I meant the most recent build of C::B for running under OpenSuse 10.2  :oops:

I'm happy to wait until next week if there's nothing available yet.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: johne53 on August 05, 2007, 10:52:38 am
Hi Daniel. I can see you're busy at the moment but I just wondered if there's any chance of you doing a new update? I've been struggling with a bug in C::B that eventually got fixed, last night. So it would be good if I could get a new version soon. Thanks.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on August 05, 2007, 11:45:52 am
I'll try to build today's nightly, but at least monday's (or the next available) nightly. :)
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: johne53 on August 06, 2007, 07:12:53 am
Thanks Daniel. If you get the chance, can you post a link here to the new build, once it's ready? Keep up the good work!
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on August 06, 2007, 07:22:51 am
Thanks Daniel. If you get the chance, can you post a link here to the new build, once it's ready? Keep up the good work!
   
Re: The 05 august 2007 build (4349) is out. (http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php/topic,6621.msg50937.html#msg50937) ;)
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: johne53 on September 17, 2007, 01:27:19 pm
Hi Daniel - just wondered if you've had any time to produce a more recent build than August 5th?

Apparently since August 5th, there's now support for compiling single ASM modules which I'd like to try out.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on September 17, 2007, 09:33:35 pm
here is a more recent suse build: http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php/topic,6879.msg52706.html#msg52706 (http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php/topic,6879.msg52706.html#msg52706) :)
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: polaco_ on November 14, 2007, 07:49:31 pm
Hi!

I'm hosting slackware svn builds of codeblocks at my server. Due to the lack of slackware packages,
my server will build automatically checkout and upload the packages..

The packages are for Slackware 12

here is the link: http://www.polaco.pro.br/codeblocks
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: frenchman on December 24, 2007, 05:11:42 am
Hello all,

First of all, sorry about my english... I'm french.... East of Canada...

I'm trying to get this wonderful program, but the link http://www.us.debian.org/distrib/packages seems to not working....

There is a specific place for a .deb package?

Can someone help me? I've a Linux Debian 4.0 Etch distribution.


thanks for answers! :o
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: jens on December 24, 2007, 02:18:43 pm
I've got .deb-packages in my repo (see signature).
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: frenchman on January 07, 2008, 01:30:39 am
Thank you Jens!

Your deb-packages works fine!



Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: kometa on January 19, 2008, 01:05:09 pm
I use OpenSUSE 10.3. Last time I get error during launch codeblocks:
The program 'codeblocks' received an X Window System error.
This probably reflects a bug in the program.
The error was 'BadAlloc (insufficient resources for operation)'.
  (Details: serial 405 error_code 11 request_code 148 minor_code 5)
  (Note to programmers: normally, X errors are reported asynchronously;
   that is, you will receive the error a while after causing it.
   To debug your program, run it with the --sync command line
   option to change this behavior. You can then get a meaningful
   backtrace from your debugger if you break on the gdk_x_error() function.)

Before this time I didn`t have problems. I have installed last version from http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/TheTuxKeeper/openSUSE_10.3/i586/  but getting the same error.
Please, help me.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: mandrav on January 19, 2008, 01:32:26 pm
I use OpenSUSE 10.3. Last time I get error during launch codeblocks:
The program 'codeblocks' received an X Window System error.
...
Please, help me.

Do you see that little edit box at the top-right of the page with a button labeled "Search" next to it?
Type "X Window System error" in that box and hit the button...
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: kometa on January 19, 2008, 02:59:06 pm
Really, http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php/topic,7661.0.html
Thanks !!!
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Ivo Georgiev on January 22, 2008, 05:40:08 am
Hi, I was programming with Code::Blocks on Windows and I've really liked the IDE!I wanna continue programming now, when I use the more stable and better Linux Ubuntu 7.10.So, I've already said: my config is Linux Ubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibon.I've installed code::blocks from one package, and I get an error:
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codeblocks: error while loading shared libraries: libwx_gtk2u_aui-2.8.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
How to fix that?Please help, I wanna continue programming in a more stable OS than Windows, and I wanna continue my programming with code::blocks.I am a compleate noob :(
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: johne53 on January 22, 2008, 09:08:47 am
I wanna continue programming in a more stable OS than Windows

All OS's have their strengths and weaknesses. It's a fallacy to think that any OS is 'more stable' than any other. There may be particular areas where Windows is more vulnerable than Linux - but equally, there are areas where Windows shines and Linux sucks (hardware support being an obvious example).

Your choice of OS should be based on your target audience. If you're driven by the ideaology of open source programming; and if your customers are already using Linux; and if they're comfortable about using command lines / compiling from source etc then Linux is probably a good bet. On the other hand, if your target audience is used to the ease of Windows, then it would be a mistake to think you can convert them to a supposedly 'more stable' OS that will probably give them nothing but headaches. Similarly, if you're intending to target the business sector (where your apps will need to be installed & supported by IT professionals) you can bet your bottom dollar that they won't want to get involved with Linux (at least, not on the desktop).

Linux is strong in certain areas (e.g. server side) and it's starting to grow strong in other areas (e.g. multimedia) but it's not the right choice for everyone, so you need to choose it for the right reasons - not because people have told you it's 'more stable' (which it isn't).
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Ivo Georgiev on January 22, 2008, 12:57:09 pm
[offtopic-answer to the johne53's reply]I will use Linux, because I want to develop 3D games with Irrlicht that can be compiled for all distros of Linux and all versions Windows.Linux is ideal for my target.I've already tested Linux and Windows - which one can use the RAM in a better way - Linux was better.Also, Linux doesnt have alot of viruses.That's why i've chousen Linux instead of Windows.
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(hardware support being an obvious example)
Yes, you are write, but I think the all things are linked - the hardware is created for Microsoft (if you get the point)...
And I am driven by the ideaology of open source programming!I am trying to host server for my games, so Linux is the OS for me.
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Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: pasgui on January 23, 2008, 01:07:33 pm
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codeblocks: error while loading shared libraries: libwx_gtk2u_aui-2.8.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Maybe you need to install the wxWidgets library from http://wiki.wxpython.org/InstallingOnUbuntuOrDebian (http://wiki.wxpython.org/InstallingOnUbuntuOrDebian):
- add the repository:
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deb http://apt.wxwidgets.org/ gutsy-wx- and the public key:
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wget -q http://apt.wxwidgets.org/key.asc -O- | sudo apt-key add -
Regards, pasgui
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: jens on January 26, 2008, 05:49:12 pm
I decided to change my repository for debian.

That means all former entries in "/etc/apt/sources.list" will not work anymore.

The reason is that I now build packages not only for "i386" (32-bit) systems, but also for "amd64" (64-bit systems), but based only on one suite (stable aka etch).

Please have a look for the new entries for "sources.list" on the starting page of my repository (see signature),

I'm sorry for the inconvenience, but I hope I make it a little bit more comfortable for all 64-bit debian users to work with C::B.

Edit:
The actual (and only) version of C::B in my repo is svn4845 at the moment.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: Ivo Georgiev on January 30, 2008, 05:34:25 am

   Hi,

   I was able to build an RPM for Mandriva 2006 just correcting the wxSleep stuff. Unfortunatelly I don't have place to store it but I can send to anyone who ask for.

Send it at ivshti@gmail.com , please
Thanks
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: mess-mate on November 25, 2008, 11:33:55 am
Hi, i don't know if this is a C::B issue or a plugin issue.
When i want settin my Settings/Environmnet C::B crash.
I use the jens nightly builds so can't test it with the 8.02 *.deb's.
On a debian/lenny distro.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: jens on November 25, 2008, 12:38:21 pm
Hi, i don't know if this is a C::B issue or a plugin issue.
When i want settin my Settings/Environmnet C::B crash.
I use the jens nightly builds so can't test it with the 8.02 *.deb's.
On a debian/lenny distro.


Do you have a crash-report inside your /tmp-directory ?
It should be named like "/tmp/codeblocks_dbgrpt-18802-20081125T120325/codeblocks.xml" (where the first number is the PID of crashed C::B and the second numner is the date and time of the crash).

Inside the xml-file the part beginning with "<stack>" is of interest (if it exists).

It would be nice if you would post it, or send it to me via mail or PM, so that I can have a look on it.

You can also try to remove (or better rename) your "default.conf"-file in "~/.codeblocks".
C::B will then create a new default configuration.

If you want to (have to) restore settings from the saved conf-file you can use "cb_share_config" (just type it in a console) to transfer sections to the newly created conf-file.
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: wread on October 18, 2013, 01:34:05 pm
I made a C::B package for Porteus 2.1-32-bits; you can download it from here (http://wread.porteus.org/public/KDE-32bits/Development/CodeBlocks/)

Make a folder Codeblocks in "modules" and put the 4 downloaded xzm-files in it; activate them and you can start programming with DB...

Regards!
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: baranbaran on June 04, 2015, 08:37:18 am
that is great information ........
Title: Re: [DOWNLOAD] Packages of Code::Blocks in your linux distro
Post by: archman007 on March 17, 2019, 01:44:13 pm
takeshi miya

I could not use what you posted.  First of all the download link requested me to supply an admin user and password.  This is not normal for a download.