Code::Blocks

User forums => Using Code::Blocks => Topic started by: uniwin on February 17, 2006, 11:34:48 am

Title: make Code::Blocks a remote IDE
Post by: uniwin on February 17, 2006, 11:34:48 am
sometimes we may need to develop programs on UNIX but still want IDEs based on Windows. Uniwin is the tool for this purpose. It is a small toolset to make a IDE to be a remote develop environment seemlessly. Uniwin can be downloaded from http://sourceforge.net/projects/uniwin. Uniwin has been tested for Code::Blocks already.
Title: Re: make Code::Blocks a remote IDE
Post by: Michael on February 17, 2006, 11:40:59 am
Hello,

It seems an interesting tool :). Thanks for the info.

You said that "Uniwin has been tested for Code::Blocks already", but which are the conclusions?

Best wishes,
Michael
Title: Re: make Code::Blocks a remote IDE
Post by: MortenMacFly on February 17, 2006, 12:10:22 pm
The embedded PDF document says:
"Dev-Cpp, Relo, Code::Blocks, Vide and
Maybe you prefer some other IDEs on windows, such as Dev-Cpp, Code::Blocks, Relo, Vide
and so on. Uniwin can make them remote development environments seamlessly. What you
need to do is just modifying the names of gccs and g++s built-in with them for example
Dev-Cpp or providing them with the pseudo toolchains of Uniwin, such as Relo,
Code::Blocks, Vide."
...it really sounds interesting anyway...
Morten.
Title: Re: make Code::Blocks a remote IDE
Post by: takeshi miya on February 17, 2006, 12:34:16 pm
Great! :)

If the data is separated enough from the GUI (and uses standard C++) it shouldn't be difficult to make a Code::Blocks plugin, which will be integrated better.

Also I wonder how difficult could be to add support for the inverse, let's say, using Code::Blocks on linux, and compiling remotely on a Windows box, using a MSVC 2003 Free Compiler or even Digital Mars D compiler. :P
Title: Re: make Code::Blocks a remote IDE
Post by: mandrav on February 17, 2006, 12:53:33 pm
Nice work uniwin :)

But I wonder...
Am I supposed to make sense out of this?



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Title: Re: make Code::Blocks a remote IDE
Post by: MortenMacFly on February 17, 2006, 01:02:42 pm
If the data is separated enough from the GUI (and uses standard C++) it shouldn't be difficult to make a Code::Blocks plugin, which will be integrated better.
There is no need fo an integration. Theses are wrapper programs (g++, gcc...). You only need to make a copy of the GCC compiler in C::B and adjust the path's accordingly.  :P
Title: Re: make Code::Blocks a remote IDE
Post by: takeshi miya on February 17, 2006, 03:29:56 pm
If the data is separated enough from the GUI (and uses standard C++) it shouldn't be difficult to make a Code::Blocks plugin, which will be integrated better.
There is no need fo an integration. Theses are wrapper programs (g++, gcc...). You only need to make a copy of the GCC compiler in C::B and adjust the path's accordingly.  :P

I'm talking about the little GUI: (http://sourceforge.net/dbimage.php?id=56222)

You know, without having it more integrated it could have the same luck as cbDragScroll (:)) before going to contrib: no users use it, because no users knows it.
Same goes for nice tools like STL GDB (http://staff.science.uva.nl/~gilad/stl/stl_gdb.html),  STLFilt (http://www.bdsoft.com/tools/stlfilt.html), or c++filt, they aren't more widespread here because they aren't "GUI user friendly" integrated.
Title: Re: make Code::Blocks a remote IDE
Post by: killerbot on February 17, 2006, 03:35:37 pm
Quote
You know, without having it more integrated it could have the same luck as cbDragScroll (Smile) before going to contrib: no users use it, because no users knows it.

wait and see ...
Title: Re: make Code::Blocks a remote IDE
Post by: uniwin on February 22, 2006, 12:58:55 am

I'm talking about the little GUI: (http://sourceforge.net/dbimage.php?id=56222)

You know, without having it more integrated it could have the same luck as cbDragScroll (:)) before going to contrib: no users use it, because no users knows it.
Same goes for nice tools like STL GDB (http://staff.science.uva.nl/~gilad/stl/stl_gdb.html),  STLFilt (http://www.bdsoft.com/tools/stlfilt.html), or c++filt, they aren't more widespread here because they aren't "GUI user friendly" integrated.

I changed it to XP style now, it looks a little better. (http://sourceforge.net/dbimage.php?id=59863)