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Title: The 13 november 2006 build will NOT be out.
Post by: killerbot on November 13, 2006, 06:52:46 pm
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Title: Re: The 13 november 2006 build will NOT be out.
Post by: keenblade on November 14, 2006, 02:37:37 pm
   Hi,
   Is there any nightly Code::Blocks user who has successfuly builded Visual Component Framework (http://vcf-online.org).
   I can't build VCF with the nightly Code:Blocks. Actually, I use svn builds and don't want to revert back to a rc2 build?
Could someone tell me how to build VCF with the nightly Code::Blocks?
While searching forums, I found out only mispunt got it I guess:

I tarted with wxWidgets, but I had some problems with it, so I switched to FLTK, but I didn't like the non native gui. Now I am using VCF.
That is all because I have to program cossplatform.  8)

    The project file format of vcf was 1.4 and I save them with the nightly's format. Many resource file could not be found. Adding the include folders did not work. I guess it is much more complicated than adding folders vs, to build vcf with the nightly.

By the way I tried the sources of vcf from svn without luck :(

Any idea?

I found a post (http://vcf-online.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=861&pid=7151&mode=threaded&show=&st=&#entry7151) with the same problem at vcf support forum and added mine. So far, there is no solution other then using a rc2 build.

Is somebody working on a project importer for upcoming rc3?
 
I use:
Code::Blocks : svn build 1.0 revision 3212
VCF: 0.9.0 - devmain-0.9.2
Gcc : 3.4.5 & 4.1.1
wxWidgets: 2.6.3pl2
Operating system : xp
Title: Re: The 13 november 2006 build will NOT be out.
Post by: Belgabor on November 14, 2006, 05:39:36 pm
Set up an environment variable in Settings->Environment Settings called VCF_INCLUDE that points to the src directory of your vcf sources.
Title: Re: The 13 november 2006 build will NOT be out.
Post by: David Perfors on November 14, 2006, 05:58:47 pm
Look at the forums of VCF, there you will find some answers. And they are not using RC2 for compiling, but an older version of the nightly
Title: Re: The 13 november 2006 build will NOT be out.
Post by: Acki on November 14, 2006, 08:05:52 pm
Hi,
I have found a strange behavior !!!

I have an exteral include folder and I include one of the files from this folder...

I add the folder to the project's build options...
Now every source file that includes a file from this folder will be compiled always !!!
Even if there are no changes to the whole project !!!

If I add the folder to the compiler and debugger settings as default,
it's like expected, "Nothing to be done."

I hope you understand what I mean... ;)