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Developer forums (C::B DEVELOPMENT STRICTLY!) => Contributions to C::B => Topic started by: rgo on November 12, 2007, 03:46:46 pm

Title: Codeblocks as IDE for school
Post by: rgo on November 12, 2007, 03:46:46 pm
Hello. I'm teach children to program C and Pascal. And looking for an freesoftware IDE for pupils, i was found Codeblock. It's great, but...

1. Is codeblocks able to debug without creating a project? Only a last courses pupils use several-files program, others are creating only 1-file projects. Creating project, complex directory tree for one .c file looking not good. And i'm searching for simplest way to add to codeblock feature to work with one .c file as with a project. Should I go deep to codeblocks scripting, or it would be easier to modify some sources?

2. As I watching, codeblocks build system does not use i18n? I can to translate all codeblock into russian, and if problem #1 will be solved, i do it, but... should I modify Makefiles or this modifications are already done but i'm not see it?

ps. excuse me for my English, but there are no much practice.
Title: Re: Codeblocks as IDE for school
Post by: mandrav on November 12, 2007, 04:02:46 pm
Hello. I'm teach children to program C and Pascal. And looking for an freesoftware IDE for pupils, i was found Codeblock. It's great, but...

1. Is codeblocks able to debug without creating a project? Only a last courses pupils use several-files program, others are creating only 1-file projects. Creating project, complex directory tree for one .c file looking not good. And i'm searching for simplest way to add to codeblock feature to work with one .c file as with a project. Should I go deep to codeblocks scripting, or it would be easier to modify some sources?

Unfortunately this is not supported (yet).

2. As I watching, codeblocks build system does not use i18n? I can to translate all codeblock into russian, and if problem #1 will be solved, i do it, but... should I modify Makefiles or this modifications are already done but i'm not see it?

Code::Blocks uses Launchpad (http://launchpad.net/products/codeblocks/) for its translations. But this is not yet integrated in the build process.
An outdated but nevertheless helpful article to read: Internationalization (http://wiki.codeblocks.org/index.php?title=Internationalization)
Title: Re: Codeblocks as IDE for school
Post by: kisoft on November 13, 2007, 08:40:36 am
Hello. I'm teach children to program C and Pascal. And looking for an freesoftware IDE for pupils, i was found Codeblock. It's great, but...

Hi!
EMail me your questions (in russian).
May be I can help you. I being used C::B a long time.

Good luck!
Title: Re: Codeblocks as IDE for school
Post by: rgo on November 12, 2010, 06:26:03 am
Hi.
I cant find you email. In you profile its hidden. You help came too late, i'm no more a teacher. =)
But if you want to know what exactly I wished from "school IDE", mail me: rgo на interzet точка ру.
Title: Re: Codeblocks as IDE for school
Post by: xunxun on November 15, 2010, 10:26:20 am
I think you can debug one file by Tools-plug-in (if you can configure tools with compiler and debugger)
Title: Re: Codeblocks as IDE for school
Post by: mahaju on May 09, 2011, 04:06:49 am
I think you can debug one file by Tools-plug-in (if you can configure tools with compiler and debugger)

Hi where can I find this plugin and how do I use it?
Title: Re: Codeblocks as IDE for school
Post by: oBFusCATed on May 09, 2011, 12:35:29 pm
The plugin is available in the latest nighlies, but won't solve your problem.
Debugging using the C::B GUI is supported only if you have a project.