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Using Code::Blocks / Re: PLEASE I really need help!!!
« Last post by cppppc on Today at 01:34:45 pm »
Operating system?

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be saved every 30 second
not that great, i would use 2 or 5 min.

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my file is not of a size 0, however when i open it, it's empty
where do open the file? Is it a project file or a source file?
What if you open the file in a text editor?
What was the cause of this? Sudden shutdown? Crash?

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so i have a file.saved with the same name as my project
make a copy of both files and rename the .saved to .cbp and try to open it

Use a cvs like git next time you make a important project and commit your work regularly

Thanks a lot for your reply :) I fixed it, I opened the saved file using a text editor NotePad++ and my source code was there
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Announcements / Re: Code::Blocks On macOS
« Last post by BlueHazzard on Today at 12:04:58 pm »
don't have any mac so I can't help much, but there has to be more output...
Here at the forum are other user who have reported to build codeblocks fine. You can try to use their approach and build codeblocks through codeblocks afterward...

What does the console output before the error messages, what is the command line you invoke?

are there any .log files in the build directory?
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Using Code::Blocks / Re: PLEASE I really need help!!!
« Last post by BlueHazzard on Today at 11:58:25 am »
Operating system?

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be saved every 30 second
not that great, i would use 2 or 5 min.

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my file is not of a size 0, however when i open it, it's empty
where do open the file? Is it a project file or a source file?
What if you open the file in a text editor?
What was the cause of this? Sudden shutdown? Crash?

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so i have a file.saved with the same name as my project
make a copy of both files and rename the .saved to .cbp and try to open it

Use a cvs like git next time you make a important project and commit your work regularly
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Using Code::Blocks / PLEASE I really need help!!!
« Last post by cppppc on Today at 10:46:03 am »
I have the 16.01 CB version, i was finishing my project right now and saved it (i also changed the setting for projects to be saved every 30 seconds, so i have a file.saved with the same name as my project), my file is not of a size 0, however when i open it, it's empty, nothing, I've spent almost a month on this project and i need to handle it these days. PLEASE HELP?? :'(        ???
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Help / Re: cannot get graphical output from dislin using Tools output
« Last post by oBFusCATed on Today at 09:13:38 am »
It seems to be a pain to make the C::B output appear in the internal console. Other IDEs like Netbeans and Eclipse do it without monkeying around.
Have you tried the other IDEs on Windows? Windows is a bit special when console applications are involved or when gui applications show a console themselves.
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Help / Re: I can't compile anything! (Edited)
« Last post by Dannyu NDos on Today at 05:54:39 am »
Try using only ASCII letters with no spaces in your project path and filenames.

Tim S.

That solved my problem. Thank you very much!
(Furthermore, I changed the default language from Korean to English.)
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Help / Re: I can't compile anything! (Edited)
« Last post by stahta01 on Today at 05:40:27 am »
Try using only ASCII letters with no spaces in your project path and filenames.

Tim S.
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There has been posts in the past that claimed this is possible and the feature needs to be accessed through the Tools menu.

http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php?topic=13175.0

As I mentioned that it works fine in Linux, but not in Windows 10.

It seems to be a pain to make the C::B output appear in the internal console. Other IDEs like Netbeans and Eclipse do it without monkeying around.

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Announcements / Re: Code::Blocks On macOS
« Last post by Code::BlocksOnmacOS on Yesterday at 10:25:39 pm »
I just hope a working macOS build WILL happen - no errors, 14 warnings, then 4 errors... Not even explaining WHY there are errors!
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Announcements / Re: Code::Blocks On macOS
« Last post by Code::BlocksOnmacOS on Yesterday at 10:23:03 pm »
Here's an update - got 4 weird errors concerning the build:
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make[4]: *** [debuggergdb.lo] Error 1
make[3]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[2]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
If you can explain to me what this is (if you can re-create the error) That will help LOADS
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