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General (but related to Code::Blocks) / Re: Welcome Newcomers - PLEASE READ!!!
« Last post by 000Hackz000 on August 22, 2019, 09:58:55 pm »
Hey guys, i am here.
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General (but related to Code::Blocks) / Re: linux on chromebooks download?
« Last post by robernicus on August 22, 2019, 03:23:37 am »
Thank you i will try that.
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Plugins development / Re: Project options manipulator
« Last post by BlueHazzard on August 21, 2019, 11:00:57 pm »
Can you report this as a ticket? Here it will get lost... i found this only by coincidence...
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Patches to do what? I never applied any patches to wxWidgets, i was always using trunk or now master. I submitted some patches to wxWidgets though to fix various issues, but none were compiling related.

So, you have submitted patches to wxWidgets.

So, you likely know that MONOLITHIC=1 is less tested; and, it tends to have build errors from time to time. It is not that great of leap to think it might have more run-time issues. Note: I have never noticed a run-time from MONOLITHIC=1; but, I have had multiple build time issues due to the command being too long when using MONOLITHIC=1.

Tim S.

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Patches to do what? I never applied any patches to wxWidgets, i was always using trunk or now master. I submitted some patches to wxWidgets though to fix various issues, but none were compiling related.

On Windows i am building SHARED=0 and MONOLITHIC=1 since ever, like 10 years or so. From TDM to MinGW to MinGW-w64 and with MSVC 20xx. On Linux i build very rare, but when then with SHARED=1 and MONOLITHIC=0.
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I would try building using SHARED=0 MONOLITHIC=0 in a new build location.
The combination of SHARED=0 and MONOLITHIC=1 is almost never used; so, it is more likely to be broken in wxWidgets or Code::Blocks.

I can't agree with that, in fact SHARED=0 MONOLITHIC=0 doesn't buy you anything, you are linking statically, unused stuff doesn't get included anyway, its just easier to link with one library in that case. Non-monolithic builds make more sense when using shared libraries, in this case you can skip linking the libraries you don't need so you can reduce the required external dependencies the unused libraries depend on.

So, how many patches have to had applied to wxWidgets?

I have had over a half a dozen.

Tim S.
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If you are not using an CB Project state that in your thread!!!!

Tim S.
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Post minimal code to reproduce this... Only a error messages that says something somewhere is not working does not help, also if we have the error message in an image...

And i bet for 100$ the error is in your code ;)
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Thank You for giving me your reply, but in my College (School) Lab I was using Turbo C and it was working perfectly fine there was not any kind of Error either Logical nor syntax error too.


it looks that it is something else from side of Code::Blocks, because my School (College) when I wrote same Code in Code::Blocks their too, it stopped in same way.


here I've attached the Error Screenshot which I am facing after giving 6 number input and waiting for the output/
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