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Development / Re: cctest project missing from Contrib workspace?
« Last post by stahta01 on April 25, 2017, 03:45:22 am »
Is the cctest project missing from Contrib workspaces on purpose?

Tim S.
My point is that cctest is only for test, so only developer need to build it. So, no need to put it in that workspace.

OK, Did you know it was in all of the CodeBlocks workspaces? Example: CodeBlocks.workspace

Your answer implies it should NOT be in them.

Tim S.
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Hello,
How to make C::B gdb debugger watch display the content of a wxString stored in m_impl to be displayed directly in wxString field in the watch grid (so I don't have to expand wxString object each time I want to see the content of m_impl).

Help me please  :'(

Thank you for your understanding.

I am using Windows XP SP3 32bit under VMware Workstation, with C::B svn 11021 and TDM-GCC-32 v5.1.0 and wxWidgets 3.1.0
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Development / Re: cctest project missing from Contrib workspace?
« Last post by ollydbg on April 25, 2017, 02:29:26 am »
Is the cctest project missing from Contrib workspaces on purpose?

Tim S.
My point is that cctest is only for test, so only developer need to build it. So, no need to put it in that workspace.
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Development / cctest project missing from Contrib workspace?
« Last post by stahta01 on April 25, 2017, 02:13:28 am »
Is the cctest project missing from Contrib workspaces on purpose?

Tim S.
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Who still uses the projects tab for anything? Alt-G FTW! :)

If anyone tries to implement this make sure that loading and displaying a project with 45k file is not slowed down by this change!
lol ok ;) so not the best idea.. :(
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Using Code::Blocks / Re: Release/Target - Different .exe
« Last post by stahta01 on April 24, 2017, 07:44:30 pm »
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Using Code::Blocks / Release/Target - Different .exe
« Last post by sevendogzero on April 24, 2017, 07:28:47 pm »
I'm using CB for win32 dev.

Release build and Debug builds end up with different exe.

Example Combo box is longer with no vert scroll bar under Release, but
shorter with a vert scroll bar under Debug

One combo box displays statics statically loaded values under release, but not under
Debug.

Any ideas, suggestions.


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this are quite mixed applications with python, from your posting i think this is quite over your head, and i don't think anyone has the time, to give you a step by step instruction.
The documentation of all this is really poor, or non existent. This does not help either...

The easiest way is to create a project and add the files:
Simply create a console project , delete the main.cpp and add the c and h files with Project->Add files

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Let me know if C and C++ compilers coming with CodeBlocks are fit to compile the above code from GitHub,
if not, should I use MS Visual Studio and MS C C++ compilers ?
No idea... you have to look trought the code and look if there are some msw specific compiler options. You can try the import plugin of Codeblocks: File->Import project->MS Visual studio project file

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If source code is not renamed to main.c
default main.c code gets compiled - Hello World every time.
well in main.c is the main function... You have to add the source files to the project to let codeblocks know what you want to compile
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I am undecided whether this post is inside or outside the rules.

Link to the rules http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php/topic,9996.0.html

Tim S.

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Hi,

could you tell me,
how to compile code from GitHub with C C++ compilers coming with CodeBlocks ?

web link to the code is:

https://github.com/Self-Driving-Vehicle/CANBUS-Hack

http://illmatics.com/content.zip

Code looks to be a mix of C and C++
there is more than one main.c file , renamed.

How to open unzipped project's code within CodeBlocks as file directory ?

Let me know if C and C++ compilers coming with CodeBlocks are fit to compile the above code from GitHub,
if not, should I use MS Visual Studio and MS C C++ compilers ?

Codeblocks installed easily under Windows XP
If source code is not renamed to main.c
default main.c code gets compiled - Hello World every time.

thank you

Jack
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