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Well, I spoke too soon. The error that says no compiler found is gone after following your direction...but, now I have another error kicking up. When I start a new project, it asks me to choose the type of project from a template. I'm not sure which one to use. I want to use the standard input output library to do some initial programs for practice. aka <stdio.h> which one should I choose and what other steps do I need to take after choosing one? I know...basic stuff but, I don't know so it is a bit confusing for me.

Thanks in advance...

L. J. Coulthurst
This bug has just been fixed on wxWidgets trunk, commit ce903da
I did exactly as you suggested...I went into the path directory, settings/compiler etc...changed the path and bammo...worked like a charm. That was exactly what was wrong. it was looking for the mingw directly off the c: drive. C:/MingW I changed that and you were 100% fixed the problem and I can not thank you enough BlueHazzard! It was staring me in the face and when you said to go look at that and it was so obvious but I would have continued to overlook it. So I thank you very much.

L. J. Coulthurst
my installation path is the following..

The executable is in that file...codeblocks.exe

There is a folder MinGw/bin and within the bin folder. there is a gcc file however it is not an executable file. it is an application file. however there is no exe extension on it.

I will try the settings as you suggest and post the results here.
You have to re-start Code::Blocks after changing the PATH environmental variable!

Tim S.
Help / Re: ctrl+f search popup annoyance
« Last post by gvh on June 08, 2018, 12:51:15 pm »
Sorry for making a separate post on this, I didn't see this one. I've deleted the duplicate. For anyone else having this issue, you can resolve it by opening src/sdk/infowindow.cpp and making the following change to the InfoWindow::Display function:

// static
void InfoWindow::Display(const wxString& title, const wxString& message, unsigned int delay, unsigned int hysteresis)
    return; // NO

problem solved!
Hello all,

I am trying to compile the codeblocks using source code with the help of

I followed every step as mentioned on this page, but while compiling, I am getting the following error:
Target is up to date.
Running target post-build steps
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cmd /c if not exist devel\share\CodeBlocks mkdir devel\share\CodeBlocks
zip -jq9 devel\share\CodeBlocks\ sdk\resources\*.xrc
Execution of 'zip -jq9 devel\share\CodeBlocks\ sdk\resources\*.xrc' in '\Projects\codeblocks-code-11414-trunk\src' failed.

I have also set the path of zip.exe in the environment variable.

I checked it using cmd to zip a sample file, then it worked fine.

Please help me to resolve this issue.

Help / Re: Code autocompletion hangs Code::Blocks
« Last post by oBFusCATed on June 08, 2018, 09:07:11 am »
Thanks for reporting back. I knew I've seen this report in #701, but I couldn't find the link.
Help / Re: Code autocompletion hangs Code::Blocks
« Last post by Totoxa on June 08, 2018, 01:33:34 am »
Any progress with reproducing this on ubuntu?

Sorry, I completely forgot about this, the forums doesn't send email notifications?.

Fortunately another C::B user was also hit by this problem and solved it [1]. I noticed because a bug report on kicad [2].

@Miguels: If cb fails because it cannot override files in program files then this is a bug. The changes to the compiler settings are either saved in the config file or in the share folder in the config folder. But I think that running as administrator won't help much.
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