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Re: Release 12.11 has arrived
« Reply #15 on: December 07, 2012, 01:12:21 am »
Great job!  I looked at the downloads page, and that is a huge number of packages that were prepared!

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Re: Release 12.11 has arrived
« Reply #16 on: December 07, 2012, 01:33:52 pm »
Why the name is not 12.12 ?   ;D
The build date/SVN revision date counts, which you can see in the about dialog.
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Re: Release 12.11 has arrived
« Reply #17 on: December 07, 2012, 02:58:14 pm »
Why the name is not 12.12 ?   ;D
The build date/SVN revision date counts, which you can see in the about dialog.

Just kidding.
I'm happy that CB has new official version.
Since one year, I am using CB as basic developer tool in our company. It is a little bit tune up version of CB to fit into our developing environments.
Yesterday, I wrote 25 pages document why CB is best choice for us. I would like to push CB as basis tool.  I very much appreciate the remote debugging ability.
The rest of the company is stuck with vi and work in the linux console.

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Re: Release 12.11 has arrived
« Reply #18 on: December 07, 2012, 03:13:37 pm »
The rest of the company is stuck with vi and work in the linux console.
This is because they are real/true developers :)
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Re: Release 12.11 has arrived
« Reply #19 on: December 07, 2012, 03:25:32 pm »
The rest of the company is stuck with vi and work in the linux console.
This is because they are real/true developers :)

Quote one programmer who stuck with the same problem best describes why I got into this business.

“Lately I have been doing some development on the LINUX and UNIX platforms. And I have quickly come to despise an entire generation of back-bone technologies. I am talking about the tools that make up most of these systems; make, vi, telnet, grep and these kinds of tools. The world would have been a better place if these technologies had been retired 10 years ago. And yet, many users of these systems tend to hail their versatility. If they only would turn their heads away from the terminal screen for a moment, they would see that the world had moved on a long time ago...
Anyway, I once promised myself never to use a vi editor because life is too short to learn another move cursor down key-combination, and since there is no such term as "Integrated Development Environment" available in the vocabulary on these platforms, I decided to make one myself.”


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Re: Release 12.11 has arrived
« Reply #20 on: December 08, 2012, 07:40:28 am »
I have mirrored All (except one) CodeBlocks-12.11 release files from Berlios to my server. Mirror can be accessed from the following url.

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http://cb.biplab.in/mirror/12.11/

I have added md5, sha1 and sha256 checksum so that downloaded files (from my mirror) can be verified. Do note that Berlios links doesn't have any checksum verification files. So I generated them on my server.


@ Admins,

1) Debian package links are wrong. Squeeze binary links are pointing to Wheezy binaries and vice versa.
2) Fedora 18-x86_64 release package link is broken. I'm getting a 404 error.
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Re: Release 12.11 has arrived
« Reply #21 on: December 08, 2012, 11:14:12 am »
@ Admins,

1) Debian package links are wrong. Squeeze binary links are pointing to Wheezy binaries and vice versa.
2) Fedora 18-x86_64 release package link is broken. I'm getting a 404 error.

Fixed.
Thanks for reporting !

The berlios interface (or database) seems to be broken. Some files show multiple times with different sizes and are there, and a link for the fc18-x86_64 package was shown, but it was not there. Very weird  ??? .

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Re: Release 12.11 has arrived
« Reply #22 on: December 08, 2012, 11:47:41 am »
@ Admins,

1) Debian package links are wrong. Squeeze binary links are pointing to Wheezy binaries and vice versa.
2) Fedora 18-x86_64 release package link is broken. I'm getting a 404 error.

Fixed.
Thanks for reporting !

The berlios interface (or database) seems to be broken. Some files show multiple times with different sizes and are there, and a link for the fc18-x86_64 package was shown, but it was not there. Very weird  ??? .


Thanks Jens. I have updated my mirror.

Probably this experience gives admins a good idea about Berlios.

It's broken and horribly slow for the rest of the world. Download speed fluctuates like hell. Even from my Germany server I was getting a speed of 400 KB/s for many files. Sometimes speed zooms up to 2-3 MB/s. From my home it rarely goes above 100 KB/s. I had to spend considerable time to download them.

There are several good hosts compared to Berlios. IMHO, Admins should give them a thought.
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Re: Release 12.11 has arrived
« Reply #23 on: December 10, 2012, 09:56:26 am »
thank you for the release. the only disappointing thing is that "watches (new)" replaced the good old watches window. it is much harder to debug without local/function variables listed. grid window does not expand automatically: long variables just don't fit int the window. i can't see anything better in this new approach.
is it possible to have the old watches window in 12.11?

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Re: Release 12.11 has arrived
« Reply #24 on: December 10, 2012, 12:58:45 pm »
is it possible to have the old watches window in 12.11?
Yes, switch to 10.05 and feel the misery of the old watches window.
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Re: Release 12.11 has arrived
« Reply #25 on: December 10, 2012, 04:14:50 pm »
Yes, switch to 10.05 and feel the misery of the old watches window.

come on! that's not a solution...

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Re: Release 12.11 has arrived
« Reply #26 on: December 10, 2012, 04:22:38 pm »
come on! that's not a solution...
Currently the only available solution.  ;D
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Re: Release 12.11 has arrived
« Reply #27 on: December 10, 2012, 10:45:08 pm »
Nicely done guys! ;)

I've been using the Nightly Builds for quite sometime, but it's really nice to finally see a new release!

I know one shouldn't bring up critiques/suggestions in ones first post, but I still wanted to let you know three points:
  • You should (have) push(ed) a message on the Nightly Builds RSS feed, because I only now found out through another person, that the official release had happened, but was subbed to the Nightly Build RSS feed. ;)
  • Maybe you want to put a notice on the download section that the Windows 7/8 needs to be run as admin (if you were to use the default path).
  • And would it be possible to provide a zip archive file, so one could still use it as 'portable' application (yes I know it's not strictly portable)? ;)

Thanks for everything!

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Re: Release 12.11 has arrived
« Reply #28 on: December 11, 2012, 04:26:28 pm »
I have the version 10.05 on ubuntu
how can i upgrade it to the new version?

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Re: Release 12.11 has arrived
« Reply #29 on: December 11, 2012, 06:11:31 pm »
What version of Ubuntu ?
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