Author Topic: How to turn off compiler messages localization without contrib envvars plugin?  (Read 160 times)

Offline 0x0000053A

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AND without ugly stuff like manually changing codeblocks executable into shell script launching the real codeblocks executable with LANG=C envvar.
Is it possible? Because it should be possible if C::B is meant to be usable without contrib plugins.

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Can you be a little bit more clear what you're trying to do?
Which os? Which version?
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Can you be a little bit more clear what you're trying to do?
Which os? Which version?
You know the problem with localized compiler messages being recognized by C::B as errors even if they are actually notes or warnings?
The most common solution for this problem is to set LANG environment variable to en_US or C somewhere. I need to find a "somewhere" that would satisfy me.
I'm on linux with C::B 17.12 but i don't think it's actually useful information.

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Try env LC_MESSAGES=en_US.UTF8 codeblocks in a terminal...
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