Alright, I have finished my Release Candidate 3 of my installer....
It works fine here. Very goodlooking. Notes:
1. I look in vain for mingw32-make.exe. Is it hiding under some other name? (I need it to build wxWidgets!)
2. Repair doesn't seem to repair
3. Why Ansi? Unicode is probably better for the majority of users.
EDIT: Ad. 1: A fully-fledged CB workspace for building wxWidgets would be better, render make redundant. Is anybody sitting on a nice wxWidgets workspace?
Ad. 2: Try removing some files, eg. Codeblocks\bin\mingw32-c++.exe etc, and then do a repair.
The files does not reappear! (at least not on my system)
- about MinGW, you should know that it's not certain that the next release will include it.
What a pity if it isn't. CB+MinGW is one extraordinary bundle.
Like all other software CB comes over better if it works right out of the box.
(Without a compiler it doesn't. Windows people at least expects the full treatment :) )
Also, the bundle signals quite clearly which (version of the) compiler CB is intended for/most tested together with/endorsed by you.
Speaking of which, is gcc 3.4.5 (the version included here) the best known version? Isn't 4.0.1 ready for prime time?
Sadly the upgrade from 3.4.4 (CB RC2) to 3.4.5 (April 18st nightly installer) didn't help me any, same result.http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php?topic=2212.msg17478#msg17478
I've been scanning global scope for bad initialization, removing XRCID("") from global static variables, still no luck.
EDIT: Guess I'm ready for 4.x....