Author Topic: An opinion about Build -> Compile current file that you want to compile  (Read 2085 times)

Infeligo

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Hello,

I just checked out Code::Blocks. What I was looking for was a small and neat IDE for ocassional C++ projects and even one-file programs. I was also considering text editors with quick build features. But none of the candidates suited me. Notepad++ has jumping and shifting parenthesis when they are highlighted, Scite has an ugly About box and what about Code::Blocks???

Just because I love your efforts, I'm telling you. The Build menu item "Compile current file" doesn't fit into the width! Oh this drawback gave me an enormous headache.

BTW, couldn't find resource strings (wanted to fix that). Is Code::Blocks localizable at all?

Offline jale

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Re: An opinion about Build -> Compile current file that you want to compile
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2008, 03:53:03 pm »
My experience with code blocks is great on windows and linux

very easy instalation, easy to use, easy to learn, very good features...