Author Topic: [resolved] No targets in New Project wizard  (Read 42870 times)

Offline cacb

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Re: No targets in New Project wizard
« Reply #30 on: October 20, 2013, 04:52:15 pm »
If you just build C::B, you can add them to the  cb_release_type global-variable. That covers most (not all) C::B projects.

I am not using C::B projects to build C::B, I simply use the dpkg-buildpackage procedure explained here,16740.msg122695.html#msg122695
using the export option mentioned above solves the issue with building C::B as far as I am concerned.

Basically, I was referring to using wxWidgets under Code::Blocks with gcc 4.8.1, where the same problem returns. The idea of using a global variable to control compiler options is nevertheless a good idea that could perhaps be re-used here. I already have a "wx" global variable, so presumably I could just add the new compiler options in the cfield area for the "wx" variable. I will try.

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Re: No targets in New Project wizard
« Reply #31 on: October 20, 2013, 10:30:40 pm »
Hello everyone,

I did try the last rev 9413 right now, and the issue is fixed!
Great job!
Thanks a lot!

Now only one old issue is still there - large files in large projects hangs CB or it crushes some times. I think - the parser and Thread Search are making some multitasking troubles here. But it is a story for other thread (there is one somewhere there) .