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Improving governance kodeblok
« on: December 29, 2015, 02:41:12 pm »
 :)      Hi guys! With the coming of the holidays! All good holiday!! My good wishes!

I ask the Council kodeblok, I'm training to wield it well, I want to open the project in kodeblok, I want to debug and compile the project. All that I want to learn, your advice. Many councils use different kodeblok.

The first is

How to wear a code from place to place? How to copy and paste with the mouse?

The second is
How to rename a file existing project file MAIN.C changed the name of his new MAIN.CPP asked?

The third is

I want to help kodeblok build plug-ins for IDA.
Very good tutorials that are described very well detailed, and really gorgeous.

Please describe exactly this help fulfill As with kodeblok.
True to the right let Instructions, also precise instructions

" 3.2 Windows, Using Dev-C++ With GCC and MinGW
You can obtain a copy of Dev-C++, GCC and MinGW as one package from Installing and setting it up is beyond the scope of this
tutorial, so from here on, it'll be assumed that it's all in working order.
As before, start up Dev-C++ and ensure no project or other files are open – we want a clean
1 Go to File->New Project, choose Empty Project, make sure C++ Project is
selected and give it any name you wish, click OK
2 Choose a directory to save the project file, this can be anywhere you wish.
3 Go to Project->New File, this will hold the source code to your plug-in. Repeat this
step for any other files you want to add to the project.
4 Go to Project->Project Options, click on the Parameters tab.
5 Under C++ compiler, add:
-DWIN32 -D__NT__ -D__IDP__ -v -mrtd
6 Under Linker, add:
../path/to/your/sdk/libgcc.wXX/ida.a -Wl,--dll -shared
Just a note here - it's usually best to start with ../, because msys seems to get confused
with just /, and tries to reference it from the root of the msys directory.
7 Click on the Directories tab, and Include Directories sub-tab. Add the path to
your IDA SDK include directory to the list.
8 Click on the Build Options tab, set the output directory to your IDA plugins
directory, and Override the output filename to be a .plw file. Click OK.
9 Move on to section 3.4
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Re: Improving governance kodeblok
« Reply #1 on: January 01, 2016, 02:53:52 pm »
The second question seems to be, the greater its fate, it appeared so.
The third question is not clear at all.

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Re: Improving governance kodeblok
« Reply #2 on: January 01, 2016, 04:35:34 pm »
Sorry, but its really hard to understand what you are talking about. Do you use a bad translation engine?
Compiler logging: Settings->Compiler & Debugger->tab "Other"->Compiler logging="Full command line"
C::B Manual:

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Re: Improving governance kodeblok
« Reply #3 on: January 01, 2016, 04:54:51 pm »
Third. Ida is a separate software product, disassembler.
I want to build a plugin for it .. The plugin is written in C ++. The plugin provides different opportunities for Ida. Language for writing C ++ plug has specific

I quoted above, clipping articles from how to build a plugin. I am still uncomfortable with running Kodeblokom. I'll stick in future screens, so it will be better, sharper and clearer.

Thanks for the link! I see them.
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