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Hello, I am using Debian 9 and in my school we are right now programming microcontrollers, but the teacher gave us one of his microcontroller from his own company. In school on the Windows OS it worked, now I wanted to try it on Debian. On windows I was able to go to "share\CodeBlocks\templates\wizard" and add a working wizard. The thing is I don't find these files on Debian. Where are they located?

I installed CodeBlocks with:

--- Code: ---sudo apt-get install codeblocks
--- End code ---

Excuse me if this post is in the wrong part of the forum.

You can add your wizard here:

--- Code: ---~/.local/share/codeblocks/templates/wizard

--- End code ---

But you should add it to the startup script, too.

I'm new here and need some help with my project. I installed Code::Blocks IDE on Debian 8 Jesse using Jessie's backports. Everything worked just fine, but now I have to do a project using Debian 9 (Stretch). I need to build a C++ application. Can I use a 32 bit microcontroller? Any recommendations how to do it smoothly?


--- Quote --- Can I use a 32 bit microcontroller? Any recommendations how to do it smoothly?
--- End quote ---
What has this to do with codeblocks and debian?
What is your questions. Please be specific and detailed. 32bit mocrocontroller is everything and nothing....

What has this to do with this thread? Make a new thread if you have a unrelated question....


I am getting myself set up for C programming on the latest Debian Jessie. In the Debian Reference Manual they recommend the following command to set up the environment.
# apt-get install glibc-doc manpages-dev libc6-dev gcc build-essential

My question is should I be using the package gcc-4.9 instead of just gcc in the above command, in order to get the latest stable version. It's not clear to me what the difference is between the two packages.

Thanks for the replies.

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