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The 12 July 2020 build (12187) is out.


new PATCHED wx dll , please download these too and replace your old ones !!!

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Before you use a nightly make sure you understand how it works.

A link to the unicode windows wxWidget dll(s) for Code::Blocks :
A link to Mingw64 dll's needed by Code::Blocks :

The 12 July 2020 build is out.
  - Windows :
  - Linux :

The current SDK version is : 2.4.0

Resolved Fixed:

* MouseSap - Require user to explicitly enable plugin via editor settings config dialog
* debugger: Improve the IsPointerType function to handle restrict references and some other more complex types
* envvar: Fix a copy-paste error and properly expose the nsEnvVars::GetActiveSetName as EnvvarGetActiveSetName to scripting
* DoxyBlocks: Fix a crash on startup (ticket #839)
* BrowseTracker - Fix incorrect editor selection when closing active Editor. Add .png's for settings/configuration
* UI: Improve translations in several places (ticket #985)
* scripting: Add compare method to wxString
* lexer: Add enums to the list for keywords in the Squirrel lexer
* debugger: Add an option to disable the switching of the perspective when starting the debugger
* debugger: Fix assert when resetting settings (wxYES and wxNO must always be used together)
* compiler: Add tooltip to the number of processes spin control (ticket #988)
* compiler: Align some controls in the Compiler Options a bit better
Regressions/Confirmed/Annoying/Common bugs:

Thanks for this version.
Where to find the patch to apply it to 32-bit versions?

These two places, I think:

@killerbot: Could you put the info in more official place?

One question and one comment:

Which (.exe) file I must run (in to CD_ folder) to install "nightly build" please?

The process is quite simple but the help in the forum is unnecessarily complicated.
For example, could all essentials be summarized in one page (or even all the links)
so that some idiots like me would not search for more than half an hour trying to
find the cursed files in question.

A summary guide would be necessary and it would look something like this:

Τo install a nightly build:

1. Download the 3 necessary files
*The file names may different but the start is almost the same.
1a) "CB_XX_revXX_... .7z"  (.zip)  Link:
1b) "MingwXXdlls_... .7z"  (.zip)  Link:
1c) "wxmswXXu_... .7z"  (.zip)  Link:

2. Extract downloaded files
2a) Extract (or Unzip) "CB_XX_revXX_... .7z" in to a "new folder"
2b) Extract (or Unzip) "MingwXXdlls_... .7z" in to that same "new folder"
2c) Extract (or Unzip) "wxmswXXu_... .7z"  in to that same "new folder"

*The point is to unzip both of them into the same directory where you unzipped the
"CB_XX_revXX_... .7z", so they reside next to the codeblocks.exe .

3. Replace all files in directory that Code::Blocks is installed (usually in "C:\Program Files\CodeBlocks\")
with what's in the "new folder" files and folders.

At last...
I don't think if a better guide would matters because IT JUST DON'T WORKS! ;D
I cannot work with this bright white to burn my eyes so...
Thank you! I'm searching for another compiler.

Thanks in advance
and sorry for my English

Miguel Gimenez:
Once the three zip are unzipped in the same folder you are done, no installation is needed; Just run codeblocks.exe

EDIT: you have edited your message after I answered, removing your question about where the installer is, so my answer doesn't apply anymore. Please don't change the messages after they are answered, just post a reply.

By the way, Code::Blocks is not a compiler, so looking for another compiler is futile.


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