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The 25 October 2020 build is out.
  - Windows :
  - Linux :

The current SDK version is : 2.4.0

Resolved Fixed:

* CC: Don't provide completions for unsupported files (ticket #1019)
* compiler: Parse correctly newer formats emitted by the IAR compiler (thanks Alatar)
* debugger: Use absolute paths when getting the backtraces with GDB
* Project Menu: Do not show "Notes" and "Set programs' arguments" if not project is open (Ticket #998, thanks Miguel Gimenez
* MacrosManager - Fix: do not clobber $text that is not a CB macro. See:,24192
Regressions/Confirmed/Annoying/Common bugs:

I think there might be something wrong with the Fortran Project, I get the following log messages "

FortranProject plugin error: file E:\Codeblocks\src\output31_64\share\codeblocks/images/fortranproject/fortran_intrinsic_modules.f90 was not found.
FortranProject plugin error: file E:\Codeblocks\src\output31_64\share\codeblocks/images/fortranproject/fortran_procedures.f90 was not found.


--- Quote from: killerbot on October 25, 2020, 09:37:40 am ---MacrosManager - Fix: do not clobber $text that is not a CB macro. See:,24192

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This fix breaks existing configuration of CB itself and CB projects and it would sadly make project specific variables almost obsolete: E.g., a variable in a macro which is not defined was and should be expected to be replaced by the empty string (as already suspected by oBFusCATed in the thread mentioned above). 

It would be helpful it this was revisited.  ... reverting to CB_20201003.

@j. Can you describe the steps which lead to a breakage for you?


--- Quote from: J. on October 25, 2020, 10:57:29 am ---This fix breaks existing configuration of CB itself

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I can confirm that. The patch introduces a serious regression:

If you have setup your compilers like $(CODEBLOCKS)\MinGW becasue it shall be portable, the executable is no longer found and you see in the log messages like:
NativeParser::SafeExecute: Invalid application command: $(CODEBLOCKS)\MinGW\bin\g++.exe

As you can see, at least the macro $(CODEBLOCKS) to the portable installation folder is no longer translated.


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