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Offline ccdric

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Re: The 06 May 2023 build (13268) is out.
« Reply #15 on: May 12, 2023, 01:45:52 pm »
Thanks for your Answer Tim

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Looks like Lunar uses "wayland".
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Edit: Link to possible workaround https://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php/topic,25206.msg171903.html#msg171903
I try this but at a moment CB become unusable (more or less after the same contions it crashed before). The lag is just awful in editor windows 10-30 second before a key strock  do something, compiling take huuuuuuuuuuge time
Its worst ... there is no debug trace and quit + reload CB is longer ;D


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Re: The 06 May 2023 build (13268) is out.
« Reply #16 on: May 12, 2023, 08:50:07 pm »
For now
CB_20211111_rev12537_win64.7z froze
CB_20211010_rev12535_win64.7z didn't freeze.
But this is tentative. I'll keep testing 12535 to see if it will hold up.

What is the rev number for the 20.03 release? I don't want to shoot past it in the testing.

Update:
strike that 12535 froze too.

Update2:
CB_20210822_rev12516_win64.7z freezes

I'm currently on CB_20210709_rev12487_win64.7z and so far, fingers crossed, it hasn't frozen.

The problem is that the freezing is not consistent.
« Last Edit: May 12, 2023, 09:12:08 pm by cbuser1 »

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Re: The 06 May 2023 build (13268) is out.
« Reply #17 on: May 27, 2023, 01:15:12 pm »
This version   can't   auto-detect  mingw64 that I installed,  and mingw64   I have add  to  the path directory  ,but  version codeblocks-20.03-nosetup can auto-detect it 。I think this version maybe checkout the old soucecdoe to compiled。

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Re: The 06 May 2023 build (13268) is out.
« Reply #18 on: May 28, 2023, 09:25:57 am »
It's probably better to link this "WX" with the "static" option.
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Re: The 06 May 2023 build (13268) is out.
« Reply #19 on: May 28, 2023, 01:44:12 pm »
It's probably better to link this "WX" with the "static" option.

Nope; CB plugins require shared wxWidgets to work correctly.

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Re: The 06 May 2023 build (13268) is out.
« Reply #20 on: June 02, 2023, 03:58:30 pm »
I use codeblocks to open a certain text file which is 95k size , the codeblock become no response.  This nightlybuild  version and 20.03  release always be so. That text file is normally opened in notepad and editplus and notepad++ (my os is win7). Because the text file contain my personal informaion so I can't  upload it as Attachments (if anyone want  the text file to verify . I will modify some content  and upload it).

I think the code::blocks should rename to "code::freeze". :P

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Re: The 06 May 2023 build (13268) is out.
« Reply #21 on: June 02, 2023, 04:05:30 pm »
Which encoding does the file use?. Try converting it to other encoding with Notepad++

Do you have Code Completion enabled?

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Re: The 06 May 2023 build (13268) is out.
« Reply #22 on: June 07, 2023, 05:50:53 am »
Which encoding does the file use?. Try converting it to other encoding with Notepad++

Do you have Code Completion enabled?
I have found the reason.When I disable the plug in "Code completion 1.0", the file is opened normally in this nightly builded vesion. But the plug in declares  only dealing  with  C/C++ language,  why it interfere with a txt file that not in any project ?

And also  disable "Code completion 1.0", add a new class from class wizard no more freeze in this version.

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Re: The 06 May 2023 build (13268) is out.
« Reply #23 on: June 07, 2023, 06:06:40 am »
So I decide turning  to "Clangd_client" to see What effect it will have. It add some new functions and add a new class from class wizard no freeze . But it can't  give hint of Member functions  of variables which type defines in C++ standard library ( "Code completion 1.0" can do ) ,and sometimes it always gives  incorrect  hint , even reopen the project it can't return to normal ,you must restart CB . And some other bugs that  I 'am too lazy to elaborate here.  Let me try new version to see what improved.

But most importantly,  CB is free , so I  shouldn't  complaining too much. :-[ I wish CB will be as better as VScode.

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Re: The 06 May 2023 build (13268) is out.
« Reply #24 on: June 07, 2023, 06:31:26 am »
By the way , the post of this forum  is  only  allowed contains english characters , not allowed chinese  characters , otherwise you can't sent out your post and always gets a ambiguous prompts "database error" .  It's a bit outdated in today's international trend.
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Re: The 06 May 2023 build (13268) is out.
« Reply #25 on: June 07, 2023, 06:45:52 am »
So I decide turning  to "Clangd_client" to see What effect it will have. It add some new functions and add a new class from class wizard no freeze . But it can't  give hint of Member functions  of variables which type defines in C++ standard library ( "Code completion 1.0" can do ) ,and sometimes it always gives  incorrect  hint , even reopen the project it can't return to normal ,you must restart CB . And some other bugs that  I 'am too lazy to elaborate here.  Let me try new version to see what improved.

But most importantly,  CB is free , so I  shouldn't  complaining too much. :-[ I wish CB will be as better as VScode.

Can you write a short example that we can use to re-create your problems?
For me, clangd_client does indeed provide the info you are having problems with.
With an example from you, we might be able to either show you how to get the info, or fix the problem.

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Re: The 06 May 2023 build (13268) is out.
« Reply #26 on: June 07, 2023, 10:13:11 am »
Can you write a short example that we can use to re-create your problems?
For me, clangd_client does indeed provide the info you are having problems with.
With an example from you, we might be able to either show you how to get the info, or fix the problem.

My os is win7 , clangd.exe is  from latest version LLVM-16.0.5-win64 which  full installed ,compiler is winlibs-x86_64-mcf-seh-gcc-13.1.0-mingw-w64ucrt-11.0.0-r1,no msys . In CB , compiler settings is right  ,  search directories  is right .

My Project to test  clangd_client  is simplest  "hello world" , add several varialbes and simple classes , the program is normally compiling and running . clangd_client can jump to class( I defines myself) declaration and implementation rightly.  But  it  don't  give the right hint of member funtions , and a varialbe of string type it give a hint that is a int type.

if there is any setting and step I omit please instruct me .

Below is a part  info  of LSP messages
LSP diagnostics: main.cpp|:|----Time: 15:16:19.218---- (5 diagnostics)|
E:\workspace\testcode\test1\HelloMingw64\main.cpp|1|note:'iostream' file not found|
E:\workspace\testcode\test1\HelloMingw64\main.cpp|8|warning:Using directive refers to implicitly-defined namespace 'std'|
E:\workspace\testcode\test1\HelloMingw64\main.cpp|12|note:Unknown type name 'string'|
E:\workspace\testcode\test1\HelloMingw64\main.cpp|25|note:Use of undeclared identifier 'cout'|
E:\workspace\testcode\test1\HelloMingw64\main.cpp|25|note:Use of undeclared identifier 'endl'|
LSP diagnostics: Test1.h|:|----Time: 15:16:20.533---- (0 diagnostics)|
LSP diagnostics: Test.h|:|----Time: 15:16:21.815---- (0 diagnostics)|
LSP diagnostics: Test.cpp|:|----Time: 15:16:22.844---- (4 diagnostics)|
E:\workspace\testcode\test1\HelloMingw64\src\Test.cpp|2|note:'iostream' file not found|
E:\workspace\testcode\test1\HelloMingw64\src\Test.cpp|4|warning:Using directive refers to implicitly-defined namespace 'std'|
E:\workspace\testcode\test1\HelloMingw64\src\Test.cpp|18|note:Use of undeclared identifier 'cout'|
E:\workspace\testcode\test1\HelloMingw64\src\Test.cpp|18|note:Use of undeclared identifier 'endl'|
LSP diagnostics: main.cpp|:|----Time: 15:19:41.802---- (5 diagnostics)|
E:\workspace\testcode\test1\HelloMingw64\main.cpp|1|note:'iostream' file not found|
E:\workspace\testcode\test1\HelloMingw64\main.cpp|8|warning:Using directive refers to implicitly-defined namespace 'std'|
E:\workspace\testcode\test1\HelloMingw64\main.cpp|12|note:Unknown type name 'string'|
E:\workspace\testcode\test1\HelloMingw64\main.cpp|26|note:Use of undeclared identifier 'cout'|
E:\workspace\testcode\test1\HelloMingw64\main.cpp|26|note:Use of undeclared identifier 'endl'|
LSP diagnostics: main.cpp|:|----Time: 15:19:51.121---- (12 diagnostics)|
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Re: The 06 May 2023 build (13268) is out.
« Reply #27 on: June 07, 2023, 06:22:19 pm »
Can you write a short example that we can use to re-create your problems?
For me, clangd_client does indeed provide the info you are having problems with.
With an example from you, we might be able to either show you how to get the info, or fix the problem.
@ myztmy
Let's take this conversation over to the Codeblocks clang_client discussion at  https://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php/topic,24357.0.html

We'll work on getting the problems fixed in that discussion thread.
« Last Edit: June 07, 2023, 06:46:24 pm by Pecan »

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Re: The 06 May 2023 build (13268) is out.
« Reply #28 on: June 12, 2023, 05:51:44 pm »
Hi,

I tested the new installation of CB issued recently on Nigthly Builds : revision 13311 full installation with MingW (gcc 13.1.0) -> CB_20230604_rev13311_win64-setup-MinGW.exe, on my configurartion Windows 11 64 bits
Before, I renamed the old directory of installation of CB : CodeBlocks.old ... good option !!!
I can't run CB with these new installation : freeze on startup, with the "turning wait circle" indefinitly !
Only cllick on cross at the high rigth of windows, stop the process.
My test of Workspace and CB project are stored on : https://github.com/tdechaize/Lesson01 (public repository)

Have you an explaination ? It's a refrenced bug ?

Thank you. Sincerly.

PS : I returned with my old configuration of CB after another renaming of install directory.
PS2 : Good new, CB recover all of my "user-defined" and "installed" configuration of compilers on my configuration ... with all directories pointed by environment variables. Yes !

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Re: The 06 May 2023 build (13268) is out.
« Reply #29 on: June 12, 2023, 07:07:27 pm »
I have checked the version without MinGW on W7 and it installs and runs OK for now. Does the uninstaller remove the data under Roaming?