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The 01 September 2023 build is out.
  - Windows :
  - Linux :

The current SDK version is : 2.24.0

Resolved Fixed:

* Fix assertion introduced in [r12537] (thanks pirx67)
* ToDoListView - Avoid invalid date assertion when sorting date column
* Spellchecker: Fix big memory leak (ticket #1405, thanks Christo)
* Spellchecker: Fix big memory leak (ticket #1405, thanks Christo)
* clangd_client 1.2.74 23/08/28 Apply patch 1406 for pJson leak in client.cpp (Thanks Christo)
* wxSmith: Remove assertion when wxSHAPED is checked and Proportion != 0
Regressions/Confirmed/Annoying/Common bugs:

Hey Killerbot. Please kill the 20.03 version. It got so old. We are expecting a new release in this month. I hope you will upload it.

Agreed. Nightly builds are fine for those want the latest and don't need hand holding. However, having an official release that is now 3.5 years old makes CodeBlocks seem like abandonware. Fewer people will see it as a viable option, alternative if it appears to be forgotten by the developers. If nothing else, the team has to be concerned with the optics.

we are preparing a release, but we all have busy schedules, so sometimes it does not go as quick as we would like, but this year we will sure pull it of :-)

Thanks. This is a quite useful, good development environment. I use it for cross-platform projects.


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