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release/debug, where?

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prokicki:
I can not find option of switch of mode of construction of project.

P.

ps.
I apologize for my english, but I use translator on-line.

rickg22:
What project? Any project you create in codeblocks, or specifically the Codeblocks project itself?

Anonymous:

--- Quote from: rickg22 ---What project? Any project you create in codeblocks, or specifically the Codeblocks project itself?
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any project
(wxWidgets)

rickg22:
oh, i see. Well it depends on the wxWidgets library you're using. Our templates use the non-debug builds of wxWidgets. However, that DOESN'T mean that you can't debug your projects.

By default all projects (at least with GCC) are built in "debug" mode. To make a release version, use the GNU utility "strip". OR, in the compiler options, check the "strip all symbols from binaries", which deletes debugging information.

phlox81:

--- Quote from: rickg22 ---
By default all projects (at least with GCC) are built in "debug" mode. To make a release version, use the GNU utility "strip". OR, in the compiler options, check the "strip all symbols from binaries", which deletes debugging information.
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What version of C::B do you use ?
I can't find that option under Compiler -> Compiler Options

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