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Nightly builds / Re: The 14 June 2024 build (13529) is out.
« Last post by Miguel Gimenez on June 17, 2024, 03:48:09 pm »
After the changes in r13526 GetMaxEntries() is called many times, even from OnUpdateUI, and it is a CPU-hungry method.
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Nightly builds / The 14 June 2024 build (13529) is out. Browse Tracker ?
« Last post by ThierryD on June 17, 2024, 03:24:24 pm »
Hi Tim,

Sorry, OK, I will do this test.
I update first to  recent nightly (svn 13529). Symptom is same, very very slow...
I disable first plugin "Browse Tracker" of your recommandation ... and problem disapear ... IDE Interface become "normally quick" (like before upgrade).
What are change with this plugin ?

Thank's.

Thierry D.

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I found if I set debugger watches dlg floating, every time I started a new debugging session, the WatchesDlg would be reopened with a random position, I will have to move the window before anything else.
I think the window should be shown at the position before last closed.
But I don't know where is the close process code. Any hint? Thanks.
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Using Code::Blocks / Re: Strange crash
« Last post by Grit Clef on June 17, 2024, 11:47:10 am »
Hmm... I'm now using GCC 10.5 + MinGW-w64 6.0.1, and I used that toolchain to rebuild CB. Also, I set that compiler as the default compiler for building programs, but CB still crashed today... The RPT file contains the same content as above.

There's another thing that is worth mentioning. When I opened a project, CB suddenly gave me a debugging check failure, shown as the attached picture.
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Nightly builds / Re: The 14 June 2024 build (13529) is out (slow ... very slow)
« Last post by stahta01 on June 16, 2024, 07:00:54 pm »
So, you did not try to disable all the plugs except for the Compiler plugin, correct?

Edit: You should at least try disabling lib_finder and BrowseTracker plugins; these are the ones reported as changed in this nightly build.
Edit2: Clangd_client plugin was also changed

Tim S.

Hi,

Yes, if I return to previous nightly on my fix PC (svn 13524), problem disapear ...
I don't load any plugin (only default).

Thank's.

Thierry D.
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Nightly builds / The 14 June 2024 build (13529) is out (slow ... very slow)
« Last post by ThierryD on June 16, 2024, 06:35:54 pm »
Hi,

Yes, if I return to previous nightly on my fix PC (svn 13524), problem disapear ...
I don't load any plugin (only default).

Thank's.

Thierry D.
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Nightly builds / Re: The 14 June 2024 build (13529) is out.
« Last post by killerbot on June 16, 2024, 09:20:28 am »
if you revert to the previous nightly, is the problem gone ?
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Hi,

On my fix PC, I test newly nigthly build  : Windows 11 64 bits with SSD device.
On my laptop, I use precedent nigthly : Windows 11 64 bits with SSD device (sure most up-to-date architecture).
But, my first constat with newly nightly, it's very very slow ... (many wait turn ... before success of open Workspace).
And, selections beetween files inluded in my project  are also very slow.
Only this change on my fix PC.
Someone see same behaviour ?

Thank you.

Thierry D.

Try disabling all pugins, and check your speed. Then turn them back on one-by-one to find the plugin (maybe) causing the problem.
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Help / Re: Can't use gtkmm with Code::Blocks
« Last post by Onsemeliot on June 15, 2024, 07:23:04 pm »
For gtkmm4 on Debian Trixie I used successfully:

in the other compiler options:
Code
`pkg-config gtkmm-4.0 --cflags`

and in the other linker options:
Code
`pkg-config gtkmm-4.0 --libs`

But I want to clarify that the backticks ` are obviously essential. It only works if they are included. I failed for a while until I finally added them.
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Hi,

On my fix PC, I test newly nigthly build  : Windows 11 64 bits with SSD device.
On my laptop, I use precedent nigthly : Windows 11 64 bits with SSD device (sure most up-to-date architecture).
But, my first constat with newly nightly, it's very very slow ... (many wait turn ... before success of open Workspace).
And, selections beetween files inluded in my project  are also very slow.
Only this change on my fix PC.
Someone see same behaviour ?

Thank you.

Thierry D.
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