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Using Code::Blocks / Re: damaged Linux settings
« Last post by Miguel Gimenez on Today at 04:13:29 pm »
What happens if you press / in a console, text editor or web browser?
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Development / Re: SF Ticket Patches & SVN 12539 query
« Last post by Miguel Gimenez on Today at 11:37:26 am »
Most of the above patches are in trunk now. For the rest, 1154 has an owner and 1095 needs a bit of polishing.

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1154 Disable "Copy To" button in global compiler options
1095 Check validity of text in Find & Replace dialog before exiting
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Using Code::Blocks / Re: damaged Linux settings
« Last post by rpirpag on Today at 09:40:55 am »
I tried your suggestion but the problem still exist.

I use here V 16.01
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I am using Code::Blocks 17.12 and I am using it for writing Codes of C/C++.


currently I am facing an Issue when I am writing C Code in Code::Blocks.


I've 133 Line of C Language Code, when I am Building & Compiling the Code, it shows Black Screen (Command Line Interface) it ask for Input but after that it shows error like gfbninja "FILE-NAME.EXE HAS STOPPED WORKING".


I don't understand why this gives an Error ?


please anyone can suggest me or help to why this Error is occurring during Output ?


waiting for your valuable reply,

This means you have a logic error in your code. You can't track it by looking for a typo or for syntax errors, but rather, the issue lies in the logic of the code. The best thing to do is start from scratch as if you were programming from scratch and follow each step until you find an issue... Search "debugging with codeblocks" on Youtube.
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Development / Re: svn-12539
« Last post by Pecan on Today at 08:08:32 am »
Thanks. Fixed in head r12543
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Help / Re: Shift-TAB does not work
« Last post by ollydbg on Today at 02:34:25 am »
It works for me on my latest local build and in the official 20.03 release. I think the keystroke may be assigned to something non standard, but it could also be a bug in the version you are using.

I am not familiar with this area of C::B, but I would check the following:
1) "Settings->Editor->Keyboard Shortcuts" and check the "View->Switch tabs" setting (5th from the bottom) and check it's still Ctrl-TAB.
2) In your C:\users\<name>AppData\Roaming\Codeblocks\default.cbKeyBinder20.conf file check following entry (Search for Shift-TAB) as this may be set to something non standard. This is my entry.
    }, {
   "description": "<global><unbound>",
   "accelerator": "Shift-TAB",
   "resourceID": "798",
   "parentMenu": ""
  }, {


The interesting thing is I just removed the "CTRL-TAB" in the Keyboard Shortcuts plugin, which is assigned to "View->Switch tabs".
And now the "SHIFT-TAB" works.

So, it looks like  "CTRL-TAB" and "SHIFT-TAB" are the same?  :)
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Help / Re: Shift-TAB does not work
« Last post by ollydbg on Today at 01:14:45 am »
I also meet this issue, thanks for sharing the information.
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Using Code::Blocks / Re: damaged Linux settings
« Last post by Miguel Gimenez on Yesterday at 07:08:59 pm »
You can try disabling the "Keyboard shortcuts" plugin or renaming the default.conf file (it should be in a hidden folder under your home directory) forcing C::B to create a fresh one.
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Development / svn-12539
« Last post by LETARTARE on Yesterday at 04:44:47 pm »
svn-12539 :: in plugin contrib 'BrowseTracker_wx30-unix.cbp', the definition of 'cbDEBUG' is missing !!, which causes the non-recognition of 'cbAssertNonFatal()'
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Using Code::Blocks / damaged Linux settings
« Last post by rpirpag on Yesterday at 02:36:56 pm »
Hello,
I think I have damaged my editor settings.

I can not add / or use Strg-c/v, or delete something in the IDE.

e.g. add a / opens a pop-up with instead of of adding /.

In the past all keys are working.

Please help me.

Thank you,
Reinhard
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