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May 31, 2010
Code::Blocks 10.05
The open source and cross platform IDE
Code::Blocks 10.05 has been released:

http://www.codeblocks.org/

Available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
Uses the wxWidgets toolkit and GPL license.

--anders
May 31, 2010
Re: Code::Blocks 10.05
Am 31.05.2010 08:59, schrieb Anders F Björklund:
>
> The open source and cross platform IDE
> Code::Blocks 10.05 has been released:
>
> http://www.codeblocks.org/
>
> Available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
> Uses the wxWidgets toolkit and GPL license.
>
> --anders

Sadly they haven't applied my patches for D (uploaded on 12.April)
and many new users are overstrained with applying patchtes and compile 
it per hand, ...
:(

greets
matthias
May 31, 2010
Re: Code::Blocks 10.05
Matthias Pleh wrote:
> Sadly they haven't applied my patches for D (uploaded on 12.April)
> and many new users are overstrained with applying patchtes and compile 
> it per hand, ...
> :(

There's always the Nightly Builds*, so it's not too late
if you want to get your patches included into svn trunk.
(both D and Mac support are looking for more developers)
* http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php/board,20.0.html

--anders
May 31, 2010
Re: Code::Blocks 10.05
Hello Matthias,

> Sadly they haven't applied my patches for D (uploaded on 12.April)
> and many new users are overstrained with applying patchtes and compile
> it per hand, ...
> :(

When was the last time you buged them about it?

-- 
... <IXOYE><
May 31, 2010
Re: Code::Blocks 10.05
On Mon, May 31, 2010 at 17:08, BCS <none@anon.com> wrote:

> Hello Matthias,
>
>
>  Sadly they haven't applied my patches for D (uploaded on 12.April)
>> and many new users are overstrained with applying patchtes and compile
>> it per hand, ...
>> :(
>>
>
> When was the last time you buged them about it?


out of curiosity, what does your patch bring? I've been using Code::Blocks
(svn 6271 right now) for the past two years and don't have many problems.
For simple users like me, it's all good: it finds Phobos, one-key
compilation and run of whole projects...


Philippe
June 01, 2010
Re: Code::Blocks 10.05
Am 31.05.2010 21:23, schrieb Philippe Sigaud:
>
>
> On Mon, May 31, 2010 at 17:08, BCS <none@anon.com
> <mailto:none@anon.com>> wrote:
>
>     Hello Matthias,
>
>
>         Sadly they haven't applied my patches for D (uploaded on 12.April)
>         and many new users are overstrained with applying patchtes and
>         compile
>         it per hand, ...
>         :(
>
>
>     When was the last time you buged them about it?
>
>
> out of curiosity, what does your patch bring? I've been using
> Code::Blocks (svn 6271 right now) for the past two years and don't have
> many problems. For simple users like me, it's all good: it finds Phobos,
> one-key compilation and run of whole projects...
>
>
> Philippe
>

@BCS
I've submittet my last patch (wich includes all of my previous patches) 
to the offical patchtracker on 12.April, but the patch is still in state 
OPEN.

@Philippe
I know, you can setup codeblocks as you need it. Almost everythink is 
adjustable. But my changes was thought to help newbies to use the IDE.
And yeah, the changes are minor but a start. I thougth, after this 
changes has gone into trunk, I can improve other features, such as 
autocompletion, and so on, ...
But it seems, that the development occures very slowly, and there are 
many open patches, not only my patch.

But for now, I'm satisfied with VisualD.

Matthias
June 01, 2010
Re: Code::Blocks 10.05
On Tue, Jun 1, 2010 at 11:35, Matthias Pleh <matthias.pleh@gmx.at> wrote:

> I know, you can setup codeblocks as you need it. Almost everythink is
> adjustable. But my changes was thought to help newbies to use the IDE.
>

And that's a pretty good idea. I found CB easy to download and install and
much ligther than VS or Eclipse.


> And yeah, the changes are minor but a start. I thougth, after this changes
> has gone into trunk, I can improve other features, such as autocompletion,
> and so on, ...
>

And now, you're a bit stopped by them not integrating your patch..


> But it seems, that the development occures very slowly, and there are many
> open patches, not only my patch.
>

Maybe it's difficult for them to maintain energy and devotion (?) for many
years in a project where they have to 'fight' against visual studio,
eclipse, netbeans, Kdevelop, ...


But for now, I'm satisfied with VisualD.
>

Ugh, I gave it a try but couldn't even get it to compile a Hello World. And
my installation is completly run-of-the-mill. Too bad.
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