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Code::Blocks IDE version 1.0-beta5 released!

Posted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 8:46 am
by mandrav
Code::Blocks is an open-source cross-platform IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for C/C++.

Supported compilers under win32 are:
* GNU GCC (MinGW/Cygwin)
* Microsoft's Visual C++ Free Toolkit 2003
* Borland's C++ Compiler 5.5
Under Linux, GNU GCC is supported.

All supported compilers are auto-detected and configured for use, without the user having to do anything.

This new release has no longer the requirement to have GNU "make" installed. It can build projects using its internal "make"-like replacement, which is a major step forward for new users.

For more info on the project, visit its homepage, or its SourceForge project page

Yiannis :)

Posted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 1:51 pm
by Avi
Thanks! Testing. I've already noticed a crash when right-clicking the Project's build options list tree... ;)

Posted: Fri Mar 11, 2005 5:35 pm
by jdubchak
One thing I find missing in both the FAQ's and online information, is how to get it compiled and set up on a non-Windows platform such as Linux.

The website professes to have a "cross-platform" IDE, but no information is given on how to realize this.

Does anyone have this running under Linux?

Thanks,
John

Posted: Fri Mar 11, 2005 6:01 pm
by mandrav
Linux installation documentation, as well as other articles, will be added after we release the next update. Hopefully, this will happen some time next week ;)

Yiannis.