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Hello everyone! Code::Blocks site is finally launched! Code::Blocks is an open-source cross-platform IDE for Multiple Compilers (tm). It''s fully extendable and configurable. I started the project because I couldn''t find what I needed in other IDEs (free or not) and it has grown up to a full-blown IDE. Well, there is no reason to post here more. Head on over to the site and read about it! You could use Code::Blocks to make your Next Big Game (tm) with it Impatiently waiting for your comments... Code::Blocks IDE

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Great, I'm checking it right now. Some comments:
* The website doesn't have any screenshots or dedicated "features" page (only the main page)
* Where are the other non-Win32 versions? (not done yet? Though you're using wxWidgets it seems, so porting should be easy)
* The link to the installation documentation gives a 404 (not found) error. (edit: The link offered in the download->details page, not from the "handbook" link)

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[edited by - Coder on May 8, 2004 5:04:46 AM]

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quote:
Original post by Coder
Great, I''m checking it right now. Some comments:
* The website doesn''t have any screenshots or dedicated "features" page (only the main page)


Yeah, not yet :/ . There is not much of a content yet. I just kept delaying launching the site, so I thought it''s best that it launched and add content on the way - maybe with the help of others
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* Where are the other non-Win32 versions? (not done yet? Though you''re using wxWidgets it seems, so porting should be easy)


You ''re right, I didn''t mention anything about it. The Linux version works the same way (since the app is built with wxWidgets) but has a problem with the launching of processes. This means, it cannot compile :/ . I have to resolve it first before posting a download link. Of course, after the source is released, someone else might find the solution to the problem
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* The link to the installation documentation gives a 404 (not found) error. (edit: The link offered in the download->details page, not from the "handbook" link)


Thanks a lot. Fixed it!

Thanks again for the comments,
Yiannis

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Alright, I''ve checked the thing...I loved it. I think it''s got loads of potential. Congratulations on doing this alone
When is the source is going to be out? I''ve been wanting to participate in some open-source IDE for some time, and this seems to be the one.

Please create a mailing list. I''ve got a crash, and will start submitting bug reports, and perhaps even discussing features soon. Also, I might start with writing a Visual C++ Toolkit 2003 plugin.

If you don''t have CVS on the server, consider hosting on sourceforge.net.

Eagerly awaiting your reply.

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Thanks Muhammad!

You can use the forums for any problems you might have.

I ''ve got CVS on the server (not anonymous though) but, as I posted in the initial post at the site, I ''m going for a sourceforge account. The server runs on my home DSL and I don''t think it will be adequate for the intended traffic
So be patient for a few days until a sourceforge account opens...

Cheers,
Yiannis

PS: About the Visual C++ Toolkit 2003 plugin, be my guest if you want to create one. I have to tell you though that the current compiler plugin handles it just fine!


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