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Setting Codeblocks project for linux

Posted: 08 Sep 2009, 11:54
by black
Hey,

Is there any sympathetic dev out there willing to spend a little time to setup a code::blocks project for linux? there's one in the git for windows, but I need it for linux coz I am having some weird include path problems in gcc, I cannot compile and it has been days.

Here is the thread with my orignal problem: Thread

if you cant create project on your own, please atleast guide me in the way. Ill ask you whenever I am stuck,

So is there any angel out there?? anyone???? :?:

Re: Setting Codeblocks project for linux

Posted: 08 Sep 2009, 16:37
by Jaxad0127
The Code::Blocks project includes UNIX targets. See if they work for you.

Re: Setting Codeblocks project for linux

Posted: 08 Sep 2009, 18:29
by Crush
As far as I know there is no UNIX dev who uses code blocks. The UNIX part of the project might be quite outdated. When I (as a win user) add/remove files to/from the project I also do the same to the appropriate UNIX target, but there is no way for me to verify that I do so correctly.

But when there are any files missing from the project it should not be hard to add them yourself.

Re: Setting Codeblocks project for linux

Posted: 08 Sep 2009, 18:36
by black
Thanks devs, I will give it a try as soon as I am done with my university's programming assignments :(

Re: Setting Codeblocks project for linux

Posted: 09 Sep 2009, 11:24
by black
Issue solved here's a preview of what was not working.
http://forums.themanaworld.org/viewtopi ... 3&start=15

Some one can close this thread. and thankyou to every one who has helped me in one way or another, this is how we keep tmw alive :)