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Title: Compiling with codeblocks
Post by: fromhell on March 02, 2011, 08:21:24 pm
can it be done!? I'm not touching a msys console with a 6703-foot pole.


Title: Re: Compiling with codeblocks
Post by: kit89 on March 03, 2011, 03:58:59 am
I definitely know CodeBlocks has recursive inclusion of source files. So long as you have the right compiler installed and the correct flags set, yes.


Title: Re: Compiling with codeblocks
Post by: WingedPanther on March 03, 2011, 05:42:37 am
If we have a good ./configure file, I'll be willing to go into the MSYS console.  Given that code::blocks and MSYS are both using MinGW behind the hood, I don't see the problem.


Title: Re: Compiling with codeblocks
Post by: SharpestTool on April 09, 2011, 06:36:04 pm
Codeblocks will do native binaries easily on both Windows and Linux.  QVM's, well it might take some investigation on custom make files under Linux.  If you're wanting to use MinGW, be sure to look for it install/first run.   If you have MSVC installed, it will default to it. Default for Linux is of course GNU C/GCC/GWhatever.