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The name as of this writing was codeblocks- As of this writing, It is roughly 74 megabytes. Click on the File menu, and under "New", select "Project " 16 The following window will come up: Click on "Console Application" and hit the "Go" button. All sample code from this book can be run as a console application. You will need to give your project a name; anything will be fine. Just accept the defaults by hitting "Finish".
At this point, you will have your main. Notice the file extension:. For now, it just says "Hello World! Hit F9, which will first compile it and then run it. You can also go to the Build Build and Run menu option. You can simply edit main.
Probably the toolchain path within the compiler options is not setup correctly?! To check your current "auto-detected" state, go to "Settings Compiler and Debugger ". Then on the left, choose "Global Compiler Settings" it has a gear icon and on the right, select the "Toolchain executables" tab.
This tab has a "Auto-detect" button that you can use. To figure out what is wrong, take a look at the "Build messages" or "Build log" windows. The "Build messages" window will show you just compiler errors, the "Build log" will show you other issues too. Throughout this book, you will see lots of sample code. For each one, you can either create a new console application or you can modify the source file of your original program.
What exactly is Code::Blocks? Earlier, I introduced the idea of an integrated development environment. Code::Blocks is an integrated development environment because it makes it easy to write source code and build your program from the same application. One thing you should be aware of is that Code::Blocks itself is not a compiler. Code::Blocks handles all the messy details of setting up and calling the compiler, which is doing the real work.
Macintosh This section covers only setting up development on an OS X system. Regardless of whether you choose to use the XCode environment itself, installing XCode is a prerequisite to using the standard Linux tools as well.
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