Friday, February 25, 2011

Code::Blocks

Code::Blocks is an open-source cross-platform Integrated Development Environment (IDE) being developed for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X which supports multiple compiler including GCC, Digital Mars, Microsoft Visual C++Borland C++WatcomLCC and the Intel C++ compilerThere is some support for compilers of other languages including GNU Fortran, Digital Mars D and GNU GDC even if the Integrated Development Environment (IDE) was designed for the C++ language. 


Designed with flexibility in mind, most of its features are provided by external modules (plugins) making it easily extendable and configurable to support many programming languages.
  
More info? Visit Code::Blocks
Want to try? Download Here

28 comments:

  1. very nice tool.
    thanks for the information.

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  2. looks very difficult but really cool

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  3. This truly is a very important blog. Thanks for sharing this valuable information with us.

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  4. Really very interesting and helpful information, thanks for sharing.

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  5. Seems kinda tough but I will pass it on to my developer. Thanks for the info.

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  6. One thing I would stay away from is MacKeeper from Zeobit. It is worse than a virus! If you make the mistake of downloading the trial software, it will hide files within your system that will take over and kill your processing speed. Don't use MacKeeper from Zeobit! It is worse than a virus

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  7. Needed something just like this to help me out on the developer side of things. Thanks. Also thanks go out to JiggyT, you saved me there.

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  8. really gud one, but want to know more in detail on this one.

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  9. This truly is a very important blog. Thanks for sharing this valuable information with us.

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  10. What is obvious for me, blocks were not created for those who are beginners in c++, but for those who wanted c++ do develope and meet demands of experienced programists.

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  11. I am very thankful I came across with your blog because I never knew this. Its a huge valuable information that must be spread for the knowledge of everybody. :)

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  12. Interesting plug-in. I am kinda plug-in addicted right now :)

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  13. I have tried to simulate some of the features from first series of ASP.NET Webcast Labs and apply them to the Labs associated with the second series for ASP.NET 2.0.

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  14. Congratulations to you and thanks for sharing this informative and insightful post here. Keep it up!

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  15. Hmm It is very useful information here. Thanks Man for this post.

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  16. But I have still one questions regarding Code - Blocks

    - Is it possible to number the Array in the Watches-Menu? Cause if you have a array with over 1000 data, its still impossible to see whats in the array[723].

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  17. Yes you are right. I think so, it is still not possible.

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  18. Its looking difficult for me but i will definitely try it once. Thanks!

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  19. Very good and informative post about code::blocks
    but still unable to understand.

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  20. Code::block, this is the most important part of the applications we create.

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  22. This is awesome! It got many compiler, must see this. Well I just need the C++ compiler, hope it works fast.

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  23. Fantastic blog and love this blog because this is the best way for me.

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  24. Nice Post. All readers will definitely like this post. Looking forward to your next post.

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