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codeblocks for remixV09/porteus

Post#1 by Seq_Res » 23 Jan 2011, 03:48

I tried these ways to install a workable c-b10.05: 1. convert enjoy's module to sq3; 2. using jayflood's tutorial (slax forum) 3. fidoslax tools --slax-build /--arch-build --... failed and feel desperate.

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Re: codeblocks for remixV09/porteus

Post#2 by Falcony » 23 Jan 2011, 08:36

If you have Porteus - please see FIDOSlax tools update - which I updated yestarday

Regarding codeblocks - use arch-dep tool - it also build all depends of codeblocks

Or you could use arch-build - but before - install all codeblocks depends by

lzm_add wxgtk
lzm_add python
etc.

then run

arch-build codeblocks

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Re: codeblocks for remixV09/porteus

Post#3 by wread » 26 Jan 2011, 13:00

Hola!
I made yesterday a new clean compilation -from source- of codeblocks. During configuration it asked for wxWidgets. I compiled that one, from source, too, and made a clean compilation for porteus. Codeblocks was a very hard to peel banana: due to higher memory requirements I had to compile it in text mode of porteus.

Both files can be downloaded from http://ingenieria.read.net/repository

Enjoy! :Bravo:
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Re: codeblocks for remixV09/porteus

Post#4 by brokenman » 26 Jan 2011, 20:10

Well done! This is great.
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Re: codeblocks for remixV09/porteus

Post#5 by Seq_Res » 28 Jan 2011, 15:11

Thank you very much, wread ! I tried several times and finally downloaded your kind offers.
I am sure they will work; I put cb + wxgtk + wxWidgets in folder 'modules' ; but as usual,
the IDE is listed in the kde menu, but I cannot start it. I tried to start it from console:
/usr/bin/codeblocks, it gives a message like this:
"error while loading shared libraries: libjpeg.so.7: cannot open shared object file: No such file or director"
I don't know what is wrong; can you tell me the correct way to install it ?

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Re: codeblocks for remixV09/porteus

Post#6 by wread » 28 Jan 2011, 20:47

@Seq_Res
You need codeblocks and wxWidgets and no wxgtk. This is a new clean compile from sources.
Maybe your wxgtk has an old version of libjpeg that overwrites the good one. Try it without wxgtk in the modules folder (and reboot).

EDIT :oops:: I must apologize, Seq_Res! Now that I am testing Porteus 386 V1.0-beta, I notice codeblocks asks for libjpeg.so.7 as you already discovered. You can download the file 7030-hplip-3_9_10-auto-usb-pack-sq4.lzm from my repository, this module includes libjpeg.so.7, needed by codeblocks!

If you don't need either hplip or all other files needed for hp-printing, you can try to extract the good ones only and make a module for it.

Thank you for waiting so long for a positive solution! (Believe me, CB is a beauty!)

Cheers!
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Re: codeblocks for remixV09/porteus

Post#7 by Seq_Res » 10 Feb 2011, 03:54

@wread,
I could not make the module you offered to work for me in porteus, and remix as well. Possibly I got some error during
download. Today I successfully compile one by myself using falcony's fidoslax tools; the resulted module is only 8.5 mb;
I am not sure if it is truncted or not, but it is listed in Kde menu, launch-able, and functional (at least for C). Anyway,
thank you very much for your twice helps. and also
salute to falcony !

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