CodeLite 7.1 weekly build (Feb 22, 2015)

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CodeLite 7.1 weekly build (Feb 22, 2015)

Post by eranif » Sun Feb 22, 2015 10:10 am

Hi all,

Now that CodeLite 7.0 is behind us, I have started releasing weekly builds (bi-weekly ;))
CodeLite 7.1 weekly build is available for download from the usual Download Page, CodeLite 7.1 Release notes CodeLite 7.1 highlights

This build includes:
  • CodeLite for Windows 64 bit - Recommended if you are running Windows 64 bit
  • OSX bundle
Note that we no longer provide MinGW installer bundled with CodeLite. However, on startup if CodeLite detects that there is no MinGW compiler installed on your machine, it will prompt the user to download an installer (TDM TCC, either 64 or 32 bit)

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Re: CodeLite 7.1 weekly build (Feb 22, 2015)

Post by limestone » Tue Feb 24, 2015 5:18 pm

Environment: Current CodeLite build for Windows x64, default install options, no compiler, Windows 8.1 x64 with latest updates. Problem is not specific to 7.1, neither to windows 8.1 - it has been observed for a long time with lots of earlier versions of CodeLite, as well as in Win7 x86.

Action: make sure Workspace project/file list has at least several items. Click on any line, and do a quick search - start typing a name of any entry.

Expected result: cursor jumps to first matching item and highlights it.

Actual result: highlight does not move (it stays on the same line), but items are still being correctly searched for: press arrow up (or down) to see the effect - selection jumps up (or down) from the searched item, not the currently highlighted one.

I use this search frequently, I believe it is not too hard to fix it. Currently I have developed a workaround habit - type the file name, hit arrow up+down keys simultaneously to highlight the correct entry and press Enter to open it. Not exactly too convenient :)

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Re: CodeLite 7.1 weekly build (Feb 22, 2015)

Post by eranif » Tue Feb 24, 2015 6:03 pm

I think that this problem was introduced when we moved to the "mutli-selection" tree.
I think its a wxWidgets problem, but I will check this
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Docking Windows captions disappeared

Post by DoctorRover » Tue Mar 03, 2015 4:27 pm

Good day!
I would like to report an issue which, I can guess, is related to this weekly build.
The matter is that the option Hide Docking Windows captions (in Editor Settings -> Windows and Tabs) has no longer effect. I checked this checkbox to hide the captions when I had CodeLite 7.0 release installed and it worked -- the captions indeed disappeared. But later, after installation of CL 7.1, I decided to rearrange the windows and unchecked it. But the captions are still absent and there is no any effect of checking/unchecking this checkbox.

OS: Windows 7 64bit with all updates installed
CodeLite: 7.1 weekly build (Feb 22, 2015) installed from binary installer downloaded from http://downloads.codelite.org
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Re: CodeLite 7.1 weekly build (Feb 22, 2015)

Post by eranif » Tue Mar 03, 2015 5:08 pm

If you are missing the docking headers, try: Perspective->Restore default layout (assuming that the option is enabled for you)

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Re: CodeLite 7.1 weekly build (Feb 22, 2015)

Post by DoctorRover » Tue Mar 03, 2015 5:43 pm

Eran, thank you for the tip.
It worked, so it solved my current problem with rearranging the windows.
But still, the checkbox Hide Docking Windows captions has no effect. Now, after restoring the default layout, the captions are always visible no matter if the Hide captions checkbox is checked or not.
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Re: CodeLite 7.1 weekly build (Feb 22, 2015)

Post by eranif » Tue Mar 17, 2015 9:45 am

Thanks, can you please report this on the issue tracker? https://github.com/eranif/codelite/issues/new

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Re: CodeLite 7.1 weekly build (Feb 22, 2015)

Post by DoctorRover » Wed Apr 01, 2015 5:55 pm

Eran, I have just posted it on the issue tracker:
https://github.com/eranif/codelite/issues/711
Also, I have reproduced this with the weekly build (March 18, 2015).
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Re: CodeLite 7.1 weekly build (Feb 22, 2015)

Post by DoctorRover » Sat Apr 04, 2015 4:04 pm

I see the issue is closed as fixed. Great! Thank you, Eran!
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