The weekly build for Jun 14, 2015 is available

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The weekly build for Jun 14, 2015 is available

Post by eranif » Sun Jun 14, 2015 10:04 pm

Hi,

The weekly for Jun 14, 2015 is available and can be downloaded from the download page
OSX and Windows 64 bit versions are available

Changes since CodeLite 8.0:
http://codelite.org/LiteEditor/ReleaseNotesCodeLite81

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Re: The weekly build for Jun 14, 2015 is available

Post by lnishan » Wed Jul 01, 2015 9:01 am

I've encountered 2 crashes for this build, but I'm unable to reproduce any of them. (Win 7 x64, on C++ files)

I had the first crash when I tried to build and execute a C++ project.
The crash seemed to happen before actual compilation/linking time because CodeLite did not save my source file (lost 200 lines of code because of this).
Is there a timeout set on disk access time? (My SSHD hangs sometimes, ~ 2 secs).

Then I just had my second crash, the error message pointed to Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime iirc.
This time I was just writing my code without any other actions involved.

There is also a minor bug with debugger. It seems the gdb interface for CodeLite fails to work when I set a custom watch for a huge array. (int[10000000] for instance)

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Re: The weekly build for Jun 14, 2015 is available

Post by eranif » Wed Jul 01, 2015 4:43 pm

Do you happen to have clang code completion enabled?

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Re: The weekly build for Jun 14, 2015 is available

Post by lnishan » Wed Jul 01, 2015 11:18 pm

No, I don't have clang completion enabled.

Perhaps the second crash is triggered by other programs?
At that time, I have CS:GO opened up in the background. Maybe Valve's Anti-Cheat system cause this?
It was fine for a good 20~30 minutes though.

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