I did what you requested. And now I also deleted my old CodeLite Installation before deleting %appdata%\CodeLite and freshly reinstalled "codelite-amd64-10.0.1.exe" (from SourceForge), with "no, don't keep my settings". Inside the wizard, I selected the also freshly installed "tdm64-gcc-5.1.0-2.exe" as compiler (32/64 bit).
After the wizard, I created a new workspace, then a new project of Template "Console", "Simple Executeable (gcc)" - then it hung for ~30 Seconds, then crashed, offered me to use the VS2015 debugger (but my 30 days trial period is expired).
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Unhandled exception at 0x0000000069A6B006 (wxmsw310u_gcc_cl.dll) in codelite.exe: 0xC000041D: Ausnahmefehler während eines Benutzerrückrufs.
I can restart CodeLite again, and navigate through Workspace, project, ... until I select a .cpp file - then it crashes again, reproduceable.
Since I believe in CodeLite since years, I'm quite sure the problem is only at my place. But I urgently need some hints to fix it. Some years before I had a dependency viewer tool which dumped which DLLs are loaded from what location ... can't remember the name, but this could help here - do you know such tool recently? In Linux I would use strace or ld, but here?
I checked my notes. Between last successfully usage of CodeLite and todays crashes, I installed "Visual Studio Code" and uninstalled that crap after a day, then I installed and used "Visual Studio 2015" (which is expired now) and the "raspberry-gcc4.9.2-r4.exe" from http://gnutoolchains.com/raspberry
, surely together with Linux for Visual Studio https://aka.ms/vslinuxext
. Could this made some things broken?
Any further hints?