Articles for Code::Blocks developers.
- User's manual in various formats and languages.
- Also see http://developer.berlios.de/projects/codeblocks/ (under the downloads section).
- Checkout the SDK documentation at http://developer.berlios.de/project/showfiles.php?group_id=5358 as CHM file(s).
- Compile Code::Blocks plugins based on a nightly without the need to compile wxWidgets or the Code::Blocks core.
- Code::Blocks uses Launchpad to coordinate translation efforts.
- The source code formatting style used in the Code::Blocks' source.
- How to add support for new syntax lighting schemes.
- Creating a diff file and then submitting it to the patch tracker.
- Information about unicode standards and how unicode is handled in Code::Blocks' source code.
- List of various development tips for Code::Blocks.
- Information about scripting Code::Blocks with Squirrel.
- Information about the architecture of Code::Blocks.
- Information about the Code::Blocks SDK events and how to work with them.
- Description of the format of each file Code::Blocks produces.
- Tips and trick for working with our version control system.
- Creating a simple "Hello World" plugin
- Creating a Plug-in which modifies CB's Menus
- Creating a plugin that actually does something
- Linking the plugin to a Nightly Build
- Managing Plug-in Resources
Using scripting to extend Code::Blocks' functionality
When C::B crashed, it will generate a call-stack file "codeblocks.RPT", at the crash point, this is a text file, you can open it, if your C::B contains the debug information, it will have file and line information about each call. If it is a stripped version, but you have the debug version of C::B, you can try to run the Debugging made easier, this is a address2line UI interface works under Windows.