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== Using any Binary ==
 
== Using any Binary ==

Revision as of 19:50, 19 January 2015


A reference for using Code::Blocks 13.12 Scripted Wizard for wxWidgets 3.0.2 under Windows with the wxWidgets Binary files
Directions for compilers: MinGW and MSVC are planned

DIRECTIONS ARE STILL UNDER CONTRUCTION

Using any Binary

Step needed for any wxWidgets Binary.

Download the needed header files from wxWidgets SF files page

Redirect link to header files needed for wxWidgets version 3.0.2 wxWidgets-3.0.2_headers.7z

Using TDM GCC Binary

Directions to use Code::Blocks wizard with TDM GCC Binary.

Download the needed binary files from wxWidgets Download page

Redirect link to binary files needed for TDM MinGW GCC 4.7.1 wxWidgets version 3.0.2 wxMSW-3.0.2_gcc471TDM_Dev.7z

Using MSVC Binary

Directions to use Code::Blocks wizard with MSVC Binary.

Download the needed binary files from wxWidgets Download page

Redirect link to the first set of binary files needed for MSVC 2010 (10.0) wxWidgets version 3.0.2 wxMSW-3.0.2_vc100_Dev.7z

Redirect link to the second set of binary files needed for MSVC 2010 (10.0) wxWidgets version 3.0.2 wxMSW-3.0.2_vc100_ReleaseDLL.7z

Extract files

I extracted the files under this folder "C:\test\wx\" ; I did NOT use spaces because it can cause problems sometimes.

Setting up Code::Blocks Global Variable

For GCC TDM 4.7.1

base:    C:\test\wx\wxWidgets-3.0.2_headers
include: C:\test\wx\wxWidgets-3.0.2_headers\include
lib:     C:\test\wx\wxMSW-3.0.2_gcc471TDM_Dev\lib

For MSVC 10.0

base:    C:\test\wx\wxWidgets-3.0.2_headers
include: C:\test\wx\wxWidgets-3.0.2_headers\include
lib:     C:\test\wx\wxMSW-3.0.2_vc100_Dev\lib
bin:     C:\test\wx\wxMSW-3.0.2_vc100_ReleaseDLL\lib\vc100_dll

Running the CB Wizard

I used the global variable of wx30; you can use any global variable name. But, wx30 or wx is the two common names.

Reference

Link to RTF Directions for MSVS 2010 (10.0)

Link to RTF Directions for TDM GCC 4.7.1