Package Details: codelite 14.0-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/codelite.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: codelite
Description: Cross platform C/C++/PHP and Node.js IDE written in C++
Upstream URL: http://www.codelite.org/
Keywords: C++ Editor IDE
Licenses: GPL
Submitter: None
Maintainer: uffe
Last Packager: uffe
Votes: 161
Popularity: 0.31
First Submitted: 2008-08-01 09:11
Last Updated: 2020-02-28 12:40

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uffe commented on 2019-10-09 22:24

Two months have gone - no official ArchLinux or upstream pango/harfbuzz have come up... I've made a temporary hack/patch that again will enable end-users to compile this codelite AUR package without hazzle.

The pkgrel will NOT be bumped - it is a deliberate choise. My change will bring no value to those of you who have managed to build the current release of codelite - and those that have failed to build codelite during the last two months will not be notified by the pkgrel bump anyway....

Please speak up if you think this is wrong :-)

uffe commented on 2016-09-26 11:42

ATTENTION: read this before flagging this package out-of-date

A number of you have recently flagged package out-of-date

This package "codelite" represents the stable release of the codelite project.

I do not consider the "Weekly Builds" from http://downloads.codelite.org/ as stable releases (neither does the codelite project)

Also note: currently codelite weekly builds are only published as binary packages - this package builds from source - you should take a look at the codelite-bin AUR package)

Generally speaking - I will not update this package before the codelite github release page (https://github.com/eranif/codelite/releases) have the release published.

Please respect that - Thanks

You can always do you own "codelite-weekly" AUR package if you like...

PS: to clear up a recent misunderstanding - this does not mean that I won't accept patches that is needed for stable codelite to build against refreshed libraries etc

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roheim commented on 2014-06-05 21:10

6.0.1 is out: https://github.com/eranif/codelite/releases/tag/6.0.1

migrev commented on 2014-06-05 12:10

Updated to 6.0. Found a workaround for the gcc 4.9 problems and will use it until the issue is fixed upstream. wxCrafter plugin is NOT working, as the Fedora build that previously did fails to find some symbols in wxGTK. Have just asked CodeLite upstream to make a wxCrafter.so build for Arch Linux, but we'll have to wait for a response.
Also, added xterm as a depend as pointed by debio264.

migrev commented on 2014-05-20 11:25

I can confirm gcc4.9 problems. Looks like it is definitely an issue of wx3.0+gcc4.9. Will wait until a fix is found to bump version, including the 'xterm' dependency at that time.

npzaak commented on 2014-05-19 07:52

I have same issue debio264 has.
I looked into this problem roughly and found strange behavior of gcc4.9.
If wxCommandEvent instantiate in two or more functions, somehow gcc create the reference to "wxCommandEvent::Clone()" which is NOT used obviously. Furthermore gcc ignore the definition of wxCommandEvent::Clone() in class definition.
It seems bug of gcc or problem of combination of gcc and other library, because some people can't reproduce it. I don't have so much time to investigate true problem, but I just found the workaround.
Adding function call to wxCommandEvent::Clone in Plugin/search_thread.cpp can avoid this problem. (deleting cloned instance is also necessary.) But this is really dirty workaround...

npzaak commented on 2014-05-19 07:51

Here is the same issue debio264 has.
I looked into this problem roughly and found strange behavior of gcc4.9.
If wxCommandEvent instantiate in two or more functions, somehow gcc create the reference to "wxCommandEvent::Clone()" which is NOT used obviously. Furthermore gcc ignore the definition of wxCommandEvent::Clone() in class definition.
It seems bug of gcc or problem of combination of gcc and other library, because some people can't reproduce it. I don't have so much time to investigate true problem, but I just found the workaround.
Adding function call to wxCommandEvent::Clone in Plugin/search_thread.cpp can avoid this problem. (deleting cloned instance is also necessary.) But this is really dirty workaround...

npzaak commented on 2014-05-19 07:50

Here is the same issue debio264 has.
I looked into this problem roughly and found strange behavior of gcc4.9.
If wxCommandEvent instantiate in two or more functions, somehow gcc create the reference to "wxCommandEvent::Clone()" which is NOT used obviously. Furthermore gcc ignore the definition of wxCommandEvent::Clone() in class definition.
It seems bug of gcc or problem of combination of gcc and other library, because some people can't reproduce it. I don't have so much time to investigate true problem, but I just found the workaround.
Adding function call to wxCommandEvent::Clone in Plugin/search_thread.cpp can avoid this problem. (deleting cloned instance is also necessary.) But this is really dirty work around...

debio264 commented on 2014-05-17 02:33

Two issues:

- I also could not build with GCC 4.9. It did build with 4.8.
- This package needs to depend on xterm. See https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=1416306

underdoeg commented on 2014-05-06 11:01

After installing gcc-4.8 codelite compiled fine on my system

underdoeg commented on 2014-05-05 13:45

Thanks for your answer. Did it build correctly on your machine? I still have the issue and it seems like I am not the only one. These links are related to other wxWidgets enabled projects and gcc 4.9

https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/dolphin-emu-git/?setlang=ja
http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php?topic=19231.msg131515;topicseen

migrev commented on 2014-05-03 16:46

I have all packages updated and can't reproduce the error. Codelite works just fine.