Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Dev-C++ 5.5.2 released

Even more reported bugs have been fixed. The help files have been rewritten too.

Changes - Version 5.5.2 - 28 Oktober 2013
  • Rewritten the help files.
  • Fixed a bug in the shortcut editor window.
  • Fixed a bug when closing an editor.
  • Fixed a memory leak in the recent file list.
  • Switching editors is a bit faster now (the class browser is only redrawn once instead of twice).
  • Fixed a crash in code completion caused by using mouseover hints at the same time.
  • Fixed a timer leak (the "Not enough timers available" bug).
  • Tidied up the File Properties window.
  • Renamed the file renaming procedure (fixes the "Thread error 6" bug).
  • Fixed a bug in the new project window.
  • Fixed a bug in the short editor window.

Download
  • The setup which includes MinGW32 4.7.2 can be downloaded here (25MB).
  • The setup which includes TDM-GCC x64 4.7.1 can be downloaded here (44MB).
  • The setup which does not include a compiler can be downloaded here (2MB).
  • The portable version which includes MinGW32 4.7.2 can be downloaded here (17MB).
  • The portable version which includes TDM-GCC x64 4.7.1 can be downloaded here (32MB).
  • The portable version which does not include a compiler can be downloaded here (2MB).
  • Separate compilers can be downloaded here.
  • Lastly, the source code can be found here (1MB).

Choosing between 32bit and 64bit
  • The 64bit compiler will fully work op 32bit systems.
  • The 64bit compiler can create 64bit and 32bit executables and DLLs.
  • The 64bit compiler currently provides much more headers and libraries.
  • The 32bit compiler can only create 32bit executables and DLLs.

6 comments:

  1. Hi,

    Really love the 5.5! The clickable includes and the single update msgbox are great.

    Is there a way to make Dev-C++ write and recognize files in UTF-8?

    All it does for now is show the Unicode multibyte characters as a sequence of ANSI characters ("é" = "é").

    If there is no way, do you plan on making it available in the future?

    Thanks.

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    1. Currently, it is not possible to read or write UTF-8 files using Dev-C++. Sorry about that.

      At the moment, there are no plans to support non-ANSI encodings.

      I created a few test builds that accept UCS2 a year back though, but editor responsiveness was sad at best.

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  2. Hi all,

    Can you please tell me how to set the compiler (32 bit) so that it won't show the error message :

    c:\program files\dev-cpp\mingw64\x86_64-w64-mingw32\bin\ld.exe
    skipping incompatible C:\Program Files\Dev-Cpp\MinGW64\x86_64-w64-mingw32\lib\libmoldname.a when searching for -lmoldname

    Thanks !!

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    1. Please read Help >> Help on Dev-C++ >> Frequently Asked Questions >> Compiler.

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  3. Hi, do you know when C++14 will be on ODevC++? Thanks!

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  4. Hi, if you'd be able to answer my question I'd be extremely appreciative, because I can't get anything to work properly at this point.

    I'm trying to create a simple header file in which I declare a class, without any definition. At first it told me "no such file or directory" in regards to iostream (which I called using "#include ," by the way). Now, the program is back to its original problematic form, with the new error: "undefined reference to 'WinMain'," which it claims is in function 'main,' despite that I have no main function and the entire project, thus far, consists only of a single header file in the form of

    class X
    {
    //constructor;
    //destructor;
    //void function;
    //private variable;
    }

    Of course, I can't implement the class, because it refuses to compile. I can't find a solution to this problem, so any help with the iostream or anything that might be relevant would be greatly, greatly appreciated.

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