Sunday, February 1, 2015

Dev-C++ 5.9.2 released

Fixed a few high priority bugs in 5.9.1.

Changes - Version 5.9.2 - 1 Februari 2015
  • Changed Format Current File shortcut from Shift+F to Shift+Ctrl+A.
  • Removed/Changed all default Alt+(Key) shortcuts because they interfere with Alt menu navigation.
  • Assigned some new default shortcuts like Ctrl+B (Open Containing Folder) and F2 (Rename File).
  • Fixed Show Makefile being executable when no compiler set is configured.

Download
  • The setup which includes TDM-GCC 4.8.1 (32bit and 64bit) can be downloaded here (47MB).
  • The setup which does not include a compiler can be downloaded here (2MB).
  • The portable version which includes TDM-GCC 4.8.1 (32bit and 64bit) can be downloaded here (34MB).
  • The portable version which does not include a compiler can be downloaded here (2MB).
  • The latest tested compilers can be downloaded here.
  • Lastly, the source code can be found here (1MB). Alternatively, one can use git to clone any commit. Instructions can be found here.

Dev-C++ will automatically configure a 32bit and a 64bit compiler profile for you, and will select the 32bit profile if your computer does not support 64bit.

19 comments:

  1. the v5.9.2 files seem to be missing...

    by any chance did u discover a new bug and u had to yank v5.9.2 from release?


    btw:
    thx for taking over and revitalizing Dev-C++,

    the dev pack concept is cool and a great way to maintain the src code of libraries being used to write programs with
    and keeping those up to date is a lot more user friendly ;D ^_^

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    1. Regarding not being able to download 5.9.2 yet, SourceForge is having trouble updating the file repository.

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    2. Okay, SourceForge seems to have things sorted out now. Enjoy your new version!

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    3. oohh ok, thx again!


      if you don't mind me posting it here suggests for updates to Dev-C++

      - updating the import functionality (all versions from .dsp (MS VC++ v6) to the latest, and maybe even other project file types and lets not forget their Workspace files ;D)

      - the webupdate module [Tools --> Check for packages] isn't working right, connection failing...

      etc.. loi ;D

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    4. another thing... it would be good if the installer(s) remember the install directory when installing over a previous version.. you know for upgrading an existing. install

      that would be a good future feature to add to the installers a one click upgrade if u need an example
      Foobar2000 -- http://www.foobar2000.org/
      FileZilla -- https://filezilla-project.org/
      once installed any future updates will offer a a kinda one click upgrade option ^_^


      in my case i use

      C:\Dev-Cpp
      I use Dev- to prefix(s) like:
      Dev-CodeBlocks
      Dev-Cpp
      Dev-Java
      Dev-MinGW
      Dev-WinDbg

      in the root to keep all the src/dev stuff together
      long story short its a File/Directory nomenclature thing I do.


      ps: in the case of Dev-C++ I installed v5.8.3 using the TDM installer to get full compiler Dev-C++ likes best and can keep all to its self... and use the no compiler installer to update to v5.9.0/1/ v5.9.2 tonight.

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    1. I'm sorry, this is not the place to discuss programming related problems.

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  3. I don't know why, but since (i think) 5.9.1 Dev-C++ crashes very often. This isn't just in one Project, but in every Projects I have; While writing code Dev-C++ just randomly crashes (without an error report) that's it. Good thing is that I have an old Version of Visual Studio with a debugger, so here's the Information I get when I click on the Debug-Button on the "Dev-C++ has stopped working" message:
    Unhandled Exception in devcpp.exe (USER32.DLL): 0xC0000005: Access Violation

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  4. Released new TDM-GCC:
    http://tdm-gcc.tdragon.net/

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  5. I have a problem, my system is 64bits but the Installer sends the file to the 32bit folder -Program files (x86)-, does that means that it is installing the 32bits version as well?

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    1. Or is it just because the editor is a 32 bit app?

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    2. Yes, the editor is a 32bit app except for the debugger used to debug 64bit programs.

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    3. I use a directory nomenclature like this
      C:\Dev-CodeBlocks
      C:\Dev-Cpp
      C:\Dev-MinGW
      C:\Dev-WinDbg
      Eyy Orwell is there any chance some day you might port Dev-C++ to 64bit?

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  6. Thanks!! can you upgrade for TDM-GCC 4.9.2?? thanks for the hard work. Tal.

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  7. how can i change the keyboard input method for dev c ++ from the same program

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  8. Does anyone know where the hash number is for this file?

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  9. When I Click The EXE File That I Made From A Project
    Nothing Happens... It Wont Even Show An Error Message To Tell Me Whats Wrong

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  10. When I Use Windows Application Mode In New Project

    Then I Code My Simple Program
    And Make A EXE

    The EXE Does Nothing When I Click It Not Even An Error Message

    However When I Use Console Application Mode In New Project

    And Code My Program And Make My EXE

    And Click My EXE, It Works

    Why Wont It Work In That Other Mode?

    I Made That Comment Earlier Today Too

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