Codelite c compiler error code 2118292091

Asked by Julianloui on 2012-11-04

I have received a Codelite C compiler error 2118292091 on my Windows XP computer but don't know what it means . My simple program runs fine under GNU C ++ on a Ubuntu 12.04 machine. I am having trouble in using Codelite under Ubuntu 12.04 also as nothing happens when I try to compile the source file. When I try to compile the same file with Code::Blocks C/C++ on my Windows XP system, it fails to do anything and does not return any error messages.

Can someone tell me what I may be missing in my installation of Codelite or Code::Blocks on my Windows XP machine?

Julianloui

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marcobra (Marco Braida) (marcobra) said :
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Please refer to http://codelite.org/ support, i think you will have better support then here...

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Julianloui (julianloui) said :
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Thanks very much for your kind advice.
Julianloui

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Subject: Re: [Question #213267]: Codelite c compiler error code 2118292091

> Your question #213267 on Ubuntu changed:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+question/213267
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> marcobra (Marco Braida) posted a new comment:
> Please refer to http://codelite.org/ support, i think you will have
> better support then here...
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Julianloui (julianloui) said :
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Marco,

Thanks very much for your kind advice. I've just posted my question at www.codelite.org.

Julianloui

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Julianloui (julianloui) said :
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I have recently spent much time with codelite.org's people. So far they have not been able to come up with an explanation or solution. I was interested in Codelite only because it was available from Ubuntu Software Center.
Now that I've been exposed to Gnu C++ and been able to receive a good deal of great help from this site, I would no longer spend my time learning complex and time-consuming packages such as Code::Blocks and Codelite. As someone else has said, all one needs is a simple text editor and a complete Linux environment with Gnu C++, in order to write C++ programs. I've learned my lesson from using Cygwin. Last night I spent many hours downloading and setting it up only to find that I would have trouble in compiling a minimum C++ program.

My advice to others who have a minimum programming needs is to steer away from complex packages and stay with Ubuntu, where good help is always available here at the launchpad.

Julianloui

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Julianloui (julianloui) said :
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I have finally solved my problem with Codelite, Code::Blocks and Cygwin by downloading the Windows version of Dev-C++ . I have been extremely satisfied with its user-friendliness and reliability. It's a real integrated editor, compiler and linker with a great graphic user interface. It handles both C and C++ automatically. Now I no longer care to spend time typing on a command line repeatedly and I can re-use my previously generated source codes.

Being a neophyte myself, I highly recommend Dev-C++ to all new C++ users.

Julianloui