Publishing in Code Blocks

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    Question Publishing in Code Blocks

    I am new to code blocks and this is my first win32 application( includes 1 rc, 1 header and 1 .cpp file)

    The problem I have is that when i go to the program and run it I see a command prompt with the title of my filepath running in the background.

    How do I get rid of this command prompt so the software Users won't see it??

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    AFAIK, it only shows up in 'debug' version. Make sure you've chosen 'Release' as build target.

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    I went and put release as my biuld target and it created a new folder in bin but when i run my exe now nothing happens but it works fine in debug mode

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    It solely means that something (perhaps sligtly) is wrong with your code because IDE puts much bigger requirements for 'release'.

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    I did about 4 rebuilds and in the build log i got the following message:

    mingw32-g++.exe -Wall -fexceptions -g -c "C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop\CTests\test\main.cp p" -o obj\Debug\main.o
    mingw32-g++.exe -o bin\Debug\test.exe obj\Debug\main.o obj\Debug\rc.res
    Output size is 719.77 KB
    Process terminated with status 0 (0 minutes, 1 seconds)
    0 errors, 0 warnings

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    Hmm... Can you provide your entire project?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GL.Sam View Post
    Hmm... Can you provide your entire project?
    It's about 600 lines of code

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    Plus I don't think there's anything wrong i've looked it over and i'll recheck it again after this post.

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    It's about 600 lines of code
    Sounds nice for "my first win32 application"! O_o

    I remember C::B to have a Win32 GUI template. You could try it out to figure out who's fault it is.
    Last edited by GL.Sam; 08-03-2009 at 11:40 PM.

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    I found the problem

    THANKS ANYWAY

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    Are you going to tell us the answer, so others may benefit from your new found insight?
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