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    Quote Originally Posted by cooper1200 View Post
    i will google both im surprised microdaft allows either of them to be ported to linux
    You may be confusing yourself with iTunes and Linux...

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    in settings->compiler->general settings how do i enable the -std=c11 flag. i see it for g++ for c++

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    It is a poor workman who blames his tools.

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    Tim S is probably the best person you can ask for help with Codeblocks - tell him what problems you are having

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    By the way I find it easier/better to set things like standard in the project settings, not necessarily in the global settings.

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    cooper1200: I am guessing you are using Code::Blocks version 17.12 and building using a Code::Blocks project.
    Edit: If then above is not true tell me the Code::Blocks version and start using an C::B project. If you do not wish to use a C::B project it would be best for you to find another IDE; Code::Blocks works best when using a C::B project.

    Projects -> Build Options
    Check "Have gcc follow the 2011 ISO C language standard" [-std=c11]
    If it is not listed tell me and I will look up the directions to add it.

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    Last edited by stahta01; 06-15-2019 at 09:50 PM.
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    thanks......

    i am using version 16.01 as i am in mint and that was the latest release for mint. I do indeed use a project build. I have looked at the build options and it says have g++ follow c++ 11iso c++language standard [-std=c++ 11]

    thanks for your help
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    Also, consider that you don't need to use and IDE. You can use a text editor (a fancy one like VSCode/Atom if you want) and e.g. CMake to define your build structure and work from the terminal. No hidden behavior then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooper1200 View Post
    thanks......

    i am using version 16.01 as i am in mint and that was the latest release for mint. I do indeed use a project build. I have looked at the build options and it says have g++ follow c++ 11iso c++language standard [-std=c++ 11]

    thanks for your help
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    Project -> Build options
    Add the option you want to "other compiler options"
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    -std=c11
    And, after you do a rebuild verify the option is in the build log.

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    thanks i shall try that

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