But the server is not free and my coffee consumption is growing rapidly, while working on the packages.
A small donation would help me to fund at least the latter.
We have a new stable release: 13.12.
You can download it from our Code::Blocks-Server.
We have tar-balls containing all *.deb's for i386 and amd64.
To download the debug-version, use the tarball('s) containing "-dbg".
The sources I build the packages from are also available.
The packages are build against wxWidgets 2.8.12 .
If you need help you can read the actual (or older) posts in the Code::Blocks - forum or search the Code::Blocks - wiki.
Before asking questions, please use the "search"-function.
I will continue to provide nightly-builds from svn-source, because improving C::B and sometimes bugfixing it will, of course, continue.
A complete changelog (from svn revision 1 to HEAD) can be found into my packages or here.
Since May 2015 I build my nightly packages for debian stable (jessie) and debian testing (stretch) against wxWidgets 3.0 from the Debian repos.
These packages (C::B) might not be as stable as the builds against wxWidgets 2.8.
The debianization was originally done by Yiannis Mandravellos (Mandrav) the project-leader of the Code::Blocks-Team.
The packages are build with pbuilder in a chroot-environment.
The following steps have to be done as user root, or using sudo !
To install the packages using apt or one of its frontends please add the following lines to your /etc/apt/sources.list :
deb [arch=amd64,i386] https://apt.jenslody.de/stable jessie main deb-src https://apt.jenslody.de/stable jessie main
for testing and unstable:
deb [arch=amd64,i386] https://apt.jenslody.de/testing stretch main deb-src https://apt.jenslody.de/testing stretch main
The best and easiest way to add my public-key to apt's trustdb is to install the package jens-lody-debian-keyring with your preferred package-manager or with:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install jens-lody-debian-keyring
You can also download the C::B binary-packages and sources directly from the stable/pool or testing/pool directory.
The sources can be used on all platforms. You can unpack them (for example) with 7z.
The wxWidgets-packages needed to run Code::Blocks will be installed automagically if you have the appropriate entry in /etc/apt/sources.list.
But if you also want to use wxWidgets for your own programs you need to install at least libwxgtk2.8-dev.
The repo is called (un-)official, because it's on my private server and it's up to me to provide updates and bugfixes.
I try to keep the repositories on my server up to date.
But I can't guarantee that I have the time to do it every day.
If you find any bugs in Code::Blocks please read the posts in the Code::Blocks - forum or view Code::Blocks BTS before you file a bug-report yourself.