Well, the error message basically means that Code::Blocks IDE cannot find the path to the compiler. So you would have to set it manually. To do this, click in the menu at the top bar, and select Settings, Compiler. Then in the window that pops up, select GNU GCC Compiler. Go to Toolchain executables.

How do you fix environment errors on Code::Blocks?

The problem is solved with simple tricks



Try to go Settings->Compiler->Select “GNU gcc” from the drop down menu -> Then press “set as default” button. Close the dialog with OK Close codeblocks and restart it Open codeblocks and try to create a new project.

How do you set environment in Code::Blocks?

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Quote from video: Beginning this tutorial works for windows machines if you have a mac download and install the ide named xcode first navigate to codeblocks.org. Once here go to the downloads.

How do you find errors in Code::Blocks?

To check for errors in the current block of code:

  1. Do one of the following: On the Program menu, select Check for Errors. …
  2. One of the following dialogs is displayed: …
  3. Select one of the errors from the list, then press the Close button.


Why is my Code::Blocks not working?

Make sure you have installed the GCC version based setup from the official website of Codeblocks, Since the earlier versions were not provided with GCC and Other compilers hence the end user had to download and setup separately, Which again seems to be an hassle of its own when you are too excited to start coding.

How do I reset my Code::Blocks to default?

Re: Restore default settings



If you use a recent build, then you can just delete the config file. If you use the release candidate 2, you can seek Code::Blocks’ key in the registry and delete that.

How do I download GNU GCC Compiler for Code::Blocks?

Goto http://www.codeblocks.org/downloads. Click “Download the binary release”. Select your operating platform (e.g., Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7). Download the installer with GCC Compiler, e.g., codeblocks-13.12mingw-setup.exe (98 MB) (which includes MinGW’s GNU GCC compiler and GNU GDB debugger).

How do I run C++ in code blocks?

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Quote from video: So first you have to go to file new. And from the new you select the option file. In file you have to select either C or C++ source. And go click on Co button. And then go to next there you have