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CodeLite, an open source, cross platform C/C++ IDE

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  • With Recent builds of CodeLite, it is possible to create, run and debug Node.js applications.
  • To fully maximize CodeLite’s JavaScript capabilities, you first need to create a workspace.
  • A Node.js workspace is simply a folder with a single JSON file which contains some metadata information about the workspace.
  • From the main menu, click on the New Workspace In the next dialog, you will be requested to fill the workspace path and the workspace name Optionally, you can check the option to create the workspace in a new folder Click OK and you should be seeing your new workplace…
  • By default, CodeLite will execute with the flag, which means: stop on first line – – To start a debug session: CodeLite will once again will popup the execution dialog for , this time the field is enabled.

• Building CodeLite – Linux
• Debugging CodeLite – Linux
• Building CodeLite – Windows
• Building CodeLite – OSX
• Building Clang (All Platforms)
• Building wxWidgets for Windows
• Coding Guidelines
• Creating a Plugin

Node.js® is a platform built on Chrome’s JavaScript runtime for easily building fast, scalable network applications. Node.js uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model that makes it lightweight and efficient, perfect for data-intensive real-time applications that run across distributed devices. With Recent builds of CodeLite, it is possible to create, run and debug Node.js applications. To fully maximize CodeLite’s JavaScript capabilities, you first need to create a workspace.

A Node.js workspace is simply a folder with a single JSON file which contains some metadata information about the workspace. You can create a workspace for an existing source files or create a new workspace. From the main menu, click on the New Workspace In the next dialog, you will be requested to fill the workspace path and the workspace name Optionally, you can check the option to create the workspace in a new folder Click OK and you should be seeing your new workplace in the Workspace tab (see screenshots below) You can create a workspace from an existing source files by following the previous section with minor changes: Set the workspace path to the folder containing your source files Uncheck the option: Create in a new folder Another option (simpler):

Open your file browser (Windows Explorer, Finder, Dolphin etc), drag the folder that contain your sources and drop it on the Workspace tab Now that we have created a workspace, its time to create a simple JS application Right…

CodeLite, an open source, cross platform C/C++ IDE