Maybe, you could use (Geany) ,two versions exist that are work on Linux and Window. you have more complex by example (Emacs or Xemacs) but require two or three lives to explore all his functions.
I complete to you some information
Long time now i don't use your operating system, I have made some test actualized for evaluate your problem.
CodeBlocks(17.2) work perfectly.
I have test also cmake-3.12.1 that work also perfectly.
I think you have also (meson) and (ninja) ( on side Python) for the operating system that you use
for generate the build
Hello, i see that you are able to do what i have been trying to for 1 day, if you configurate CodeBlocks, how you do it? Where did you find the file where the compiler is? Because that's the only problem that i have. Thank you for the information anyways!
Intel C++ Compiler
Please note that on Windows platform, Intel C/C++ compiler requires Microsoft Visual C++
to be present in your system in order to function properly. It will not compile any C++ program without it.
You should also note that Windows SDK shall be installed in order to compile Windows app.
Code::Blocks (C::B) is now able to detect (from svn revision 4967 onwards)
Intel C/C++ compiler and it'll then automatically setup the MSVC compiler so that the Intel compiler works as intended.
However if you wish to manually install the Intel C/C++ compiler, then follow the following steps.
About: (Where did you find the file where the compiler is)
When Code::Blocks loaded
Select Compiler (Intel compiler is on the list choice)
-> Toolchain executables
The path is given if compiler auto detected
You can define all options for several compilers (path , flags, linker etc...)
Even LLVM (Clang version 6.0.1) require also Visual Studio installation,without, among others,
(able standalone),you can use TDM GCC (it's gcc compiler version 5.1.0) you have two versions 32 & 64