codeblocks [-h] [-ns] [-d] [--prefix <str>] [-p <str>] [--profile <str>] [--rebuild] [--build] [--target <str>] [--no-batch-window-close] [--batch-build-notify] [filename(s)...]
codeblocks launches the Code::Blocks IDE. Its various command-line arguments are listed below.
- -h, --help
Displays the list of accepted command-line arguments.
Do not display a splash screen on startup. The splash screen can be completely disabled in the program's environment options.
Enable the debugging log.
Specify an alternate path for Code::Blocks to find its shared files.
- -p, --profile
Set which profile to use. If you set the profile to ask , Code::Blocks will display a list with all the known profiles to choose from.
Start a batch rebuild (i.e. "clean" and "build") job on the filenames passed as arguments. The filenames can be either projects or workspaces.
Start a batch build (i.e. no "clean") job on the filenames passed as arguments. The filenames can be either projects or workspaces.
Specify a single build target to build in the batch build (or rebuild) job.
When the batch job ends, the log window closes too. This option keeps it open until you manually close it.
Display a message when the batch job finishes.
Batch build myproject.cpp, only the "Debug" target and keep the batch job window open when finished:
codeblocks --build --target="Debug" --no-batch-window-close myproject.cbp Batch rebuild everything in myproject.cbp: codeblocks --rebuild myproject.cbp
Yiannis "mandrav" Mandravellos (email@example.com)
2006 - Initial version