Starting


Hello World

DifferentTypesOfCodeLiteProject

clang


Defining clang as a new compiler

Setup and Settings


Installing CodeLite

Simple Hello World

Getting Ready for wxWidgets development under Windows

Using CodeLite under OS X

Project Settings

Working with external makefiles

Project Settings Summary

The Configuration Manager

Defining a new syntax highlight lexer

C++ Code Completion


General

The ctags parser

Configuring the ctags code completion parser

Macros handling by the ctags code completion parser

clang integration

Debugging with CodeLite


As of version 6.0 codelite supports 2 debuggers:

GDB - The GNU Source Level Debugger


Debugging with CodeLite

The Debugger Pane

Using Breakpoints

The Debugger Settings dialog

The 'Display Variable' dialog

Debugging with the Intel Debugger for mixed C++ and Fortran code

GDB Pretty Printing

Linux-specific: The xterm debugger terminal

LLDB - the next generation, high-performance debugger


Debugging with LLDB

Plugins


The SnipWiz plugin

Qmake Plugin

CppCheck Plugin

Subversion

wxCrafter

SFTP

UnitTest++

Git

PHP

Miscellaneous


Local Preferences

Reconciling a Project

Bookmarks

Undo and Redo

Tab Groups

Tips and Tricks

Concepts


Workspaces and Projects

wxWidgets


Not really CodeLite documentation, but still useful information when trying to develop with wxWidgets under Windows and MinGW

Setting up wxWidgets (Windows)

wxWidgets Build Parameters

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