I'm using Code:Blocks 12.11 on windows 7, with the built-in MinGW compiler. When I try and compile a program that has an error in it (misnamed variable, missing include, extra semi-colon somewhere, anything) instead of saying something about what went wrong it just has this:
Process terminated with status 1 (0 minutes, 0 seconds)
0 errors, 0 warnings (0 minutes, 0 seconds)
@Daleth: I'm using the default flags (haven't added or removed any) which are -Wall, -O2, and -s. I could post the program if you want, but it happens with any C++ program I try.
@JLBorges: No, I only have one project open at a time.
Additional info - If I tell it to run code::blocks when the installer asks, it will give warnings/errors as usual. However, closing it and reopening will cause it to start only displaying the error in my first post.