So, I installed Atom on Windows, along with the gpp package (https://atom.io/packages/gpp-compiler) and the MinGW compiler. Lately, however, it is behaving weirdly, and when I press the F5 key to execute some of my programs, the command line simply is showing Press any key to continue… whereas it should be taking input. On the other hand, when I run my code on https://repl.it, it is working fine, and doing exactly what is expected. It isn’t a complicated software project or anything, it is just rudimentary dynamic programming for solving a competitive programming question, so my code doesn’t rely on anything except the STL.
My filename is FlippingGame.cpp (mentioning this because it gave me another error when I had a space in between the name).
Has anyone faced this problem before? I tried searching online, haven’t got anything like this. It keeps skipping the input, and runs to the end of the program.
Also, I have my path name set correctly, to C:\MinGW\bin, and normal HelloWorld seems to run fine on it.
Edit: Running fine on default MinGW that comes with Codeblocks as well, wonder what could be causing it to crash on my custom MinGW and atom specifically?