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Eran Ifrah
@eranif
@rain0706_rainyu_twitter well, I am not sure how did you run CodeLite... but we don't provide a build for that processor. In general, code compiled on Intel based mac, can't run on M1 (which is basically an ARM processor). Did you compile CodeLite yourself?
diaodiao
@rain0706_rainyu_twitter
That's interesting... it runs perfectly fine. No, I actually downloaded the pre-built Codelite 15 for OSX 10.15
N.saicharan
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter
Hi all, iam facing an error when i try to debug with codelite --> No executable specified, use 'target exec' could you please help me here
N.saicharan
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter
hello can anyone please help me with the above question I could not able to debug in my codelite
Eran Ifrah
@eranif
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter Right click on your project settings -> program to Run / Debug, and make sure that whatever is in there, exists on your file system
N.saicharan
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter
@eranif : Currenlty i have $(outputfile) in the path you had mentioned, so may I know what does that $outputfile means ?
how can I check whether that is there in my file system
dghart
@dghart
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter Look at your Project Settings. For a simple executable project it will look something like https://img.vim-cn.com/23/79b430cea2020f17274f70658ec0001cf1b00a.png
You can see that $(outputfile) is defined in the 5th row, as $(IntermediateDirectory)/$(ProjectName)
You know what your Project name is. IntermediateDirectory is probably 'debug' or 'release'.
So you can check on your file system to see if there is such a filepath. If so, see if it runs outside CodeLite. If not, try building your project :p
dghart
@dghart
@MV487 Where should those undefined references be? In one of those libs, or somewhere else?
Ghost
@ghost~603e0a7f6da037398464e901
sorry i fixed the issue
dghart
@dghart
Good :)
N.saicharan
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter
@dghart : could you please elloborate more,
N.saicharan
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter
@dghart i can able to build the code but when i try to debug i could not able to debug
You mentioned that to check the path but in thatbscreenshot there is no path mentioned
dghart
@dghart
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter The path is where you stored the Project itself, plus $(IntermediateDirectory)
which for this project is $(ConfigurationName), which is 'SimpleExecutable'
BTW, When you build, the output should include something helpful, like:
Entering directory '/mnt/everythingelse/devel/CLworkspace/Misc/SimpleExecutable'
N.saicharan
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter
I could not solve the issue ... Is there any video presentation that i give to any one who can solve me this prpblem ?
dghart
@dghart
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter No, you need to write some information here:
What operating system are you using? Which CodeLite version?
What sort of project is this? One of the sample ones that CodeLite supplies?
If not, try one of those and see if that works
If it doesn't, what is its Path? Which compiler are you trying to use? Does it exist?
N.saicharan
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter
Iam using windows 10 operating system, Codelite 15 version
I am learning cpp from Udemy so I wanted to debug the compiled code to see the variables and calls
iam using mingW64 compiler
@dghart
dghart
@dghart
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter Thanks. What sort of Workspace and Project did you create?
Is it one of the sample projects that CodeLite supplies?
(If not, please try one of those and see if that works.)
N.saicharan
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter
I created my own workspace
@dghart
ok sure i will try what code lite supplied
Eran Ifrah
@eranif
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter to check the values of the macros $(OutputFile) you can click on the Help button in the project settings dialog
N.saicharan
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter
@dghart : The problem is there with the sample projects that codelite supplies as well
i could not debug with that as well
@eranif : under the help i have only the Check for updates, run the set wizard, about and report an issue
N.saicharan
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter
is this the problem with the new version? is there anyone faced the same issue?
dghart
@dghart
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter No, it works for other people.
What is the Path of your workspace/project?
N.saicharan
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter
F:\LearningCpp\FirstWorkspace
@dghart This is the path for the workspace
dghart
@dghart
And the Project inside it?
N.saicharan
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter
I wanted to use it , i wanted to learn programming with the debugging
project name : FirstWorkspace
dghart
@dghart
So: F:\LearningCpp\FirstWorkspace\FirstWorkspace Yes?
N.saicharan
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter
yeah
dghart
@dghart
Use a file manager to look inside that PATH
N.saicharan
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter
Yeah i looked
dghart
@dghart
Good. what did you see?
N.saicharan
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter
Debug folder, compiler flags,
FirstWorkspace.project
main
dghart
@dghart
main.cpp ?
N.saicharan
@n_nsaicharan61_twitter
yeah main.cpp