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Eran Ifrah
@eranif
@grandinj I think I found it, will push a commit in the next 5 minutes :)
Gibbon3
@Gibbon3

@gamanmanishrao Look under build settings compilers. There is an entry for Make. The default seems to be to set it to

Make: mingw32-make.exe

On my system mingw32-make isn't in the path so I get the same error. I had to set it to

C:/MinGW/bin/mingw32-make.exe -j 6

As the guy above says, if you have spaces put the thing in double quotes.

Gibbon3
@Gibbon3
Also @eranif thanks for pointing out where the build settings are. Was as I thought build_settings.xml got hosed when my computer crashes a few days ago. That's maybe something to fix maybe.

Now I'm stuck where I can compile again. But the annoying dialogs setting won't reset for some reason.

Was the default for that changed? I kind of like it because I have a lot of shared filed between projects. So 99% of the time deleting the file off disk is not what I want.

Gibbon3
@Gibbon3
Okay now for some reason seems to be asking if I want to delete files from disk.
Eran Ifrah
@eranif
@Gibbon3 no, the location is still the same %appdata%\codelite all the user settings are kept under this location
Noel Grandin
@grandinj
thanks @eranif
Michael
@zzz7net
Greetings
I'm new with CodeLite. The third day I try to build it on my Windows 7 machine.
This is a hell.
Michael
@zzz7net
I've read all instructions but still no result. Can I get some help to build it?
or should I write to the forum?
don't want to clutter up the chat with my BuildLog
Michael
@zzz7net
If somebody are able to help, you are welcome >>
Eran Ifrah
@eranif
@zzz7net did you build wxWidgets as described? in particular follow the instructions for building wxWidgets: https://docs.codelite.org/build/build_wx_widgets/
Michael
@zzz7net
Eran, wxWidgets building stage was successful.
But there are many nuances about which I have no one to ask.
For example, I've read on the wxWidgets website that they use MinGW with a Win32 threads model.
Michael
@zzz7net
I have only MinGW with a POSIX threads model on my machine.
don't know if this can somehow affect the assembly
Also I've skipped building zlib, OpenSSL and libssh instruction steps
Michael
@zzz7net
because all of these is already part of mingw-w64-x86_64-toolchain
I'm using pacman -S mingw-w64-x86_64-toolchain command
but I'm not sure if this is a right solution.
Michael
@zzz7net
maybe this is a problem.
Eran Ifrah
@eranif
@zzz7net try to follow the build steps as written (even use the exact paths in the example, e.g. install msys2 under C:\msys64)
Michael
@zzz7net
All steps done. After 20 minutes of building CodeLite fails with error on PHPPlugin
mingw32-make[1]: * No rule to make target '../PCH/precompiled_header_release.h', needed by '../PCH/precompiled_header_release.h.gch'. Stop.
"----------Building project:[ PHPPlugin - Win_x64_Release ]----------"
Michael
@zzz7net
Finally everything worked out!
Eran Ifrah
@eranif
@zzz7net this was fixed in this commit: eranif/codelite@b5d1df0
Choretortle
@choretortle
Hello. I followed this link from codelite.org. Having an issue with the template for a C shared lib: Automated makefiles don't compile. "No rule to make target 'Debug/mysrcfile.c.o', needed by..." ... Elsewhere it was suggested that the ".c.o" portion is the issue. However, I didn't write this make... I'm pouring over the different settings fields, trying to figure out where/when/if my "projectname" variable is set to my one sourcefiles full name... or if a rule for making it even exists. I can switch to a custom make for such a small source file. Just seems pretty frustrating fresh out of template. I must be missing something.
ANI2324
@ANI2324
Hello i am not able to install codelite. it is crashing when i am opening
Is there anyone to solve my problem
ANI2324
@ANI2324
@eranif Can you please help me
dghart
@dghart
@ANI2324 You haven't provided enough information for anyone to help you.
tylerlinuxdev
@tylerlinuxdev:matrix.org
[m]
Yep, we're pretty much waiting for you to post any more info.
dghart
@dghart
Which OS are you on, and which version? Which CodeLite version are you trying to install, and where did you get it?
tylerlinuxdev
@tylerlinuxdev:matrix.org
[m]
Also what the error message say? Any error prompt? Screenshot?
Seagull Jack⁷
@i_am_ami_too_twitter
Hi! I've just installed CodeLite 15.0 App Bundle for OSX 10.15 on my mac of version 10.11.6 Whenever I try to open it, they say "CodeLite quit unexpectedly." I reinstalled the bundle and restarted my mac, but it's still not working. Could you please help me?
tylerlinuxdev
@tylerlinuxdev:matrix.org
[m]
No error message or anything? Tried running it in terminal?
Seagull Jack⁷
@i_am_ami_too_twitter
Yes, I tried running it in terminal. There was nothing other than "CodeLite quit unexpectedly"
tylerlinuxdev
@tylerlinuxdev:matrix.org
[m]
At that point, I probably pull out a native debugger and try to identify the issue
Red🍁
@Raiku47210905_twitter
Hello!
Ashitosh Ghate
@ashitoshghate
hello
tylerlinuxdev
@tylerlinuxdev:matrix.org
[m]
Hello!
manishkumarchandela
@manishkumarchandela
build error

build error:C:\Windows\system32\cmd.exe /C C:/cygwin64/bin/make.exe -j8 -e -f Makefile
----------Building project:[ Testing - Debug ]----------
make[1]: Entering directory '/cygdrive/c/Users/HP/Documents/Testing/Testing'
/bin/sh: -c: line 1: syntax error: unexpected end of file
make[1]: [Testing.mk:84: MakeIntermediateDirs] Error 1
make[1]:
Waiting for unfinished jobs....
/bin/sh: -c: line 1: syntax error: unexpected end of file
make[1]: * [Testing.mk:88: ../build-Debug/Testing/.d] Error 1

<built-in>: fatal error: opening dependency file ../build-Debug/Testing/main.c.o.d: No such file or directory
compilation terminated.
make[1]: [Testing.mk:99: ../build-Debug/Testing/main.c.o.d] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory '/cygdrive/c/Users/HP/Documents/Testing/Testing'
make:
[Makefile:5: All] Error 2
====0 errors, 0 warnings====

kindly give the solution