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after update from V7.30 to V7.43 compiler don't work

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Hi,

I am new in this forum and a hobby programmer which uses sourceboost for a few years.

Up to V7.3 sourceboost and compiler works well. Now I does a update to V7.43. Pressing the compiling button of a existing project generates only the attached output message.

Nothing happens.

If I open a cmd window and starts the compiler with a command string then the compiler works perfect.

The options settings in Sourcboost IDE seems to be correct to the path of the compiler. I think that die 'source.c' file are not founded.

What is the cause? Are there any setting for the path of the project in the boost software or in the registry.

please help me.

 

The problem is on different computers (windows 7 32 bit, Windows 8.1 64 bit)

 

Manfred

 

 

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I found out following items:

1. spaces in filenames causes problems in V7.43

2. after removing spaces the button 'build' works (compiles and links project correct)

3. the button 'compile' don't work like post1

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Hi Manfred and welcome to the SourceBoost forum.

If the project was created using 7.3 before you upgraded to 7.43 then you should clean the project using Build-> Clean All to remove all the previous make files etc.

Other than that there should not be any problems if you are using the F7 key to compile and link.

If you are using Novo libraries (or any of your own libraries) then you should rebuild them with the newest compiler or the linker may complain.

Good luck with your project.  Looks like it may be a Nixie tube clock.

Cheers

Reynard

 

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Hi Reynard.

I tryed it out and used Build->Clean.

There is no difference.

Using the button 'build' works

using the button 'compile' fails, nothing happens (same message as above)

best regards

Manfred

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Hi Manfred,

As far as I know spaces in file names have never worked as spaces are command line delimiters.  Spaces are allowed in directory names.

I am not sure what you are saying in your first post.  You only have one file in your project and you got the response "Done" after the compile.

What were you expecting to see ?

Cheers

Reynard

 

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Hi Reynard,

 

There is one main.c-file and a few included files (with #include<path\filenname>)

I removed all spaces from filenames.

Compiler works if I press the button 'build'😀

Compiler don't work if I press the button 'compile'😡 . Is this a bug in the IDE 7.43?

For me It's no problem. I use now the button 'build' and not longer the button 'compile'

 

 

best regards

Manfred

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Hi Manfred,

You are absolutely correct, the compile button or drop down menu compile does not work.

The source file is saved, the object file seems to get deleted and that's it.

Not a user of the compile button myself, always the F7 (build).

It may get fixed one day in the far future.

Cheers

Reynard

 

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