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Can not compile

Post by jin » Fri Mar 14, 2008 4:21 am

Hey to test it out i tried to run the hello word program and it did not work i tries it with minGW and cygwin i got these errors

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#include "stdio.h"

int main ()
{
	printf ( "Hello world from LiteEditor\n" );
	return 0;
}
MINGW:
Building: "C:\MinGW\bin\mingw32-make.exe" -j 1 -f "a_wsp.mk" type=Debug
----------Building project:[ t1 - Debug ]----------
C:\MinGW\bin\mingw32-make.exe: not found
mingw32-make: *** [All] Error 127
----------Build Ended----------

CYGWIN:
Building: "C:\cygnus\cygwin-b20\cygnus.bat" -j 1 -f "a_wsp.mk" type=Debug
bash.exe: warning: could not find /tmp, please create!

please help

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Re: Can not compile

Post by eranif » Fri Mar 14, 2008 9:59 am

Hi,
jin wrote:Building: "C:\MinGW\bin\mingw32-make.exe" -j 1 -f "a_wsp.mk" type=Debug
What happens if you open a command shell (Start -> Run -> cmd) and tries to run the same exact command?
Does it compile there?

Can u paste here the makefiles? (a_wsp.mk & t1.mk)
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Re: Can not compile

Post by jin » Sat Mar 15, 2008 5:38 am

CYGWIN
a_wsp.mk

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.PHONY: clean All

All:
	@echo ----------Building project:[ t1 - Debug ]----------
	@"C:\cygnus\cygwin-b20\cygnus.bat"  -j 1 -f "t1.mk" type=Debug 
clean:
	@echo ----------Building project:[ t1 - Debug ]----------
	@"C:\cygnus\cygwin-b20\cygnus.bat"  -j 1 -f "t1.mk" type=Debug  clean
t1.mk

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##
## Auto Generated makefile, please do not edit
##
Path:=%SystemRoot%\system32;%SystemRoot%;%SystemRoot%\System32\Wbem;%QUARTUS_ROOTDIR%\bin;;;C:\Program Files\CodeLite;C:\Program Files\CodeLite\bin;C:\cygnus\cygwin-b20\H-i586-cygwin32\bin
TMP:=%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Temp
ProjectName:=t1

## Debug
ifeq ($(type),Debug)
ConfigurationName :=Debug
IntermediateDirectory :=./Debug
OutDir := $(IntermediateDirectory)
LinkerName:=g++
ArchiveTool :=ar rcu
SharedObjectLinkerName :=g++ -shared -fPIC
ObjectSuffix :=.o
DebugSwitch :=-gstab
IncludeSwitch :=-I
LibrarySwitch :=-l
OutputSwitch :=-o 
LibraryPathSwitch :=-L
PreprocessorSwitch :=-D
SourceSwitch :=-c 
CompilerName :=g++
OutputFile :=$(IntermediateDirectory)/$(ProjectName)d
Preprocessors :=
ObjectSwitch :=-o 
ArchiveOutputSwitch := 
CmpOptions :=-g $(Preprocessors)
LinkOptions := 
IncludePath := $(IncludeSwitch). 
RcIncludePath :=
Libs :=
LibPath :=
endif

Objects=$(IntermediateDirectory)/c$(ObjectSuffix) 

##
## Main Build Tragets 
##
all: $(OutputFile)

$(OutputFile): makeDirStep  $(Objects)
	$(LinkerName) $(OutputSwitch)$(OutputFile) $(Objects) $(LibPath) $(Libs) $(LinkOptions)

makeDirStep:
	@makedir "./Debug"


PreBuild:


##
## Objects
##
$(IntermediateDirectory)/c$(ObjectSuffix): c.cpp $(IntermediateDirectory)/c$(ObjectSuffix).d
	$(CompilerName) $(SourceSwitch)c.cpp $(CmpOptions)   $(ObjectSwitch)$(IntermediateDirectory)/c$(ObjectSuffix) $(IncludePath)
$(IntermediateDirectory)/c$(ObjectSuffix).d:
	@$(CompilerName) $(CmpOptions) $(IncludePath) -MT$(IntermediateDirectory)/c$(ObjectSuffix) -MF$(IntermediateDirectory)/c$(ObjectSuffix).d -MM c.cpp

##
## Clean
##
clean:
	$(RM) $(IntermediateDirectory)/c$(ObjectSuffix)
	$(RM) $(IntermediateDirectory)/c$(ObjectSuffix).d
	$(RM) $(OutputFile)
	$(RM) $(OutputFile).exe

-include $(IntermediateDirectory)/*.d
MINGW
a_wsp.mk

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.PHONY: clean All

All:
	@echo ----------Building project:[ t1 - Debug ]----------
	@"C:\MinGW\bin\mingw32-make.exe"  -j 1 -f "t1.mk" type=Debug 
clean:
	@echo ----------Building project:[ t1 - Debug ]----------
	@"C:\MinGW\bin\mingw32-make.exe"  -j 1 -f "t1.mk" type=Debug  clean
t1.mk

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##
## Auto Generated makefile, please do not edit
##
Path:=%SystemRoot%\system32;%SystemRoot%;%SystemRoot%\System32\Wbem;%QUARTUS_ROOTDIR%\bin;;;C:\Program Files\CodeLite;C:\Program Files\CodeLite\bin;C:\cygnus\cygwin-b20\H-i586-cygwin32\bin
TMP:=%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Temp
ProjectName:=t1

## Debug
ifeq ($(type),Debug)
ConfigurationName :=Debug
IntermediateDirectory :=./Debug
OutDir := $(IntermediateDirectory)
LinkerName:=g++
ArchiveTool :=ar rcu
SharedObjectLinkerName :=g++ -shared -fPIC
ObjectSuffix :=.o
DebugSwitch :=-gstab
IncludeSwitch :=-I
LibrarySwitch :=-l
OutputSwitch :=-o 
LibraryPathSwitch :=-L
PreprocessorSwitch :=-D
SourceSwitch :=-c 
CompilerName :=g++
OutputFile :=$(IntermediateDirectory)/$(ProjectName)d
Preprocessors :=
ObjectSwitch :=-o 
ArchiveOutputSwitch := 
CmpOptions :=-g $(Preprocessors)
LinkOptions := 
IncludePath := $(IncludeSwitch). 
RcIncludePath :=
Libs :=
LibPath :=
endif

Objects=$(IntermediateDirectory)/c$(ObjectSuffix) 

##
## Main Build Tragets 
##
all: $(OutputFile)

$(OutputFile): makeDirStep  $(Objects)
	$(LinkerName) $(OutputSwitch)$(OutputFile) $(Objects) $(LibPath) $(Libs) $(LinkOptions)

makeDirStep:
	@makedir "./Debug"


PreBuild:


##
## Objects
##
$(IntermediateDirectory)/c$(ObjectSuffix): c.cpp $(IntermediateDirectory)/c$(ObjectSuffix).d
	$(CompilerName) $(SourceSwitch)c.cpp $(CmpOptions)   $(ObjectSwitch)$(IntermediateDirectory)/c$(ObjectSuffix) $(IncludePath)
$(IntermediateDirectory)/c$(ObjectSuffix).d:
	@$(CompilerName) $(CmpOptions) $(IncludePath) -MT$(IntermediateDirectory)/c$(ObjectSuffix) -MF$(IntermediateDirectory)/c$(ObjectSuffix).d -MM c.cpp

##
## Clean
##
clean:
	$(RM) $(IntermediateDirectory)/c$(ObjectSuffix)
	$(RM) $(IntermediateDirectory)/c$(ObjectSuffix).d
	$(RM) $(OutputFile)
	$(RM) $(OutputFile).exe

-include $(IntermediateDirectory)/*.d

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Re: Can not compile

Post by eranif » Sat Mar 15, 2008 3:12 pm

Hi,

I cant seem to reproduce it here.
Can you try to build it from the command line?

Start -> Run -> cmd
then then cd to the workspace directory, followed by:

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C:\MinGW\bin\mingw32-make.exe -j 1 -f "a_wsp.mk" type=Debug
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Re: Can not compile

Post by jin » Sat Mar 15, 2008 9:51 pm

I still got the same errors as before

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Re: Can not compile

Post by eranif » Sat Mar 15, 2008 10:23 pm

In your makefile, i see these lines:

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Path:=%SystemRoot%\system32;%SystemRoot%;%SystemRoot%\System32\Wbem;%QUARTUS_ROOTDIR%\bin;;;C:\Program Files\CodeLite;C:\Program Files\CodeLite\bin;C:\cygnus\cygwin-b20\H-i586-cygwin32\bin
TMP:=%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Temp
try to remove them and compile again from the command line.
Makefiles don't support %VARNAME% (the windows style, with '%'), so you should not copy the content of the variable to the 'Environment Variable' settings.
If you want to update your environment variable 'Path', you can simply do the following:

In the environment variables settings, create new variable, and fill:
Variable Name:Path
Variable Value:$(Path);C:\bla\bla

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Re: Can not compile

Post by jin » Sun Mar 16, 2008 2:55 am

I did not create those files they were created by codelite, ill still try to modify them them and then compile, ill let you know what happens

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Re: Can not compile

Post by eranif » Sun Mar 16, 2008 10:42 am

Hi Jin,

I know the makefiles were generated by codelite and not by you... this is not the point.
The thing is that the makefiles are generated based on data stored in the project, workspace & other settings one of them is the environment variable settings.

In order to remove these lines, you should do the following:
1. Go to 'Settings' menu and select 'Environment variables'
2. You should now see a dialog in front of you with a list of variables
3. Select the 'Path' variable, and press the 'Delete' button.
4. Do the same for the 'TMP' variable
5. Right click on your project and select 'Export makefile' (this step is important)
6. Build again

view the makefiles and confirm that the above lines were removed.
let me know how it goes

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Re: Can not compile

Post by jin » Sun Mar 16, 2008 7:54 pm

Hey thanks a lot that was it.

One last question how would i go about building a programs with Makefiles:

the programs files are these
  • Main.cc
    squared.cc
    squared.h
    squareRoot.cc
    squareRoot.h
and this is my makefile

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Main:	Main.o squared.o squareRoot.o
	g++ Main.o squared.o squareRoot.o -o Main

Main.o:	Main.cc squared.h squareRoot.h
	g++ -c Main.cc

squared.o:	squared.cc squared.h
	g++ -c squared.cc

squareRoot.o:	squareRoot.cc squareRoot.h
	g++ -c squareRoot.cc
i know this seems like overdoing it for an easy program but i am working on a webserver whose makefile is like this:

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Main:	HTTPserver.o socket.o networkbuf.o netstream.o HTTPmessage.o HTTPrequest.o Log.o Access_Log.o Error_Log.o Debug_Log.o Config_File.o
	g++ *.o -o main -lnsl -lsocket

HTTPserver.o:	HTTPserver.C socket.H netstream.H HTTPrequest.H HTTPmessage.H Access_Log.H Config_File.H
	g++ -c HTTPserver.C

socket.o:	socket.C socket.H Error_Log.H
	g++ -c socket.C

networkbuf.o:	networkbuf.C networkbuf.H socket.H	
	g++ -c networkbuf.C

netstream.o:	netstream.C netstream.H socket.H networkbuf.H
	g++ -c netstream.C

HTTPmessage.o:		HTTPmessage.C HTTPmessage.H
	g++ -c HTTPmessage.C

HTTPrequest.o:		HTTPrequest.C HTTPrequest.H HTTPmessage.H Error_Log.H Debug_Log.H
	g++ -c HTTPrequest.C

Log.o:	Log.C Log.H
	g++ -c Log.C
	
Access_Log.o:	Access_Log.C Access_Log.H Log.H Config_File.H
	g++ -c Access_Log.C

Error_Log.o:	Error_Log.C Error_Log.H Log.H Config_File.H
	g++ -c Error_Log.C

Debug_Log.o:	Debug_Log.C Debug_Log.H Log.H Config_File.H
	g++ -c Debug_Log.C
	
Config_File.o:	Config_File.C Config_File.H
	g++ -c Config_File.C
	
clean:
	rm *.o main
and more still need to be done

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Re: Can not compile

Post by eranif » Sun Mar 16, 2008 11:32 pm

jin wrote:One last question how would i go about building a programs with Makefiles:
I added new entry in the wiki that will answer your question for how to handle custom makefile with CodeLite:

http://codelite.org/wiki/pmwiki.php?n=L ... mMakefiles

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