|setting a user gcc [message #1780693]
||Thu, 25 January 2018 19:52
| Christopher Hite
Registered: January 2018
I've got a userspace build of gcc which is what I want eclipse to use. How this is configured has change a few times. Currently I'm trying to do it on Oxygen.2 Release (4.7.2) and CDT 184.108.40.206801130900. It seems broken. In the past I'd sometimes figure it out just via my path.|
I've hacked a make based project's make file to get it to dump the PATH. Something is prepending the path to the system gcc:
The issue is probably with "Core Buid Toolchains". This thing has a list of available toolchains and sure enough has the system ones at the top. I can even add my own toolchain. There are up and down buttons, but the don't work. I cannot change the priorities. Maybe that's a bug. The buttons aren't greyed out they just don't work.
Other attempts to override this issue elsewhere also failed.
- I tried setting "Project | Linux Tools Path | prepend string to path".
- I tried setting PATH in ""C++ | Build | Settings | Environment".
- I tried hard-coding the path to gcc in "C++ | Build | Settings | Discovery | Command to get compiler specs". I ticked "allocate console", but never saw a console created. Bug?
This seems like a pretty standard exercise which I have done about every other year and there is documentation out there, but it's all for previous versions of CDT. Still I'm stuck. I'm pretty sure there's a bug, but maybe it's just tricky.
Can someone verify a bug or two here, or just point me to documentation on how to do it for CDT 9.4?
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