|Re: Toolchains not showing (I think) [message #1790985 is a reply to message #1790895]
||Thu, 21 June 2018 04:39
Registered: October 2012
I did what he described.
In my system at least, Cross GCC is synonymous with normal GCC unless I change it.
There is a dialog during the project creation process that allows setting the prefix and location of the cross-compiler.
There is also an Advanced dialog that brings up Project --> Properties.
The steps, though, are somewhat different than what he described.
I had to do New --> Project --> C/C++ Project --> C++ Managed Build
There I could set the project name, select Empty Project and Cross GCC.
But Finish was still grayed out.
I had to select Next which brings up a Build Configurations dialog.
I then had to select Next to bring up a dialog to set the Cross Compile command stuff.
I didn't bother adding anything but just hit Finish.
This is what I got.
I think there may be something wrong with his installation
or it just isn't current
or he got the command for the cross compiler wrong.
In any case, the Project View folder shouldn't be empty. (see update below)
Assuming that's what he meant by "Nothing inside the folder with the name of the project. "
I still believe it's easier to create and modify an HelloWorld project than to try to configure some other.
I tried another project but this time gave it a bogus cross compile prefix and path.
I got a project folder that didn't have compiler builtins but it did have everything else.
It's possible that files beginning with "." are hidden by a Project View filter
Open Project Explorer view.
Select the menu (down arrow icon on the top right)
Select Filters and Customization --> Filters tab --> .* resources
If checked then files starting with "." are hidden.
Unchecked, they reappear.
[Updated on: Thu, 21 June 2018 07:15]
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