|Unable to Remote Make [message #1281237]
||Mon, 31 March 2014 15:15
| Ben Dzikowicz
Registered: March 2014
I've been using Eclipse for about an year, but this is my first time posting. Hopefully I put this in the right location.|
I am using RSE to work on code remotely under Ubuntu 13.10 (on both machines) and connecting via DStore. I want to generate makefiles automatically and then run both the CDT and Scanner Configuration Builders so that I can more easily track my errors, like I do when working locally. Right now I am just testing this on a "Hello World" program.
When I go to build the project, the make files are generated correctly, but I get a "*** No rule to make target `all'." error. The make files (with the "all" target) are there and I can ssh over to the remote machine and build the project using "make all" and it makes correctly.
The problem is that when I do it this way, the errors are not marked in the editor and I have to keep switching from Eclipse to my remote terminal. That kind of nullifies the advantage of using Eclipse in the first place.
Note that I can turn off "Generate Makeiles Automatically", enter the correct remote path for the files and it will make properly, but I'd rather generate them automatically if possible.
Either way, I can't seem to set up the "Run Configurations" to properly run the executable (I get NullPointer exceptions when I try and save them, possible bug?), but I've been working around that by opening a ssh terminal and running it from there.
If anyone can help me out I'd really appreciate it.
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