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RE: [cdt-dev] Build problem - no errors presented!

Hi Fedja,


Never mind, having your sample project I seem to find the problem. Your project contains both old-style make natures and builders as well as new ones.

I was able to create the similar project in case the new-style project is created in the directory containing the old-style make project (isn’t it your case by the way? J).


It seems that you bugs and have the same source.


I’ll fix this issue and we’ll see how things will go.

I’ll also investigate the problem with error messages.





From: Fedja Jeleskovic [mailto:mrawd2@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, March 16, 2007 7:46 PM
To: CDT General developers list.; Sennikovsky, Mikhail
Subject: Re: [cdt-dev] Build problem - no errors presented!


Hi Mikhail,

Thanks for checking into this one as well! Unfortunately, I always turn the auto build off, so that couldn't be the case.

Also, not the see where the errors are (little red triangles on the failed file(s) and parents folders is also a big problem that used to work pretty good!


On 3/16/07, Sennikovsky, Mikhail <mikhail.sennikovsky@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:



I guess I understand the root of the problem now. Could you check whether the Autobuild is enabled in your workspace ("Project"->"Build Automatically" menu selected)? I guess the "make all" build is an autobuild that somehow gets initiated as a result of the make target build. I'll investigate why this is happening and will fix the problem.


I guess that the (Make Target build fails to build subcomponents) has the same nature as the problem you report here.


Please try disabling the autobuild an let me know if this fixes the top level "make all" being invoked when invoking the custom target.






From: cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto: cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Fedja Jeleskovic
Sent: Friday, March 16, 2007 6:07 AM
To: cdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [cdt-dev] Build problem - no errors presented!


Hi there,

I was just trying the latest builds with hope that some of my problems might go away, but instead I found another show stopper from the latest build. This time I am using M5eh SDK build with CDT 0315 on x86 Linux OS running through the XMing emulation on MS Windows XP Pro.

When I have created a Make Targets (a typical pair of make all and make clean) and executed one that should run make only with no arguments, my build failed. It was a legitimate error, but there was no markings on any of the files under the C++ Project where you would usually see a RED triangle pointing to the problem file(s).

Then I realized that Console window doesn't show the latest error text but rather a different content:
make all
make: *** No rule to make target `all'.  Stop.

For some reason text that was showing the error got replaced with the above text which made things even worse. Now I had no way to know what exactly failed and where it was. On the top of that it was showing that it attempted to run "make all" command which I have never specified in my make target.

Am I doing something wrong here or this is just a bug?



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