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compiling issue at Win 7 [message #39509] Sun, 24 March 2013 21:14 Go to next message
amando1957 is currently offline  amando1957
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Hi together

I have got upp-win32-5485 and MinGW at Win 7 (32 bit) installed new.
Now I am always getting something like this, be it a sample or one of my own projects:

----- Core ( GCC DEBUG DEBUG_FULL BLITZ WIN32 ) (1 / 3)
BLITZ: Cpu.cpp Mt.cpp sheap.cpp String.cpp WString.cpp StrUtil.cpp Bom.cpp Path.cpp NetNode.cpp App.c
	pp Stream.cpp BlockStream.cpp Log.cpp Debug.cpp Ini.cpp Util.cpp mathutil.cpp Random.cpp LocalPro
	cess.cpp Vcont.cpp Hash.cpp Callback.cpp TimeDate.cpp Value.cpp ValueUtil.cpp Format.cpp Convert.
	cpp Color.cpp Gtypes.cpp t.cpp Lang.cpp LangInfo.cpp parser.cpp XML.cpp Xmlize.cpp JSON.cpp Uuid.
	cpp Ptr.cpp z.cpp Topic.cpp CoWork.cpp MD5.cpp SHA1.cpp InetUtil.cpp Socket.cpp Http.cpp Dli.cpp 
	Win32Util.cpp
OL_Set.cpp
heaputil.cpp
lheap.cpp
heap.cpp
heapdbg.cpp
CharSet.cpp

There were errors. (0:00.15)

At "setup / auto setup" I have checked the MinGW/bin.
I have tryed the "be verbose" but didnt result in enlightenment.
What can I do please?

Martin
Re: compiling issue at Win 7 [message #39510 is a reply to message #39509] Sun, 24 March 2013 21:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
amando1957 is currently offline  amando1957
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sorry folks for posting it twice.
did not find a delete-button.
Re: compiling issue at Win 7 [message #39511 is a reply to message #39510] Mon, 25 March 2013 01:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
nlneilson is currently offline  nlneilson
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If you are on Win7 you should try the M$ compiler.

When you install Upp the links are given to download and install.
It's free and works better on Win than MinGW.

I have a dual boot and a Virtual Machine for Ubuntu and the MinGW works fine there. The compiled apps usually works OK on Win or Linux but it is best to compile on the OS the apps will be run on.

Compiling on Win with MinGW is not a high priority nor should it be.
Re: compiling issue at Win 7 [message #39518 is a reply to message #39509] Mon, 25 March 2013 12:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
deep is currently offline  deep
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Hi

Quote:

At "setup / auto setup" I have checked the MinGW/bin.


Instead of MinGW/bin

Select MinGW and see if it works.

I use MinGW for my progs. I use M$ compiler when application depends on externals which has dependency on M$.


Warm Regards

Deepak
Re: compiling issue at Win 7 [message #39527 is a reply to message #39518] Tue, 26 March 2013 10:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
amando1957 is currently offline  amando1957
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@Deepak: TheIDE has changed my pathes at "setup/build methods" to "bin/include" or "bin/bin"
and this cannot work of course.
I have tried all versions of pathes now.
Now it is doing more, but I get "error invoking gdb!".
The MinGW-path at "auto setup" is always being removed by TheIDE.

@neil: I prefer the MinGW as it is free software. But I can believe it is all more simple with the MSC, the debugger of MSC is much better at least. In case I cannot fix this, I will take the MSC anyway.

Maybe the MinGW64 bit is the reason, as I have Win 7 32 bit.

Thanks you two
kind greets
Martin
PS: the computer is quite new, and I dont have internet yet to download the MSC. In the cafe I only got the SW for online installation I can use as soon I am online only.
Re: compiling issue at Win 7 [message #39530 is a reply to message #39527] Tue, 26 March 2013 11:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
deep is currently offline  deep
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Hi,

My MinGW.bm file

BUILDER = "GCC";
COMPILER = "";
DEBUG_INFO = "2";
DEBUG_BLITZ = "1";
DEBUG_LINKMODE = "0";
DEBUG_OPTIONS = "-O0 -gstabs -Wall";
DEBUG_FLAGS = "";
DEBUG_LINK = "";
RELEASE_BLITZ = "1";
RELEASE_LINKMODE = "0";
RELEASE_OPTIONS = "-O3 -ffunction-sections";
RELEASE_SIZE_OPTIONS = "-Os -finline-limit=20 -ffunction-sections";
RELEASE_FLAGS = "";
RELEASE_LINK = "";
DEBUGGER = "gdb";
PATH = "C:\\DevTools\\MinGW32\\bin";
INCLUDE = "C:\\DevTools\\MinGW32\\include";
LIB = "C:\\DevTools\\MinGW32\\lib";
LINKMODE_LOCK = "0";


Check your MinGW.bm file PATH,INCLUDE,LIB to your installation paths.

In my case it is working well.

Once I tried with MinGW64 but it was not working. I reverted back to MinGW32. My system is WIN 7 - 64 bit.

Will try again with MinGW64 some time in future.

Quote:

Maybe the MinGW64 bit is the reason, as I have Win 7 32 bit.

Most likely this will be the reason. Check with MinGW32.


Warm Regards

Deepak

[Updated on: Tue, 26 March 2013 12:35]

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Re: compiling issue at Win 7 [message #39544 is a reply to message #39530] Wed, 27 March 2013 12:44 Go to previous message
amando1957 is currently offline  amando1957
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Hi Deepak

Didnt find the MinGW.bm but copied yours for future use.

You were totally right: instead of Dev-C++ (MinGW 64) i have changed the pathes now to my Code::Blocks (has 32) and:
is running well Wink, samples and also of my own.

Thanks a lot for your effort and happy coding...
martin
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