Where did the Executables go?

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m2asseli

Where did the Executables go?

Post by m2asseli » Mon Mar 07, 2005 8:01 pm

Hello,

I have just recently upgraded to Momentics 6.3. When I was using the
6.2 version, and I would build my project, several directories would
be created, namely Project/x86/o and Project/x86/o-g. I was able to
open the terminal window, and run the Project as follows:

cd /Project/x86/o
/Project

This would run the process under the terminal. The /o-g/ directory
would contain the debug info.

However, with version 6.3, when I compile the project, I no longer get
the Project/x86/o directory, but only the Project/x86/o-g one. I can
therefore not run my process through the terminal.

Can anyone help?
Thanks.

Matthew.

Chris Herborth

Re: Where did the Executables go?

Post by Chris Herborth » Mon Mar 07, 2005 8:48 pm

m2asseli wrote:
However, with version 6.3, when I compile the project, I no longer get
the Project/x86/o directory, but only the Project/x86/o-g one. I can
therefore not run my process through the terminal.

Can anyone help?
In the project properties, check to see if you're building a "Release"
binary as well as the "Debug" binary; "Release" binaries go in
Project/{CPU}/o, and "Debug" are in Project/{CPU}/o-g.

If I remember correctly, the 6.3.0 IDE User's Guide has incorrect
documentation for the Build Variants tab of the project Properties; this
is fixed in the 6.3.0 SP1 patch... you can read the updated
documentation online at www.qnx.com in the Developer's Corner.

Hope that helps!

--
Chris Herborth (cherborth@qnx.com)
Never send a monster to do the work of an evil scientist.

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