Compiling with CodeBlocks?, Is it my stupidness or a bug? ;)
Sep 22 2006, 08:28 AM
Joined: 22-September 06
Member No.: 428
I want to start programming GUI-programs. After a lot of searching I decided to try VCF although it currently doesn't seem to have a linux version available. I saw that this is being worked on, so it's not a showstopper. I just want something free being able to run on windows, linux and mac systems..
Most other available GUI-Toolkits looked very complicated to me.. Downloading and compiling dozens of different libraries seems a pain to me..
So I found VCF and thought: Wow! This looks great! But why the §$%$%& are no binarys available??? Ok, no problem, I'll compile them myself.. Codeblocks seems to be supported, even easily.. It says: "Open AllProjects Workspace and build the workspace".. Great! Thats easy! Thats what I thought...
I downloaded VCFSrcOnlyInstaller-0.9.0.exe, started it, disables everything that looked like VC and after short time it was installed.. Great! Changing to this directory, opening the vcfAllProjects.workspace, clicking "Build workspace" - and dozens of errormessages... All complaining about files not found...
..\..\..\src\vcf\FoundationKit\FoundationKit.h:82: vcf/FoundationKit/VCF.h: No such file or directory
49 others follow..
Ok, path not set? Nope, it was set..
Error in the build options? None obvious for me.. I tried adding the path to the include directory myself in case the environment variable might not be resolved but to no avail..
I tried the following path:
edit: J:\Programme\VCF-0.9.0\src\ also didn't work.. That's so frustrating...
I hope someone can give me a hint.. I guess it's rather my fault..
Code::Blocks version is 1.0 revision 2796
Operating system is w2k
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