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I can't view the full image of the assertion error. Can you send it as an attachment?
But I did get an assertion error and didn't know what it meant or how to deal with it.
I see the assertion error message now and I got the same.
I changed to release configuration and it compiled and ran but I did not get any output. Did you use the makefile?
Got the correct output. But how do you run the makefile??
I wasn't aware makefile can't be used with visual studio. Thanks.
I got correct output using cygwin/g++.
How do you get the same output using the Makefile and the cygwin command line inteface?
I"m assuming the Makefile is coded correctly.
I'm using the bash shell. When I type make on the command line it says
bash: command not found. The Makefile, memsim.cpp, memory.cpp, and memory.h are in the same (current) directory??
So the whole Devel node needs to be installed? This requires a lot of time and space.
Do you know specifically which particular devel packages need to be installed?
To answer your question, I'm learning about embedded systems and feel it is important to know the different strengths/weaknesses of each approach to solve a problem. I know you can appreciate from your background, it is important to have many different tools in your toolkit.
You said earlier that you got the Makefile to work in the tcsh shell.
Can you give me the commands on how to change from the bash shell to the tcsh shell. I'll try to run make then and see if I get the same results.
tcsh.exe, make.exe, and g++.exe are in c:/cygwin64/bin
double clicking tcsh.exe opens a terminal window.
typing in make returns a "command not found"
do I type
into the cygwin64 terminal window?
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