Cubic IDE users: makemake tool updated

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Cubic IDE users: makemake tool updated
If you use Cubic IDE to automatically generate a GNU makefile for you, you may have noticed that the "clean" target won't work. It is because the original makemake tool distributed with Cubic adds an extra backslash to the object directory - as a result, the object files to be cleaned are not found. You have to edit the makefile manually, then. I have fixed this, recompiled makemake for OS4, and also got rid of a number of compiler warnings. The new version of the tool can be found on OS4depot. To install, unpack the archive to the devkits:tools directory and replace the previously installed files.
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Great news. You have access
Great news. You have access to the CubicIDE sources? Also, it would be great if you could make a guide of how to configure the CubicIDE to work with the latest SDK without having to reinstall it or make changes to the installation CD. Is it possible?
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Quote:You have access to the
You have access to the CubicIDE sources?
No. But makemake came with the source code (it's part of the Cubic installation).
Also, it would be great if you could make a guide of how to configure the CubicIDE to work with the latest SDK
I produced this article some time ago. If you think it's good enough, I can post it here as a blog entry.
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If you think it's good
If you think it's good enough, I can post it here as a blog entry.
That would be great. I hope it works with the latest version of CubicIDE too. Are those steps helpful for the users that have the SDK already installed and want later to install the CubicIDE and make them work together?
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I hope it works with the
I hope it works with the latest version of CubicIDE too.
Yes, I run the latest version of Cubic.
Are those steps helpful for the users that have the SDK already installed and want later to install the CubicIDE and make them work together?
The tutorial currently asks you to put the SDK in Cubic's drawer because the IDE normally stores all SDKs in "devkits:sdk". I'll need to change this: there are now other IDEs such as CodeBench so it makes good sense to use one centrally-located SDK instead of placing it somewhere inside the Cubic installation. I'll probably wait for the new SDK (due to be released after Update 3) and then I'll make a new, hopefully more universal tutorial.
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I'll probably wait for the
I'll probably wait for the new SDK (due to be released after Update 3) and then I'll make a new, hopefully more universal tutorial.
Please, do not wait until then. A small tutorial might interest a lot of people that would like to use CubicIDE with the already installed SDK, including me.
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