What is wrong with my installation?

What is wrong with my installation?

Post by Varuna Sen » Fri, 19 Jun 2009 15:31:41


You are right DJ when I use the batch file to open a command prompt
window everything works, even the rhide does not display that DJGPP is
not set.Thanks for the help.Now I am faced with another problem

1 How to get the rhide help system working?
When the Help menu is accessed a message is displayed " Can't open
the help file 'rhide'
2 The below program
#include <iostream>
#include <conio>
int main()
{
cout<<"Hello World" << endl;
return 0;
}

when executed the output "Hello World" just come and goes in a split
of a second.How do I make it stay.This is with when compiled and run
inside rhide.I used #include <conio> and getch() But rhide gives error
messages

lib: No such file or directory
conio:No such file or directory

What is wrong with my installation?


Kind Regards Varuna

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What is wrong with my installation?

Post by Rugxul » Sun, 21 Jun 2009 06:38:49

Hi,
I know this isn't much help, but most people don't use RHIDE, and
it's no longer developed and slightly buggy under modern Windows at
least. So I would suggest trying without RHIDE. If it works fine
without, then you've either setup RHIDE incorrectly or its a bug (that
won't be fixed). Sorry, try compiling inside GNU Emacs or JED or FED,
and see if that's better.

P.S. DJ, what's the holdup on GCC 4.4.0 being added to the Zip Picker?


On Jun 18, 1:31m, Varuna Seneviratna < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >

> When the Help menu is accessed a message is displayed " Can't open >> the help file 'rhide' >> 2 The below program >> #includ< > > #inclu<e > int main(>
> >
> <<ut<<"Hello Wor<<" << end>;
> return>0;> >
> }> >
> when executed the output "Hello World" just come and goes in a sp>it
> of a second.How do I make it stay.This is with when compiled and >un
> inside rhide.I used #inc<ude <>onio> and getch() But rhide gives er>or
> messa>es> >
> lib: No such file or direct>ry
> conio:No such file or direct>ry> >
> What is wrong with my installation?

 
 
 

What is wrong with my installation?

Post by DJ Delori » Sun, 21 Jun 2009 10:23:46


The zip picker picks up whatever's current in the FTP site. No 4.4.0
on ftp, no 4.4.0 on the zip picker.
 
 
 

What is wrong with my installation?

Post by Rugxul » Sun, 21 Jun 2009 15:03:46

Hi,



I guess it's for the best since Ada didn't build for Andris this time.
Also, he forgot the manifest (.mft) files. But still, it feels odd to
have people download a "less new" GCC, an outdated (and dead) RHIDE,
and "stable" (but old) DJGPP 2.03p2. :-/
 
 
 

What is wrong with my installation?

Post by Larry Zieg » Mon, 22 Jun 2009 01:46:04


They work for me. I still use Rhide quite a bit, I think it works
flawlessly right from DOS, for example if you have your embedded system, and
want to debug/fiddle right upon that.

The original poster I think knows by now they need a .h after each of their
#includes, i.e. iostream.h, conio.h


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