Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 508427
default compiler path is set incorrectly
Last modified: 2009-07-01 16:54:42 EDT
Description of problem:
default compiler path is set incorrectly and defaults to /usr/lib64
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
To fix the problem manually:
Under "Settings" select "Compiler and debugger..."
Then scroll the list of the tabs by clicking the arrow to the right of Compiler settings, Linker settings, Search directories until you get to Toolchain executables.
Change the path to /usr/bin
Now "Hello World" builds and runs from the IDE
Couldn't /usr/bin be set correctly to start with?
Hm, it looks like #469096. I will take a look what could be different in F-11.
John, do you see this behaviour on fresh install of F-11 or on an update from earlier release? If it's an update, can you try
mv .codeblock .codeblocks.orig
in your home dir and try starting C::B again? Because on my fresh F-11 install with ccache installed, the path (/usr) is detected correctly.
My apologies. I just realized what happened.
I originally an rpm from the code::blocks site, but then later found that it was in the Fedora repos. I bet what happened is that my .codeblocks dir was created with the first rpm and not from the Fedora repo.