October 15, 2021 at 03:19 #31540
I’m working on a Raspberry PI and after cross compiling I can correctly debug my application on my Raspberry. Now I wanted to add a directory synchronize job after building my project. This fails with:
VisualGDB version: 184.108.40.20624
—————— System.Exception ——————
System.Exception: This target type does not support running QuickSync requests
at VisualGDB.Common_GUI.WPF.ItemizedProgressWindow.RunAction[_ResultType](ev2`1 action, String title, String caption, x7 exceptionHandler, Int32 noFormTimeout, String stages)
at ba2.q2[_Type](s2`1 a)
at yu1.f_2[_ResultType](ev2`1 a, String b, x7 c, String d)
at ib.r1(zw b, String c, String e, gi a, Boolean d)
at ib.v2(zw b, String a, String c, gi e, Boolean d)
at VisualGDB.Common_GUI.WPF.CustomActions.DirectoryTransferActionEditor.RunNow_Click(Object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
trace=[VisualGDB.Common_GUI.WPF.ItemizedProgressWindow.RunAction:167, yu1+e`1.d:0, ba2.q2:71, yu1.f_2:162, ib.r1:125, ib.v2:0, VisualGDB.Common_GUI.WPF.CustomActions.DirectoryTransferActionEditor.RunNow_Click:76]
When I transfer just single files in several steps it works correct (but may become complicated if the number of files in this directory grows). Is it true that I cannot sync directories on Windows<->Raspberry PI?
Thanks and best regards,
JohannesOctober 15, 2021 at 09:34 #31541
Most likely, you have picked up an incorrect remote machine in the “Transfer directory” action. Please double-check all the action settings.
If this doesn’t help, please make sure you can reproduce the problem on a project created from scratch, and then share the steps we can follow to reproduce it on our side. Please make sure you include the relevant screenshots, as otherwise we won’t know what exact settings you have changed.September 16, 2022 at 08:46 #33201
I never solved this problem but found another solution. Now I once again would like to use this function but still see the same problem. I’ve added a picture with my settings. Do I have to install something on my Raspberry PI to make this working?
Thanks and best regards,
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.September 16, 2022 at 08:51 #33203
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thanks for this quick answer. But I still don’t know whether syncing a directory between a windows machine and a Raspberry PI with an actual Linux should work right out of the box or whether something has to be installed on the Raspberry to make this work. Is this Quicksync based on a certain Linux packet etc.?
Thanks and best regards,
JohannesSeptember 16, 2022 at 09:04 #33205
There are no implicit requirements that would lead to this message. If you would like our help troubleshooting this, please do provide the requested information.September 16, 2022 at 12:42 #33206
I did some more tests and I found that this error only occurs if you click “Transfer files now” at the bottom of the screenshot I’ve added before. That’s where you configure this Custom Build Step. But the Build step works correct when it is automatically invoked during the build process. I think it should be easy for you to reproduce this when you also invoke it directly while configuring it.
JohannesSeptember 16, 2022 at 13:14 #33207
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