xc3sprog build issue

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    greencar
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    I am a newbie on VisualGDB. I try to debug this project on VisualGDB. https://github.com/matrix-io/xc3sprog
    Here is my step.
    1. Create a MinGW/Cygwin Project
    2. Import a project -> import a CMake project
    3. select toolchain mingw64(gcc 9.1.0, gdb 8.3 download from sysgcc server)
    4. Directory with CMakeLists.txt, set the path from xc3sprog root path.

    After that, I build the project that will display as below.

    =====================message=====================
    — Could NOT find LIBFTDI (missing: LIBFTDI_LIBRARIES LIBFTDI_INCLUDE_DIR)
    — Could NOT find LIBFTD2XX (missing: LIBFTD2XX_INCLUDE_DIR)
    CMake Error: The following variables are used in this project, but they are set to NOTFOUND.
    Please set them or make sure they are set and tested correctly in the CMake files:
    ……
    ….
    ..Omitted here
    =====================message=====================

    How do I set the LIBFTDI_LIBRARIES, LIBFTDI_LIBRARIES and LIBFTD2XX_INCLUDE_DIR?
    I have already download some pacakges for libftd and D2xx driver, but still have no idea how to solve these problems.
    What should I do for this project?
    Thanks all.

    environment:
    VisualGDB Linux edition v5.5 r4
    Visual studio 2013
    win10

    #29965

    support
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    This looks like an issue with a specific project and not VisualGDB issue. Please note that our technical support only covers issues in VisualGDB itself.

    If you can get the project building outside VisualGDB, please renew your technical support here and we will help you configure VisualGDB to match the build results. If the project cannot be built manually either, simply opening it with VisualGDB won’t automatically solve the underlying issues.

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