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  • in reply to: Excluding folders when sync directories #28199

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    Keymaster

    We have tried reproducing the problem with the following directory structure:

    It did get uploaded as expected (STM32 got excluded):

    If you expect  different behavior, please let us know the exact full paths of files on the Windows machine that get uploaded despite being excluded and the full path of the solution file.

     

    in reply to: Linux relative and absolute path concat #28198

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    Hi,

    This behavior happens because VisualGDB builds the target path template before it expands all variables (i.e. it would be internally defined as $(BuildDir)/../build/app1 and $(BuildDir) will get expanded later).

    Normally, using the relative path syntax (“../build/app1”) should work. We have tested it with both GNU Make and Ninja and it worked as expected (the /mnt/hgfs/git/master/../build/app1 path does look awkward, but it should not cause any problems).

    If it doesn’t work due to some project-specific tools, we can add a variable syntax that will resolve the “..” in paths (i.e. you would need to use something like $(TargetPath.fullpath)). Would that work for you?

    Alternatively, please consider using the Advanced CMake Project Subsystem. It sets the $(TargetPath) variable based on the path reported by CMake, and that path is usually fully resolved.


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    Hi,

    Normally, VisualGDB would try to inherit the regular C/C++ colors, however depending on the VS version and other installed plugins, this may not always work perfectly. The easiest way would be to simply change the color from “default” to anything you prefer via the Tools->Options window.

    in reply to: Qt QML Support – Help #28193

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    Sorry, we do not have any plans to support QML on the VisualGDB side.

    We can help you configure QML for Raspberry Pi as a part of our consulting services. Please feel free to reach out to our sales if you would like to get a quote.

    in reply to: Qt QML Support – Help #28191

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    Hi,

    Sorry, QML (Qt Quick) is based on a completely different technology stack, compared to the regular Qt projects, and is hence not supported by VisualGDB.


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    Hi,

    VisualGDB indeed uses its own settings to control every aspect for formatting. You can find out a searchable list of settings on the following page: https://visualgdb.com/settings/. It is automatically updated when VisualGDB settings are changed. E.g. try searching for “auto-format” for a detailed list of settings that control when VisualGDB would format code.

    in reply to: Raspberry Pi 4 Model B #28188

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    Hi,

    Our regular Raspberry Pi toolchain is compatible with Raspberry Pi 4. That said, please make sure you are using a compatible SD card image (see this page for details).

    in reply to: Excluding folders when sync directories #28182

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    Thanks, the problem might be caused by incorrect encoding of some of the QuickSync settings.

    Please try this build: VisualGDB-5.5.5.3629.msi (you would need to re-enter the excluded subfolders via VisualGDB Project Properties).

    If it still doesn’t help, please attach the updated .vgdbsettings file.

     

    in reply to: Time stamp issues? #28181

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    No problem, we have updated VisualGDB to use UTC times for folders, similar to files: VisualGDB-5.5.5.3628.msi

    in reply to: Time stamp issues? #28175

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    Thanks for clarifying everything. We have pinpointed and fixed the problem in the following build: VisualGDB-5.5.5.3626.msi

    in reply to: Excluding folders when sync directories #28168

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    Hi,

    Unfortunately, it’s hard to suggest anything specific based on the description you provided. We could help you find the correct settings if you could let us know the following:

    1. The .vgdbsettings (or .vgdbcmake) file with the transfer settings.
    2. The exact path on the Windows machine where the file is located.
    3. The exact paths on the Windows machine of files that et transferred despite being excluded.
    in reply to: ESP32 Arduino Core error with included library #28167

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    Good to know it works. BTW, we have a detailed tutorial showing how to compare build command lines between VisualGDB and the Arduino IDE here: https://visualgdb.com/tutorials/arduino/diagnosing/

    in reply to: ESP32 Arduino Core error with included library #28160

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    Please make sure you install the latest VisualGDB 5.5 Preview 5.

    in reply to: ESP32 Arduino Core error with included library #28158

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    Thanks for confirming this. To narrow the problem further, please follow the steps below:

    1. Dump the build command line used by VisualGDB to a batch file as shown here. Make sure the build fails when running the batch file.
    2. Try modifying the batch file to use the arduino-builder.exe from the Arduino IDE directory instead of the VisualGDB’s one. Does it solve the problem?
    3. If not, please check the ESP32 Arduino core version used by the Arduino IDE and VisualGDB. If they are not the same, please try updating the core used by VisualGDB via Tools->VisualGDB->Manage VisualGDB Packages.
    in reply to: ESP32 Arduino Core error with included library #28155

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    Hi,

    Please try building the same project with the Arduino IDE. If the problem persists, the issue is with a specific library. If not, we can help you configure VisualGDB to match the behavior of the Arduino IDE.

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