under 6.2.x the IDE was not so mature as it is now. I would try to set up
the project under Neutrino using the Makefile architecture provided by QNX
and then compile each project individually on the command line. Your problem
is strange. One thing I can imagine is that the linker doesn’t see any
object files to put into the executable and therefore leaves an empty file,
but it should still have all the ELF information in it, so that can’t be 0
bytes. Are you sure you have write permissions and everything?
“Raz BIRAMAH” <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
please need help!
I have a project on QNX 6.2.1B IDE installed on QNX neutrino 2.5 An C/C++
standar project. In this project there is 2 custom libraries. When we
build or rebuild the project, we can see the .o file created well but the
binary executable file is not well generated, the result give a file which
has 0 bytes. But the compilation don’t return an error…
what is wrong with our system? Please help