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Re: I've somehow broken my build...
I had to update CLion because the debugger had started hanging on assert()s. The CLion upgrade gave me a “use settings from previous version”, but it doesn’t appear to be 100%. I found a couple of paths that were different so I’ve reset them, done a clean, and am starting a full build. (It also lost my inspection settings, but that’s
I’ve now done a clean and started a full build. Hopefully this will sort it….
> On 26 May 2019, at 21:41, Bernhard Stegmaier <stegmaier@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> The “sub-apps” shouldn’t have a Frameworks folder, but use the one from the “parent” Kicad.app (otherwise all the libs would be duplicated).
> Did you maybe issue a “make install” in your build folder?
> After that (I guess due to rewriting the paths, including all the dependencies, and all what happens while creating the bundle) the build folder is pretty borked.
> I tried to continue to use it for usual development, but it had weird errors.
> I usually just delete it after a “make install" and start from scratch.
>> On 26. May 2019, at 22:07, Jeff Young <jeff@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:jeff@xxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
>> I can no longer run pl_editor.
>> It pukes trying to open dlls in bin/Kicad.app/Contents/Applications/pl_editor.app/Contents/Frameworks/.
>> If I copy Frameworks/ from bin/Kicad.app/Contents/Frameworks/ then it works fine (but nukes it the next time I build).
>> The other apps don’t have a Frameworks/ in their directory, but they seem to work fine.
>> Any ideas?
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