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g++ compilation doesn't produce any resulting file #203

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mcmay opened this Issue Oct 22, 2014 · 6 comments

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mcmay commented Oct 22, 2014

Hi, my dear friends. I installed the package gcc-g++ on babun under Widnows 7, but when I tried to compile a .cpp file, the compilation seemed to end normally whereas there is no .exe file or any other file resulted. I tried a few other g++ packages, like mingw-gcc-g++, it still didn't work out.
Please help me out. Thank you very much indeed.
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ralphjzhang Jan 31, 2015

Same issue here, after installing gcc-g++, or clang, running g++ or clang++ gives nothing (normally it should say 'fatal error, no input'), and '127' shows on the right of the prompt, I guess that is the exit code?

ralphjzhang commented Jan 31, 2015

Same issue here, after installing gcc-g++, or clang, running g++ or clang++ gives nothing (normally it should say 'fatal error, no input'), and '127' shows on the right of the prompt, I guess that is the exit code?

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Please check #232. Works for me.

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v-yadli commented Feb 5, 2015

Please check #232. Works for me.

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Thank you for your participation in my thread. I've turned back to cygwin, which although does not work as agilely as babun, does do everything as promised.

mcmay commented Feb 19, 2015

Thank you for your participation in my thread. I've turned back to cygwin, which although does not work as agilely as babun, does do everything as promised.

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It's enough to do what Yatao mentioned -> #232

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tombujok commented Feb 19, 2015

It's enough to do what Yatao mentioned -> #232

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Fixed in 1.1.0.
Release status: #266

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tombujok commented Mar 30, 2015

Fixed in 1.1.0.
Release status: #266

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ar1a Mar 31, 2016

I'm still experiencing this
Aria@Aria ~/.vim$ clang
Aria@Aria ~/.vim$ clang --version 127 ↵
Aria@Aria ~/.vim$ babun --version 127 ↵
babun version 1.2.0
Created and maintained by Tom Bujok (@tombujok)
Copyright (c) 2014-2015.

mingw clang doing it too Aria@Aria ~$ x86_64-w64-mingw32-clang.exe
Aria@Aria ~$

EDIT: #232 (comment) fixed it. Still shouldn't have to do all of that though

ar1a commented Mar 31, 2016

I'm still experiencing this
Aria@Aria ~/.vim$ clang
Aria@Aria ~/.vim$ clang --version 127 ↵
Aria@Aria ~/.vim$ babun --version 127 ↵
babun version 1.2.0
Created and maintained by Tom Bujok (@tombujok)
Copyright (c) 2014-2015.

mingw clang doing it too Aria@Aria ~$ x86_64-w64-mingw32-clang.exe
Aria@Aria ~$

EDIT: #232 (comment) fixed it. Still shouldn't have to do all of that though

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