re: Load and Save dialogs. Guys, I’m using Ubuntu, I discovered today that load and save dialogs dont appear when compiling with the Make / VSCode. After some debugging in ofSystemUtils.cpp, I discovered it’s due to compiler directive not being defined : OF_USING_GTK
vscode + oF is working great, thanks for all the effort @hrs
I’m trying it out again to test this plugin
now I can only run if I choose Release. Debug builds but doesn’t invoke built program.
And I have all addons listed on VSCode. it would be great to have listed only those in addons.make file
PS. Really do appreciate the effort put in by the community (esp @hrs) to get this working. I simply cannot go back to QT Creator, the debugging in VSCode is so superior! And ONE project acrowss Mac, Win, Linux due to the flexibility of VSCode project files.
Thanks for the contribution, I have been looking into this for implementing this on windows, and I was going down the msys2 route, but I have been having some trouble with this
I looked into the config and I saw that you went with the visual studio version of the make for the windows build rather than the msys2 make version.
Do you think that would be better rather than the complications of adding in msys2 or hmm? C:/Program Files (x86)/Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0/VC/include/*
im just trying the nightly builds of oF to use vscode on macOS.
I can say it starts fine & can make a vscode project. it asks for the c/c++ intelligence package & I have installed it but have not done anything else.
is there any other steps to getting set up? I have tried a simple f5 to run things after the package install, but it does say that there is not a debug application. so just asking for extra pointers in getting this to work
thanks again for all the work you have put into this
well… on that thing I tried, which was the Run Build Task - I can do f5 to some degree. it does do something bu does crash it seems. these are the screenshots of what happened once doing a run of things with f5
Thanks for sharing this!
I Can compile and Run / Debug any project in VS code for Ubuntu.
Though, to get intelisense working with everything inside addons, I’m needing to manually list paths to some subfolders inside the c_cpp_properties.json files.
I’m wondering if anyone knows a way to automate this process