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Old 17 September 2018, 22:20   #21
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Good! Now I can use the debugger! Even with codeblocks. This GCC version has a minor problem with paths (my default project path have spaces and letter Ñ so perhaps is that the problem) but I can solve it creating the project in another folder.

Im going to try it harder.

Thanks so much!!!
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Old 18 September 2018, 11:35   #22
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more generally great work creating a cross compiler suite which doesn't require this crap cygwin.
You wouldn't need the crap cygwin if you didn't use a crap OS
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Old 18 September 2018, 16:09   #23
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Good! Now I can use the debugger! Even with codeblocks. This GCC version has a minor problem with paths (my default project path have spaces and letter Ñ so perhaps is that the problem) but I can solve it creating the project in another folder.

Im going to try it harder.

Thanks so much!!!
Updated it.
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m68k-amigaos-gcc hello.c -I "d:\temp\x Ñ\include"
is working now
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Old 19 September 2018, 22:36   #24
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Hi Bebbo!
Can you try to create a directory named for example "test ñ", create a project there and compile? I can´t!
It´s not really a problem cos I can create a dir with another name. The only problem is that the path to my desktop have "space and ñ" in its name hehehehe
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Hi Bebbo!
Can you try to create a directory named for example "test ñ", create a project there and compile? I can´t!
It´s not really a problem cos I can create a dir with another name. The only problem is that the path to my desktop have "space and ñ" in its name hehehehe
Yes I can - no problem - using cmd.exe:
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d:\temp\x Ñ\Ña Ñi Ñu ÑoÑoÑo\test ñ>m68k-amigaos-gcc hello.c  -I ..
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Old 20 September 2018, 08:36   #26
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Don't worry Bebbo. I was trying with CodeBlocks and perhaps is its fault.

I will try with other ide cos codeblocks doesnt handle very well the debugger part.

any ide suggestion mates?
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