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When I try to compile with g++ it is not parsing the flags I pass


When I try to compile with g++ it is not parsing the flags I pass

By : Stephan Manahan
Date : November 21 2020, 11:01 PM
it fixes the issue The only thing I can suggest is that you're not using a simple text editor to create your makefile, and instead of standard ASCII spaces between the words in g++ -g -Wall you've used some kind of alternative Unicode whitespace character which appears as a space to you, but which is not recognized as a space to GNU make.
All makefiles should be encoded using UTF-8, and they should all use traditional ASCII characters (e.g., a space character is ASCII code 32).
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How can I pass command line flags with ARGV while specifying a specific order to the flags?

How can I pass command line flags with ARGV while specifying a specific order to the flags?


By : user2646642
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue Use the core Getopt::Long module and don't worry about parsing arguments yourself.
If you have multiple arguments, instead of doing whatever they say in the order they say, you just do something like the following pseudocode:
code :
if( option s is set ) {
  run setup stuff
}
if( option b is set ) {
  run backup stuff
}
Cannot pass flags to Makefile to compile my code

Cannot pass flags to Makefile to compile my code


By : user3092581
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps
Does anyone could help me with a reference or hint about my problem, and how could I tackle it?
code :
g++ stack_raster.cpp -o stack_raster
g++ -lgdal -lboost_system -lboost_filesystem stack_raster.cpp -o stack_raster
CXX = g++ 
LDLIBS = -lgdal -lboost_system -lboost_filesystem

all: clean stack_raster 

clean: 
    rm -f stack_raster 
How to pass multiple enum with flags values to a XAML value and still keeping compile time type checking

How to pass multiple enum with flags values to a XAML value and still keeping compile time type checking


By : TechieChickAnn
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. A partial answer exists here: WPF Multiple Enum Flags to Converter Parameter? where the proposed solution does loose the compile time type checking because it uses string values instead of real enum values. That could lead to error at runtime. , While
code :
<MultiDataTrigger.Conditions>
    <Condition ... Value="TimeDomain,FrequencyScan">
    </Condition>
</MultiDataTrigger.Conditions>
<MultiDataTrigger.Conditions>
    <Condition ...>
        <Condition.Value>
            <core:SimulationNatureType>TimeDomain,FrequencyScan</core:SimulationNatureType>
        </Condition.Value>
    </Condition>
</MultiDataTrigger.Conditions>
Not able to set compile flags in xcode 4.3.3 in build phase/compile sources

Not able to set compile flags in xcode 4.3.3 in build phase/compile sources


By : saturnus83
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue I got the same issue and it turns out that the popup shows up out of the XCode window, on the right side of it, pretty far away. You need to slide your XCode window to the left of your screen, hide it under the left corner of your screen, before double clicking on the file compile flags setting.
I have a Retina MBP too, I guess that's the reason. My XCode version is 4.4.1.
CMake: How to pass mode dependent compile flags to nvcc in visual studio environment

CMake: How to pass mode dependent compile flags to nvcc in visual studio environment


By : MHA
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. I encountered a same problem while compiling linking OpenMP for a CUDA program.
According to the latest CMake document for FindCUDA here, you should try these three variables: CUDA_NVCC_FLAGS, CUDA_NVCC_FLAGS_DEBUG and CUDA_NVCC_FLAGS_RELEASE.
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