BDEBUGGER does not launch

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May 29, 2008
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#1
I run BDEBUGGER (or IDE) <batch-file-name> in TCC (both under TCMD and detached) but it does not launch.
No error messages, no nothing.

Tried running in TCMD home directory (NOT in \Program Files\...) - no better.

What should I look for ?

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C:\AmltDev\DevPlat51-> IDE /?
Start the IDE / batch debugger.

IDE [/C file [...]]
File: The file(s) to edit
/C(reate file)
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TCC 10.00.61 Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
TCC Build 61 Windows XP Build 2600 Service Pack 3
 

rconn

Administrator
Staff member
May 14, 2008
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#2
>I run BDEBUGGER (or IDE) <batch-file-name> in TCC (both under TCMD and
>detached) but it does not launch.
> No error messages, no nothing.
>
> Tried running in TCMD home directory (NOT in \Program Files\...) - no
> better.
>
> What should I look for ?
First, make sure you have IDE.EXE in the TCMD installation directory.

If it's there, try running ".\ide.exe" from that directory to see if it
starts. If it doesn't, try temporarily renaming your TCMD.INI file to see
if that's causing a problem.

Rex Conn
JP Software
 
May 29, 2008
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#5
yes there is an ide.exe (If i remove or rename it I get Application not found).
When I run .\ide.exe it returns immediately.
When I issue command IDE it thinks a bit (searching path ?) then returns.

Tried in TCC under TCMD, TCC detached, CMD (?), within TCMD home dir, outside TCMD home dir / wit & without path to TCMD home dir ...
 

rconn

Administrator
Staff member
May 14, 2008
10,100
85
#6
yakir wrote:

> yes there is an ide.exe (If i remove or rename it I get Application not found).
> When I run .\ide.exe it returns immediately.
> When I issue command IDE it thinks a bit (searching path ?) then returns.
>
> Tried in TCC under TCMD, TCC detached, CMD (?), within TCMD home dir, outside TCMD home dir / wit & without path to TCMD home dir ...
The debugger will also load TCMD.INI, and attempt to execute TCSTART at
startup, so check that too.

Rex Conn
JP Software