[Geany-Users] running cmd from build
elextr at xxxxx
Wed May 23 02:44:30 UTC 2018
Lets go back to absolute basics, which file are you editing with
Geany? the pythonbuild.py file or the .ino file? Is the pythonbuild.py
file a tool you are trying to run that processes the .ino file?
On 23 May 2018 at 12:01, Joe McCarron via Users <users at lists.geany.org> wrote:
> On Tuesday, May 22, 2018, 9:34:41 PM EDT, Lex Trotman <elextr at gmail.com>
> pythonbuild.py is in /home/joe
> What directory is 'pythonbuild.py' located in and what was the working
> directory when you ran the CLI command?
> has always been in /home/joe I am running the CLI from there also
> the working directory is dev/Arduino/sample/sample.ino which is relative
> to my ~ location. The abs path of the working directory would be
> If your command is 'python pythonbuild.py
> dev/Arduino/sample/sample.ino' then it must be executed in the
> directory that contains 'pythonbuild.py' since the path is given
> relative to the working directory (and so is
> 'dev/Arduino/sample/sample.ino' but we havn't gotten to it yet :).
> yes, that is true
> Geany commands (by default) run with a working directory that is the
> directory of the current file displayed in the edit area, you can
> change this in the "working directory" column of the "set build
> commands" dialog to make it a fixed location such as the directory
> where 'pythonbuild.py' lives.
> so your saying move pythonbuild to my working directory, correct ?
> Ok, I will try that. So maybe the problem is the there is no way for the
> directory to get to reference the up stream directory ? as in its ok to
> drill down but
> not up ?? I will try try moving the *.py file to the working directory.
> Yes, so the working directory is just use %d%f so the whole thing in Geany
> python home/joe/pythonbuild.py %d/%f
> but I get Invalid working directory
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