#47 path variables

Version 1.x
closed-fixed
None
5
2014-09-10
2014-03-26
erikS
No

I hope here is the right place to response to you lines. Because I find it not anyway I copy your answer.

>>Other Options -> -s -scriptfile C:/Scripts/myJLinkScript

if the script is located in the project, you can specify it with a relative name.

if the script is located outside Eclipse, define a substitution variable to the path and >>specify the relative name to it.

these aspects are very important if you set the debug configuration to be stored in the >>project, and you want to share the project with someone else.

OK, but if I try to use a path variable in Other Options like this:

-s -scriptfile ${jlink_path}/myJLinkScript

this will fail and I get a error message in the console later

Connecting to target...ERROR: Could not open script file [${jlink_path}/myJLinkScript]

I guess the variable will not supplemented in this line and send 1:1 to the jlinkGDBServer.

Related

Bugs: #99

Discussion

  • I hope here is the right place to response to you lines.

    since this is a bug report, a better place would be the Bugs tracker.

    I entered the bug there (#99) and will fix it soon.

     
    • fixed, please try the version from updates-test and let me know if it worked for you.

       
  • erikS
    erikS
    2014-03-27

    after installing the the version from the test directory I can no more debug at all.
    I get a error message. I have deinstalled the plug-in and installed the old but it is the same problem. I hope there is no other reason, but mabye you have an idea.

     
  • erikS
    erikS
    2014-03-27

    Now it is working. After reinstall Eclipse and using the version from today it is working.
    Many thanks for your work.

     
    • status: open --> closed-fixed
    • assigned_to: Liviu Ionescu (ilg)