compiler doesn't seem to recover from "ENETDOWN".
compiler doesn't seem to recover from "ENETDOEN".
stale cache problem found, it's my problem. but, leftover temp files from the compiler are not being deleted. %temp%\K*.tmp %temp%\cc*.tmp %temp%\nso*.tmp %temp%\nsr*.tmp %temp%\ose*.exe if these are accurate.
I see temp files used to get stored in %temp% and stuck around after compile time. wonder if they still do: yup cckAvJZS.s ccMl2fz8.o if I knew how to clean them out, I would update my batch files to do so. what are the file patterns I need to use?
regression: source code held old with stale cache
it says Thread model:win32. so I suppose that means native only? even #include <thread> should not clash std::thread with an object named thread. that was my point.
it says Thread model:win32. so I suppose that means native only? or?
it says Thread model:win32.