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reply Dalin Sade <deon108 live.com> writes:
Everytime I try to configure Descent (or Eclipse) to compile programs with
"rebuild", I always get an error message that pops up when I try to compile. 
"Variable ${project_loc} references empty selection", same with
${resource_loc}.  Help?
May 11 2009
parent reply Jacob Carlborg <doob me.com> writes:
Dalin Sade wrote:
 Everytime I try to configure Descent (or Eclipse) to compile programs with
"rebuild", I always get an error message that pops up when I try to compile. 
"Variable ${project_loc} references empty selection", same with
${resource_loc}.  Help?

Follow this guide: http://www.dsource.org/projects/descent/wiki/CompilingPrograms Then open the file you want to compile and make sure it's the "active" on, you probably have to make sure that the editor view is selected and not the project view. Run -> External Tools -> Rebuild.
May 11 2009
parent Dalin Sade <deon108 live.com> writes:
Jacob Carlborg Wrote:

 Dalin Sade wrote:
 Everytime I try to configure Descent (or Eclipse) to compile programs with
"rebuild", I always get an error message that pops up when I try to compile. 
"Variable ${project_loc} references empty selection", same with
${resource_loc}.  Help?

Follow this guide: http://www.dsource.org/projects/descent/wiki/CompilingPrograms Then open the file you want to compile and make sure it's the "active" on, you probably have to make sure that the editor view is selected and not the project view. Run -> External Tools -> Rebuild.

Instead of the previous errors, I now get: 'rebuild_choosedc' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. Profile 'default' does not exist. You may generate it by running rebuild_choosedc.exe Help?
May 11 2009