> Doesn't seem ideal, but I tried it. I got past that part, and now on to > something I have seen before: > [ 68%] Linking CXX executable enterprise > arm-none-linux-gnueabi-g++: CMakeFiles/enterprise.dir/..o: No such file or > directory > What does that mean?
That you probably have something fishy in your list of source files or so, like "..c" or something like that. Eike
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