[Gambas-user] IDE Does Not execute App if a copy of the app is open on the computer from another source.
brian at westwoodsvcs.com
Wed Apr 20 16:42:17 CEST 2022
Perhaps I did not describe what is happening clearly
If I create an installable application on my pc using the IDE,
Create the install package for that application.
Now I take that Install package and install it onto my pc.
I start this application running in a bash terminal. I leave this application running in that terminal.
Now I start the IDE again, open the original project and decide to make some changes to the app and try to run it in the IDE
the IDE will not start the app when i hit go.. it hangs.
if it kill the instance of the app running in the bash window
now if i try to run the app in the IDE again it works fine and can be debugged.
I do not use the remote debug feature.
It appears that the IDE sees the app running in the bash session and tries to debug it
Even though I did not choose to debug a remote application.
This makes it impossible to actually use an app and develop it on the same pc.
It appears to be a problem with the IDE being confused.
"Failure is the key to success;
each mistake teaches us something" .. Morihei Ueshiba
----- On Apr 20, 2022, at 7:28 AM, Benoît Minisini g4mba5 at gmail.com wrote:
> Le 20/04/2022 à 15:18, Brian G a écrit :
>> I am confused by this.
>> I have a number of application I use, that run in background all the
>> time. Recently(or so I noticed today)
>> If those apps are running somewhere on the computer. and I am
>> developing/updating the same app in the IDE.
>> When I do a run in the ide, the app never starts, it will open the
>> terminal emulator, but never goes to the first line of the app code
>> If I stop the production(test set) copies of the app running in the
>> background on my computer and then
>> do a run again in the ide, the app runs fine from the ide...
>> Could the IDE be trying to connect to the apps on my system even when I
>> don't select run remotely?
> By default nothing special is done by the intepreter, so I guess that
> the behaviour you describe depends on the code you wrote.
> Benoît Minisini
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