Toolchain: Visual Studio 2017 + fltk 1.3.5 (built as "Release", not "Debug")
If one uses 'fluid -c' in a Makefile on Windows to build a project's .fl file -> .cpp/.h, if fluid encounters a problem reading the .fl file (e.g. due to permissions), it just fails silently with a non-zero exit code. When used in the context of a Makefile, it's unclear what the problem is.
Access is denied.
C:\somepath>fluid -c noperm.fl
<-- no error message
fluid noperm.fl is executed, it properly shows an error dialog: "Can't read noperm.fl: Permission denied".
[ Direct Link to Message ]
You are receiving this because you are subscribed to this thread.
Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub, or unsubscribe.