[ggl2-users] Re: 1.0M6 version and ggl command line

  • From: Victor Gonzalez <victor.gonzalez@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: ggl2-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2012 09:43:04 +0100

Hi Thomas,

I just downloaded the package from that link and the ggl script is there. I
unpackaged it on /tmp/ggl2.M6 and:

$ find /tmp/ggl2.M6 -name ggl -type f
/tmp/ggl2.M6/ggl

Can you try to download it again and check if the ggl script is there?
Regards,
Víctor.


2012/12/20 Thomas LEDUC <thomas.leduc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

> Dear GGL2 developers & users,
>
> According to
>
> http://gearscape.fergonco.es/html/ggl2/tutorials/executing_your_script.html#ggl-command-line
> I should be able to compile and execute a ggl script without eclipse
> IDE. Nice idea. Unfortunately, I if try:
>
> % cd <MyWorkSpace>/<MyGGL2ProjectFolder>
>
> % ~/prj/ggl2.M6/gglc
> Compilation OK.
>
> % ~/prj/ggl2.M6/ggl example
> bash: /home/tleduc/prj/ggl2.M6/ggl: No such file or directory
>
> % find /home/tleduc/prj/ggl2.M6 -name ggl -type f
>
> It seems as if there's no ggl tool in the ggl2-linux.gtk.x86.zip archive
> I've downloaded at
>     http://gearscape.fergonco.es/app/ggl2-linux.gtk.x86.zip
>
> Could you help me?
>
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