while executing cmake command it gives me the following error
“Current working directory cannot be established.”
I have executed cmake command from the shell script.
rm -rf build && mkdir -p build && cd build &&
cmake -DCMAKE_TOOLCHAIN_FILE=…/toolchain.cmake … 2>> output_file.txt && make clean && make 2>> output_file.txt && cd …
Let me know if you need more information.
Instead of doing all that it’s simpler to just use cmake like this:
rm -rf build
cmake -S . -B build …
That way you can get rid of you mkdir/cd logic
Also you don’t have to invoke make directly.
you can just cmake to build
cmake --build build --config Release
Hi John Palmer,
Thanks for the support.
Below command works fine:
rm -rf build && cmake -DCMAKE_TOOLCHAIN_FILE=../toolchain.cmake -S . -B build && cmake --build build --config Release
Now how can I store error logs into one file? Can you please guide me?
Error logs? Which error logs are you looking for?
I am asking for capturing compile-time error logs in the file.
For example, if I use the “make” command to compile my code then the
"make 2>> output_file.txt" command will store error logs in the output_file.txt file.
So how we can do the same with cmake --build command.
Thanks in advance.
2>> is not specific to
make, you can use it with any command that outputs to stderr.
cmake --build build --config Release 2>> output_file.txt should be close to what you want.
I hope this helps.
Thank you for the better understanding and it’s working now.