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Automated Debugging - Workspace seems to be different than the one given.

Question asked by Kilian Timmler on Feb 8, 2011
Latest reply on Feb 8, 2011 by Kilian Timmler



Im trying to run a TCL script in the debugger using CW 10.1.8. The script starts but the Multicore Launch configuration cannot be found. There is also no Project visible in the CW Projects window.


I start eclipse in the following way:


cwide.exe -data D:\Documents and Settings\foo\workspace-1.8 -vmargsplus -Dcw.script="{D:\Documents and Settings\foo\workspace-1.8\AutoBuild\runTest.tcl}"


The TCL script looks as follows:


debug -name ADS_XYZ_2Cores
mc::group removeall
mc::group new MSC8156
mc::group enable 0.0
mc::group enable 0.1


The output in the IDE Debugger Window looks as follows:


CodeWarrior Debugger Shell v1.0
%>source {D:\Documents and Settings\foo\workspace-1.8\AutoBuild\runTest.tcl}
D:/Documents and Settings/foo/workspace-1.8/AutoBuild
cmdwin::eclipse::debug -name ADS_XYZ_2Cores
Error: no launch configurations exist



After starting the IDE the CodeWarrior Projects Window is empty. Normally I would expect the project to be debugged to exist in there. I can import the project into the Workspace and then the script does get further but the project starts with the wrong Build Configuration and so a Build is triggered interferring with the debugging.


I'm wondering now whether the workspace/configuration is different in some ways for the IDE when called from the command line. 


Also, if there would be a way to set the Build Configuration I would be glad.