I have done a test using the blink example. I created a
source file named 'hola.c' and then I
created a source folder named 'hola' and added the 'hola.c' source file into it.
My code compile with no errors. Can you please hand me your code in order
to see what’s problem, can you also try the blink example and adding a simple
source file in order to see if there is something wrong with the software Intel
I will be waiting for your reply, have a nice day.
Hi Jose, Thanks for the reply.
From the screenshots one cannot see if the hola.c file was actually compiled. We need to see the Console window for that.
I installed plain vanilla Eclipse CDT (Neon) and compiled the problematic program
As you can see, both files w.c and myprint.c were compiled. I cannot repeat the behaviour in QMSI (which is a modifed version of Eclipse
I checked what you posted in your other thread (https://communities.intel.com/thread/107038 ). Actually, I tested it and got the same result so I understand what you mean. Unfortunately, what Michelle described is the way how QMSI currently works. We always appreciate the customer's feedback and yours is very useful. I'll forward it to the proper team so they can review it and consider it for future updates.
In the meantime, I recommend you to follow the suggestion provided by Michelle. Even though it's not how you would like to proceed, I understand this can be a little frustrating, but unfortunately this how Intel System Studio is working at the moment.
If there is anything else I can help you with, please ask. We'll try to do our best to help you.