I’m new to OpenAT. I’ve just loaded up the latest realease of OpenAt and dutifully gone through the tutorial to be confronted with the failed remote build compilation message
"c:\OpenAT\Projects\ExTests\LoadIde.bat -p wmmake -RTE
Loading Open AT IDE…
/cygdrive/c/OpenAT/IDE/IDE/1.07.01/LoadIde.sh: line 94: cmd: command not found
/cygdrive/c/OpenAT/IDE/IDE/1.07.01/LoadIde.sh: line 170: rm: command not found
Unable to load Open AT IDE
Cygwin version mismatch detected.
Please update the Cygwin configuration in the Open AT IDE Settings,
in order to use the version installed on your system rather than the Open AT IDE Embedded one."
Now I know that somewhere there is something I can change to get OpenAt working and instead of just getting on with my job, I’ll waste ages repairing an in-built, predictable failing (there’s lots of posts about this - so it’s predictable and there’s no installation notes I can find, in the documentation). The real problem is I already have an earlier version of cygwin which is used by another tool. And that tool will stop working when I fix the OpenAT issue. I know this, because I’ve been down this path before a long time ago - it was hell on wheels.
I’m just wondering, while I’m wading through the 100 or so posts in this forum, if anyone knows of any good links to articles or sites that tell you how to install or configure windows/cygwin in a way that avoids these kinds of conflicts?
Ta very much,