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Re: /root/init.c no such file or directory and UTF8

From: Knox Long
Subject: Re: /root/init.c no such file or directory and UTF8
Date: Tue, 15 Jul 2008 14:22:17 -0400
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I have also seen the message about trying to find init.c, especially when debugging fortran programs,.  And yes, ddd still did work, but in my case it took a very long time to start up.  It helped to debug in the same directory with the source code. 
Knox Long

Peter Wainwright wrote:
On Mon, 2008-07-14 at 23:32 -0700, Zhongwen Tang wrote:
I'm new in ddd and Linux. My question may be naive. 

When I try to open a program in ddd, it says "/root/init.c no such
file or directory". Plus I get the following information in the

"UTF-8 char map detected. Switching off UTF-8 char map as ddd has
problem with it. Read README.SUSE for more information".

Anybody can help me to get it work? Thanks.



Neither of those messages is fatal, DDD should still work.  You do not
say what the problem is, in what sense it does not work.  A few ideas:
If you do not see your program source code, make sure you have compiled
with the "-g" option.  Also make sure you have not deleted or moved your
source files since you compiled the program.

Peter Wainwright

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