I'm having problems finding information on the codes for compile and build using Geany / GCC.
My compile command is: gcc -Wall -c "%f" `pkg-config --cflags gtk+-3.0 Compile is OK, although I really don't know what "%f" means
My build command is: gcc -Wall -o "f" "%e" `pkg-config --libs gtk+-3.0 Build fails with error: Process failed (Failed to change to directory '*' (No such file or directory) This begs the question of what "%e" is. Where is the directory called out in these lines? If the compile is ok, it found the correct directory. What is causing the build to fail for changing directory?
BTW: The file I'm trying to run is just a console app....Hello World
'GCC -g HelloWorld.c -o HelloWorld ' in terminal works fine I just can't seem to figure how to use the Compile and Build under 'Set Build Commands'
One other.....I type MAN GCC Response is: 'No manual entry for gcc'
Sorry for long question(s). I don't know how to search for answers of the "%e" and "%f" questions. The Geany manual doesn't show it. I can't find a manual for GCC