I've some typical problem in Atom Editor


#1

please elaborate this problem and fix it guys as soon as possible


#2

?>>> What are you attempting to do?


#3

Just compiling a simple C program to display a variable with a number(for testing)

but that ain’t the issue i’ve done a lot of coding in Atom , but for a month or so it’s generating this message while i’m compiling a c program


#4

Sorry to ask… is this a ATOM related issue.
To me it seems like a C compiler issue.

Sure, someone might be able to give some ideas, but you will have to give more information also. Like: OS / compiler name and version. Have you tried to install the compiler in a more simple (and shorter) directory, add it to your path and then test it with some code you compiled before?

Disclaimer… What I know of C and its compilers is are dangerous enough to start World War III.


#5

What package are you using to compile C? Do you actually have code files in AppData\Local\Temp\Code?


#6

I’m using gpp compiler package for compiling c and c++ @DamnedScholar


#7

Please tell me more about the environment. What’s the name of the file? What’s the directory that the file is in? What are your config settings for gpp-compiler?


#8

Name of the file is Code 1.c
and it’s stored in a folder called “Codolls” @DamnedScholar


#9

looks like the space in the file name is the problem. try removing it or replacing with an underscore.


#10

:ok_hand: { Nice little detail!! }

Encasing the name in quotes will also help.