Hi, On my Fedora 37 64-bit (Linux 6.3.8-100.fc3) I have two gnat installed, one for the host in /usr/bin and one for ARM targets in /opt/gnat/arm-elf/bin.
I removed /opt/gnat/bin from my PATH to avoid any complication. So now I have /usr/bon in my path, when I run which gnat, it does point to /usr/bin/gnat.
gnat -v gives me:
GNAT 12.3.1 20230508 (Red Hat 12.3.1-1)
When I run gprbuild on my project (either with the terminal or through Gnat studio) I get:
gprconfig: Can’t find a native tool chain for language ‘ada’ No compiler for language Ada
So I try to run gprconfig:
gprconfig has found the following compilers on your PATH. Only those matching the target and the selected compilers are displayed. 1. GCC-ASM for Asm in /usr/bin version 12.3.1 2. GCC-ASM for Asm2 in /usr/bin version 12.3.1 3. GCC-ASM for Asm_Cpp in /usr/bin version 12.3.1 4. LD for Bin_Img in /usr/bin version 2.38-27.fc37 5. GCC for C un /usr/bin version 12.3.1
alr toolchain gives me:
gprbuild 22.0.0 Available Detected at /usr/local/bin/gprbuild gnat_external 12.3.1 Available Detected at /usr/bin
Although Alire detects it (so it would probably work with it), I don’t want to use it, I don’t like it.
How can gprbuild see my gnat?
Thanks for your help!