I do the following, per the Alire Quickstart instructions:
alr init --bin my_proj
Next I try to edit it:
The most recent gnatstudio is in my path, so the editor pops up in the crate. Trouble is, it doesn’t seem to understand the project file at all. (Screenshot below.) To wit:
src has a source file in it, but the icon isn’t expandable.
- While there are “build” and “run” buttons, they doesn’t actually build and run the program; rather, they seem good only for generating Uncaught Exceptions; see output below.
- This is not a problem with pre-existing alire crates; it’s only a problem for anything I try to generate now.
Weirdly, this was working earlier today, which makes me think I broke something at some point. Does anyone have any suggestions for figuring out how to fix it?
Uncaught exception in workflows:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/path/to/opt/gnatstudio/share/gnatstudio/support/ui/workflow_buttons.py", line 133, in build_main
r0 = yield builder.wait_on_execute(main_name)
File "/path/to/opt/gnatstudio/share/gnatstudio/support/ui/workflows/promises.py", line 1108, in wait_on_execute
File "/path/to/opt/gnatstudio/share/gnatstudio/support/core/extensions/__init__.py", line 380, in execute
GPS.Unexpected_Exception: unexpected internal exception raised CONSTRAINT_ERROR : gnatcoll-projects.adb:5729 index check failed
0x7f1c6cc179c1 gnatcoll__projects__compute_scenario_variables__register_untyped_var.1798.constprop.0 at ???
0x7f1c6cc17d06 gnatcoll__projects__compute_scenario_variables__register_var.1778 at ???
0x7f1c6cc238c7 gnatcoll__projects__for_each_external_variable_declaration at ???
0x7f1c6cc26235 gnatcoll__projects__compute_scenario_variables at ???
0x7f1c6cc271aa gnatcoll__projects__scenario_variables__3.part.0 at ???
0x7f1c6cc27319 gnatcoll__projects__scenario_variables at ???
…and after that, a bunch more hexadecimal numbers and suchnot.
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