The system cannot find the path specified. Did someone have a similar compilation error?. The system cannot find the path specified. I recompiled under the Release configuration and it seems to have worked apart from 6 errors. Migrating is a hard thing, please feel free to let me know if you have any other question.
Thank you for your understanding and support. I find you have ever asked the same question from link below and gotten the solution. Add custom build step after making build success. The problem seems to have been introduced by , however I don't understand why. If that's your exact issue and you fix it for every project you may run into further issues of that kind down the line.
If you struggle with this perhaps the easiest solution to simply change the path. The log file will be found in the same link. In case something else is wrong it's probably still related to your project path. You must install peer dependencies yourself. The language in Windows is always English. You must install peer dependencies yourself. I have already set the verbosity to diagnostic.
Thanks, Renjith V R Hi I am migrating my application from vc++6. And our workaround for the problem in was to basically version-lock node-gyp to 3. The recommended way to have all these is to install GnuWin32. Out of curiosity, why you are trying to make it work in this environment? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Otherwise, we cannot find what causes this issue. The file it's actually looking for is not mentioned in the debug output.
Click to participate the survey. And the solution is below. We have node-sass as a development dependency, and lzma-native as a production dependency. You can probably reproduce by cloning Etcher, checking out a commit before such fix, and running make electron-develop which is a Makefile target that we use to pass some node-gyp options to npm, run bower, etc. Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub, or mute the thread.
If so, what is this build step, and why do you think it is returning a non-zero value? Can you please help me through this And let me know you these errors occur in Microsoft. It says it could not find the path specified. The lzma-native build calls lib. Typically on the Qt installation folder. The system cannot find the path specified.
What's even more strange is that node-sass compiles just fine, and removing node-sass from the development dependencies causes lzma-native to start working again. It erroneously escapes the action command. You must install peer dependencies yourself. Hi dbabokin, yees, Im trying to build a project on my own, because I would like to compile a debug version with the object files of each module. The numbers in the parentheses indicate the line and column.
Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. And then I started experimenting with msbuild, the result is always the same, I installed a new system and again got the same result. If it can not work for you, please check you code again since you there exist many differences between vc++6. The custom build of it seems to have error. Hii Iam migrating my application from vc++ 0.