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Re: [photran] Eclipse debugger and stdout

When you run the program from the command line, do you see any output? If you're not seeing any on the command line, then you won't see any output
in Eclipse since it's just displaying the same thing.

I'm not familiar with MinGW, but I assume it provides gdb as well as gcc. You could try debugging from the command line ("gdb executable") and see if you
get any output that way. Eclipse is just doing that behind the scenes.

The CDT forum might a better place to ask this question, since you're actually using the CDT debugger, and they are probably more familiar with MinGW (though not Fortran).

Regards,
Greg

On Feb 14, 2017, at 7:13 PM, Cervinka, Mitch <mitch.cervinka@xxxxxxx> wrote:

P.S. â I am not seeing anything in the console window that I am expecting from the WRITE(6,*) statements.
 
 
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Subject: Re: [photran] Eclipse debugger and stdout
 
As far as I know it should be visible in the console view. Do you see the output when you run the program normally?
 
Greg
 
On Feb 14, 2017, at 3:40 PM, Cervinka, Mitch <mitch.cervinka@xxxxxxx> wrote:
 
Is there a way to view what is written to UNIT=6 (aka stdout) in the Eclipse Debugger?
I am using MinGW and Gnu Fortran on Windows 10 with Mars version of Eclipse.
 
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