First I want to say I am hugely impressed with c9, thank you for the hard work that went into this.
I created a simple c++ test project with a makefile that build a linux binary out of two source files.
LIBS=-lmgl -lGL -lpng
%: %.cc draw_util.o
g++ -std=c++11 < -o @ draw_util.o $(LIBS)
g++ -std=c++11 -c draw_util.cc $(LIBS)
gcc < -o @
I can run ‘make’ in bash to compile, or, I can compile via new build target I made that invokes make. However, debugging is not possible because the C++ runner is designed around a single cc file. Is there a C++ Runner designed for larger scale projects you can share?
It seems right now the C++ support is limited to a one-file project with no makefile. The “hello world” c++ sample project has an unused Makefile in it, so seems someone is working on this support.