User can't create a new MOOSE kernel using ICE
Created by: jayjaybillings
From K.N. Ramachandran: Hello all,
I have just started becoming familiar with Eclipse ICE and obtained a Linux binary build using the Python install script. I am currently following the instructions at https://wiki.eclipse.org/Developing_MOOSE_Applications_with_ICE and I am having some trouble here.
I am stuck at the "Adding a Kernel" section. I am facing the following issues and I feel I followed all the preceding instructions clearly.
I am able to Add the Kernel and I get the header and src files. But Eclipse is not able to find the "Kernel.h" and I get an "Unresolved inclusion" there as well as other places in the file.
Trying to execute the Make target for the Moose App only results in "Info: Nothing to build for testMoose" where testMoose is my app name.
When I check the Properties for testMoose, I notice an error message under the "C/C++ Build" section which says:
Toolchain "LLVM with GCC (Linux)" is not detected.
So is the LLVM toolchain necessary? I compiled libMesh using the standard Linux GCC toolchain and I had no issues there.
Any help would be greatly appreciated here.