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When I type cmake .. in the VM, it does not detect the layout files that I have made. I originally had them in the controller/kll/layouts directory, then I tried moving them to the .controller/build directory and I had the same results. I made sure that I put the .kll extension on the files. I didn't create the files from scratch, I just edited a copy of one of the .kll files in the layouts directory. Any suggestions?
I think it is supposed to be ../
Sometimes cmake likes to think nothing has changed. Whenever you change the lines in the CMakeLists.txt you may need to regenerate the cmake cache.
The easiest way to do this (first make sure you backup your new .kll files!) is to delete all the files in the build directory. Then run cmake ..
rm -r *
In the cmake log it should indicate all the files that you entered. If it doesn't show up, that means it was not compiled in.
Another method (this is pretty cool, never new you could do this).
Then move your cursor to the variable you want to edit.
Change the line to what you want
Type make and you should have your new image. Or if you run cmake .. you should see that your files have changed.
For PartialMaps each layer is separated by semicolons (;) and combinations are separated by spaces.
That does not change anything. Still doesn't recognize my KLL's. Off to go try hataa's suggestions.
That looks like a syntax error in your new .kll file.
The error message is even a bit useful. Line 20, look U"Ctrl" : U"Function1"
You forgot a semicolon :P