[vtkusers] Best way to add a print in a distribution file ?

kenichiro yoshimi rccm.kyoshimi at gmail.com
Tue May 9 00:43:36 EDT 2017


I have a concern about your building work completed because of the
wrong description std::end (std::endl is correct). Or there is a
possibility that std::cout doesn't work due to buffering. You may
manually flush it yourself.

 std::cout << "A print" << std::endl << std::flush;
 std::cout << "A print" << std::endl;


2017-05-08 17:15 GMT+09:00 foufara via vtkusers <vtkusers at vtk.org>:
> Hi here is a quick question most of you can answer to.
> I want to add some prints in the distribution files to check some variables.
> I know I should use a debugger but I can't spend time learning how to use it
> right now…
> I tried adding prints like
>   std::cout << "A print" << std::end;
> in files and then calling make (my distribution is already built) to build
> the files I modified.
> But then when I run an example calling the modified functions, the print do
> not appear on my console (linux).
> What is wrong ?Do I have to compile the whole distribution each time (way
> too long)
> What is the right way to add these prints ?
> Thank you !
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