I do use Cubic IDE for OS4 programming. It works with the latest SDK.If none of the OS4.x programmers is using Cubic IDE, then I can't expect any help on how to set it up with the OS4.x SDK
All I can say is that you will not be able to setup Cubic with any C compiler or SDK unless you install the add-on ("envcpp50.lha").Cubic IDE (at least the version I have of it) will not install the C/C++ add-on
I see. The message in fact says: "For legal reasons, this C/C++ package does not include the equired AmigaOS4 SDK 51.22 (HYPERION Entertainment has not agreed to distribution of the SDK with this software). You can can not run this installation until you have manually copied the unpacked SDK 51.22 [153 MB] into the directory contributions/os4-sdk/."it spits out an error message that is long, so I can't remember it word-for-word.
So now we're getting somewhere! Apparently, SDK of the said version must be installed prior to installing the add-on. As this SDK is no longer available from the Hyperion website, try asking Steven Solie if he could provide SDK 51.22 for you (you just need it to fool Cubic, and you'll replace it with the latest SDK anyway). When you get the SDK:
- unpack the envcpp50 add-on
- unpack the SDK
- put the unpacked SDK into the "contributions/os4-sdk/" directory in the envcpp50 path
- then run the add-on installer