So, I've already rummaged through the forums to see what I could do to fix the problem, but nothing seems to work. Basically, I've created a single "test" c++ source file ( with extension .cpp), and I've made the makefile for it in the same directory. It all seems to work right when I use the make commands solely through the OS terminal to compile. However, when I try to build the program through Sublime Text 2, I get the following message:
make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop.
I don't know what to do. Can someone please help?
I've typed " which make" in the terminal to see where make is situated, and it appears to be in the appropriate directory, that is, /usr/bin/make . I've also tried messing with path environment variables to see if this issue could be resolved, but I don't even think that was necessary to begin with.
I really want this to work out for me before I decide to buy the program. Any help would be dearly appreciated, thank you.