No. This whole situation is a mess.
I have one system working but the other one shows this message and is running 9.3.2 which is supposed to be before the update which caused the problem. I was getting a different “invalid context” error before.
I have given up on ac6 closed source, poorly tested and unmaintained debugger and am moving over to using geany editor on linux.
It is possible to get all the arguments to build from command line by looking at the debugging console. I’ve blocked eclipse from updating in case it craps on me again.
I was never happy about relying on blindly installing “unsigned” prorietory software into eclipse. This have just motivated me to do something about ti.