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Is there an alias or PATH that we need to set for eosio-cpp to be accessible?

Here's what I'm seeing:

~/eos/contracts/youvote $ eosio-cpp --help eosio-cpp: command not found

I can access it via:

~/eos/contracts/youvote $ sudo /usr/local/eosio.cdt/bin/eosio-cpp --help [sudo] password for user: OVERVIEW: eosio-cpp (Eosio C++ -> WebAssembly compiler) USAGE: eosio-cpp [options] <input file> ...

But, it's dangerous to run sudo for this script. Should the executable eosio-cpp be placed in a different folder or called some other way without sudo?

Thanks -Gunnar

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  • I'm on Ubuntu 18.04 Sep 23 '18 at 14:49
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I needed to add read write permission to the eosio-cpp folder for non-sudo access.

$ sudo chmod 755 /usr/local/eosio.cdt/bin/eosio-cpp

and that solved it.

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According to this link, in order to make tools accessible anywhere, you have to run:

sudo ./install.sh
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    Thanks, kolkhi. I found out that I had to add read and execute permissions to the eosio-cpp folder using `$ sudo chmod 755 /usr/local/eosio.cdt/bin/eosio-cpp' Sep 24 '18 at 14:09
  • updated doc link developers.eos.io/eosio-home/docs Feb 6 '19 at 8:02

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