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From Andre Fischer ...@a-w-f.de>
Subject Re: Building AAO from source...
Date Wed, 23 May 2012 16:31:26 GMT
On 23.05.2012 18:02, Nelson Marques wrote:
> :618
> <code>
> .INCLUDE :  $(posix_PWD)/$(OUT)/inc/myworld.mk
> <code>
>
> Looks fine to me... that's why I said it is most likely a string
> replacement or var somewhere which is being twisted around by
> something I couldn't identify yet.

That is really strange.  This line is interpreted directly by dmake.
I know of no replacement that could get in the way.

Can you cd into main/solenv/ and do a
    dmake -v
there and paste the output?

>
> Whatever it is, it's messing with parent directory and file name
> itself... The code   is:
>
>
> # --- generate output tree -----------------------------------------
>
> # disable for makefiles wrapping a gnumake module
> .IF "$(TARGET)"!="prj"rm
> # As this is not part of the initial startup makefile we define an infered
> # target instead of using $(OUT)/inc/myworld.mk as target name.
> # (See iz62795)
> $(posix_PWD)/$(OUT)/inc/%world.mk :
>          @$(MKOUT) $(ROUT)
>          @echo $(EMQ)#>  $@
>
> .INCLUDE :  $(posix_PWD)/$(OUT)/inc/myworld.mk
>
> .IF "$(common_build)"!=""
> $(posix_PWD)/$(LOCAL_COMMON_OUT)/inc/%world.mk :
>          @$(MKOUT) $(subst,$(OUTPATH),$(COMMON_OUTDIR) $(ROUT))
>          @echo $(EMQ)#>  $@
>
> .INCLUDE : $(posix_PWD)/$(LOCAL_COMMON_OUT)/inc/myworld.mk
> .ENDIF                  # "$(common_build)"!=""
> .ENDIF          # "$(TARGET)"!="prj"
>
> .INCLUDE .IGNORE : office.mk
>
>
>
>
>
> 2012/5/23 Andre Fischer<af@a-w-f.de>:
>> Someone said my name?  I don't know if I can help, but I will try.
>>
>>
>> On 23.05.2012 17:33, Kay Schenk wrote:
>>>
>>> Nelson--
>>>
>>> I don't know if I can help much with this, but the most recent install
>>> guide is at:
>>>
>>> http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation/Building_Guide_AOO
>>>
>>> and I do recall at first this very solenv was causing issues though I
>>> don't recall what the solution was.
>>>
>>> Buildbot info is at:
>>>
>>> http://ci.apache.org/buildslaves/bb-vm2_ubuntu_32bit
>>>
>>> I think Andre Fisher did a lot of work on this and the Linux guide
>>> linked on this page...if you need more help.
>>>
>>> On 05/20/2012 10:11 AM, Nelson Marques wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> I've setup a small environment to test some building of AAO, but I'm
>>>> somehow stuck and I'm not really sure why I'm having a weird behavior.
>>>>
>>>> I'm not really sure what is causing this, but the path translation is
>>>> all twisted, ex:
>>>> /home/nmarques/aoo/aoo-3.4.0/main/solenv/unxlngxpro/incnc/mywlrld.mk
>>>>
>>>> I assume this would be something like:
>>>> /home/nmarques/aoo/aoo-3.4.0/main/solenv/unxlngxpro/inc/myworld.mk
>>>>
>>>> Which means something is very wrong... full output bellow... My
>>>> configure options are:
>>>>
>>>> ./configure --prefix=/opt/my-aoo \
>>>> --with-system-libs \
>>>> --with-mingwin=/usr/bin/i686-pc-mingw32-c++ \
>>>> --with-vendor="SOME-TEST" \
>>>> --enable-gstreamer \
>>>> --enable-cairo \
>>>> --enable-opengl \
>>>> --enable-dbus \
>>>> --enable-category-b \
>>>> --enable-bundled-dictionaries
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> [nmarques@odin instsetoo_native]# build --all
>>>> build -- version: 275224
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> =============
>>>> Building module solenv
>>>> =============
>>>>
>>>> Entering /home/nmarques/aoo/aoo-3.4.0/main/solenv
>>>>
>>>> dmake: /home/nmarques/aoo/aoo-3.4.0/main/solenv/inc/settings.mk:
>>>> line 618: Error: -- Include file
>>
>>
>> Nelson, can you show us this line 618 in settings.mk?
>> Does it say .../inc/... or .../incnc/... ?  If the later, does fixing this
>> line fix the build problem?
>>
>> -Andre
>>
>>
>>>> /home/nmarques/aoo/aoo-3.4.0/main/solenv/unxlngxpro/incnc/mywlrld.mk,
>>>> not found
>>>> ---* SETTINGS.MK *---
>>>>
>>>> 1 module(s):
>>>> solenv
>>>> need(s) to be rebuilt
>>>>
>>>> Reason(s):
>>>>
>>>> ERROR: error 65280 occurred while making
>>>> /home/nmarques/aoo/aoo-3.4.0/main/solenv
>>>>
>>>> When you have fixed the errors in that module you can resume the build
>>>> by running:
>>>>
>>>> build --all:solenv
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>
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