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From Nelson Marques <nmo.marq...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Building AAO from source...
Date Thu, 24 May 2012 14:39:53 GMT
Andre,

The goal was to have everything dynamically linked and using the
dependencies provided by the system (ex: python, perl, lucene, dmake,
etc); this lead me to build first all those components and install
them in the normal path that stuff is installed (/usr).

dmake was built with the default options except for prefix, which I
changed to /usr.



2012/5/24 Andre Fischer <af@a-w-f.de>:
> On 23.05.2012 18:51, Nelson Marques wrote:
>>
>> [nmarques@localhost solenv]$ dmake -v
>> dmake:  Openning [/usr/share/startup/startup.mk] for read (success)
>> dmake:  Openning [/usr/share/startup/config.mk] for read (success)
>> dmake:  Parsing include file [/usr/share/startup/config.mk].
>> dmake:  /usr/share/startup/config.mk:  line 3:  Warning: -- Macro `OS'
>> redefined after use
>> dmake:  Closing [/usr/share/startup/config.mk]
>> dmake:  Openning [/usr/share/startup/local.mk] for read (fail)
>> dmake:  Include file [/usr/share/startup/local.mk] was not found.
>> dmake:  Openning [/usr/share/startup/unix/macros.mk] for read (success)
>> dmake:  Parsing include file [/usr/share/startup/unix/macros.mk].
>> dmake:  Openning [/usr/share/startup/unix/linux/macros.mk] for read
>> (success)
>> dmake:  Parsing include file [/usr/share/startup/unix/linux/macros.mk].
>> dmake:  Closing [/usr/share/startup/unix/linux/macros.mk]
>> dmake:  Closing [/usr/share/startup/unix/macros.mk]
>> dmake:  /usr/share/startup/startup.mk:  line 140:  Warning: -- More
>> than one prerequisite
>> for %-target. Use :| ruleop or indirect prerequisites.
>> dmake:  /usr/share/startup/startup.mk:  line 144:  Warning: -- More
>> than one prerequisite
>> for %-target. Use :| ruleop or indirect prerequisites.
>> dmake:  Openning [/usr/share/startup/unix/recipes.mk] for read (success)
>> dmake:  Parsing include file [/usr/share/startup/unix/recipes.mk].
>> dmake:  Openning [/usr/share/startup/unix/linux/recipes.mk] for read
>> (fail)
>> dmake:  Include file [/usr/share/startup/unix/linux/recipes.mk] was not
>> found.
>> dmake:  Closing [/usr/share/startup/unix/recipes.mk]
>> dmake:  Openning [project.mk] for read (fail)
>> dmake:  Include file [project.mk] was not found.
>> dmake:  Closing [/usr/share/startup/startup.mk]
>> dmake:  Openning [makefile.mk] for read (success)
>> dmake:  Openning [settings.mk] for read (fail)
>> dmake:  Inferring include file [settings.mk].
>> dmake:  Openning [settings.mk] for read (fail)
>> dmake:  Infering prerequisite(s) and recipe for [settings.mk]
>> dmake:  Trying prerequisite [settings.mk.o] for [settings.mk]
>> dmake:  Caching directory [/home/nmarques/aoo/aoo-3.4.0/main/solenv]
>> dmake:  Trying prerequisite [RCS/settings.mk,v] for [settings.mk]
>> dmake:  Caching directory [/home/nmarques/aoo/aoo-3.4.0/main/solenv/RCS]
>> dmake:  Trying prerequisite [settings.mk,v] for [settings.mk]
>> dmake:  Trying prerequisite [settings.mk.sh] for [settings.mk]
>> dmake:  Time stamp of [settings.mk] is 0
>> dmake:  makefile.mk:  line 29:  Error: -- Include file settings.mk, not
>> found
>> dmake:  Closing [makefile.mk]
>
>
> Most makefile includes are read from /usr/share/startup/.
> Can you explain why this directory exists and is in the search path?
>
>
>>
>>
>> 2012/5/23 Andre Fischer<af@a-w-f.de>:
>>>
>>> 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
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>>
>



-- 
Nelson Marques
// I've stopped trying to understand sandwiches with a third piece of
bread in the middle...

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