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Subject: Re: Build Problems
From: Benjamin (
Date: 2003-02-14

I noticed that the build was all green, so I thought it might be
something with my system, but I get the same problem on another WinXP
machine and my dev machine hasn't changed since I last changed code.
I'll look into it more.

Unfortunately I don't have CVS access (pesky firewalls), which is
why I use the daily build to build. If someone would be kind enough,
I'd appreciate a zip of the latest CVS.

Until I can get a build working again on my machine, I won't be able
to release my latest bookmarking patch. I can make the compiled
version available, but it is based off of the 2-7 build. I'll send
a note out later today with the link.


At Friday, 14 February 2003, you wrote:

>On Thu, 13 Feb 2003, Benjamin wrote:
>> Hmm, I leave for a week and I when I come back, I can't get anything
>> correctly. Gotta love software :-). Anyway, I'm trying to build the
>> latest tar ball (rockbox-daily-20030214.tar.gz), but when I compile
I get
>> the following error:
>Since the 'cvs compile status' table is all green (except the warning
in the
>windows simulator) I'd guess these are local problems in your setup.
>> sh-elf-gcc -W -Wall -O -m1 -nostdlib -Wstrict-prototypes -Iinclude
>> -Icommon
>> -Idrivers -Iexport -DARCHOS_RECORDER=1 -fomit-frame-pointer
>> -fschedule-insns -c
>> system.c -o system.o
>> make[1]: *** No rule to make target `thread.h', needed by `thread.o'.
>> Stop.
>Weird. thread.h is in firmware/export/ as has been mentioned before.
>> I've noticed that there's been a lot of change on the directory
>> also, which may account for the problems I'm having.
>Right, and I have alerted the list about this so this should not be a
>surprise to developers reading this list.
>> I'm trying to compile on WinXP with GNUSH v0203-ELF outside of
cvs. When I
>> compile my latest bookmarking code, derived off of the 2003-02-
07 release,
>> I don't have any problems. Any help is appreciated.
>Can't you just get the latest CVS and try to build that? What happens
>And make sure that you use cvs to create new dirs (-d) and delete
old files
> Daniel Stenberg -- --

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