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Subject: Re: Compiling the Simulator on Mac OS X
From: Mike Holden (
Date: 2003-07-15

That :0.0 part looks like the $DISPLAY environment variable. This tells X
which display to talk to to display it's windows on. 0.0 is the first
local one. Not sure why $DISPLAY would have crept in there, as gcc
shouldn't need to know anything about displays - it's a command line tool!

svante t said:
> yes,
> result from command below:
> /usr/X11R6/include/X11/Xutil.h
> Is the path different from that in makefile?
> I've tried compiling with different LIBDIRS, for example
> make LIBDIRS=-L/usr/X11R6/include/
> make LIBDIRS=-L/usr/X11R6/include/X11
> make LIBDIRS=-L/usr/X11R6/
> but with same error report:
> Updating Dependencies for button-x11.c
> gcc: :0.0: No such file or directory
> button-x11.c:23:24: X11/keysym.h: No such file or directory
> -DBIG_ENDIAN -I. -I../../firmware/drivers -I../../firmware/export
> -I../../apps -I../../apps/player -I../common -I. -W -Wall -c
> screenhack.c -o screenhack.o
> gcc: cannot specify -o with -c or -S and multiple compilations
> make: *** [screenhack.o] Error 1
>>Do you even have X11 installed? If so, do you have these mentioned
>> files anywhere in your include path? (try 'find / -name Xutil.h')
>> Daniel Stenberg -- --

Mike Holden

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