Rockbox

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Attached to Project: Rockbox
Opened by Bartosz Fabianowski - 2008-02-20
Last edited by Dominik Riebeling - 2008-02-21

FS#8622 - Build failure on FreeBSD

SVN commit 16343 breaks the build on FreeBSD. In it, apps/lang/Makefile was added with code to automatically calculate the size of the largest language file:

$(HEADER): $(OUTP)

  $(call PRINTS,Make $(HEADER))
  echo "#define MAX_LANGUAGE_SIZE `du -b $(OBJDIR)/* |sort -n |tail -n 1 |cut -f 1`" > $(HEADER)

However, the -b argument passed to du is a GNU extension that is not available on other *NIX systems. The du command therefore silently fails, leaving MAX_LANGUAGE_SIZE undefined.

A more portable method to determine the largest file size will have to be found here, as du on FreeBSD has *no* parameter that would output the number of bytes.

Closed by  Dominik Riebeling
2008-02-21 21:08
Reason for closing:  Fixed
Additional comments about closing:  

Thanks for verifying. Should've noticed that gawk is GNU awk in the first place myself ;-)

Dominik Riebeling commented on 2008-02-20 19:27

Would using ls work? I.e. using something like
`ls -lr | gawk '{print $5}' | sort -n | tail -n 1`

(I don't have access to a BSD machine, so I have no idea if that also uses GNU extensions …)

Bartosz Fabianowski commented on 2008-02-20 19:34

gawk stands for "GNU awk", so that command in itself is a GNU extension :). But I just tested that it works if you use plain awk (FreeBSD 6-STABLE):

ls -lr | awk '{print $5}' | sort -n | tail -n 1

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