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Re: [sc-dev] compiling the client
On Friday, June 28, 2002, at 10:28 PM, Ian Pojman wrote:
the (temporary) version that is in the sourceforge cvs will need to be
restructured i think.
the build and all the intermediates are in there.
i think we want only the source that leads to the app.
not even the sc class library and the wavetables, engine stuff etc.
yeah, sorry, you're right.. I would put the class lib and stuff there
though, modules make much more sense when they are in their complete
form. you can update them without downloading all the stuff all over
again. should just take the build dir out.
okay. also i guess pull out the synthdefs (the compiled ones). just to
be simple, reduce the number of files.
but of course jmc is still to do some more stuff, so we're just playing
around for now.
since the common files are all .rtf, the diffs and updates are going to
parse them weirdly.
but we do need to check these things in, thats been very common over the
past couple of years:
someone finds a bug in the Common methods and submits a fix. of course
we nearly got them all now :)
i tried (partly just as an experiment) to export the Common folder up
to a new module on the cvs
but i didn't have enough permissions i guess.
what are you trying? you need to "cvs import" not export..
sorry i meant:
cvs import -m "Common sc class library" common sc start
in any case, its more of a learning experience for me right now (cvs).
jmc is still to
do some stuff to the code. and i still haven't heard any opinions from
Our Benevolent Dictator
on sourceforge, his dictatorship or any other similar issues. tonight
i'm sure they'll be
razing him, forcing him to eat weird sushi and chasing him around the
orchard all drunk with
his pants around his knees.
compiling the client fails with link errors.
maybe i didn't get libsndfile installed correctly ?
div2i, istype : not sure where these are. searches don't find them.
/usr/bin/ld: warning prebinding disabled because of undefined symbols
/usr/bin/ld: Undefined symbols:
yep! I shouldve put the working libsndfile up there too huh. :)
ah, so these *are* link errors due to me using the wrong libsndfile.a ?
okay, i did get libsndfile 0.0.27 and compiled it... but i didn't do
sudo make install
i just did
and didn't notice that it failed to install to /usr/local/lib due to
so i still had the wrong one in there.
build succeeded !
ill do that later today.
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