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Dave Morse
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Linux build broken?
« on: March 07, 2003, 08:40:42 am »

I've been compiling from CVS a few times.  This time it seems broken, or perhaps I've forgotten how to do it.  After a CVS update I go to the sc2 directory and type "./build.sh uqm config", and now it complains: "build/unix/build.sh: build/unix/build.sh: No such file or directory".  There is no "build/unix/build.sh", nor even a "build/unix/".  There is a "build/".  What now?
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Re: Linux build broken?
« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2003, 10:39:09 am »

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I've been compiling from CVS a few times.  This time it seems broken, or perhaps I've forgotten how to do it.  After a CVS update I go to the sc2 directory and type "./build.sh uqm config", and now it complains: "build/unix/build.sh: build/unix/build.sh: No such file or directory".  There is no "build/unix/build.sh", nor even a "build/unix/".  There is a "build/".  What now?
Did you remember to tell cvs to download new directories ("cvs update -d", not "cvs update")? The build system was modified a few weeks ago and split into several directories, and without those new directories, you probably can't even run the build script. There's probably a lot of other stuff missing in your copy, too, but running "cvs update -d" should fix all of that in no time.
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Re: Linux build broken?
« Reply #2 on: March 07, 2003, 10:47:19 am »

zat zeems to be zee problem, my friend.   Cheesy
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