[PD-dev] compiling HID
hans at eds.org
Mon Feb 6 22:13:32 CET 2006
No need for symlinks, just my overcomplicated build system for hid (it
should be simplified).
To generate input_arrays.c and input_arrays.h, do this:
On Feb 6, 2006, at 3:37 PM, B. Bogart wrote:
> Hi Hans,
> Alas, another need for symlinks in CVS..
> So I checked out packages and now "make" in hcs/hid gives me:
> make -C ../../ hid
> make: Entering directory `/home/bbogart/pd-stuff/externals'
> make: *** No rule to make target
> needed by
> make: Leaving directory `/home/bbogart/pd-stuff/externals'
> make: *** [default] Error 2
> Indeed there seems to be no input_arrays.c in packages nor externals.
> I guess I'll get the extended package to get the binary.
> Thanks Hans,
> On Mon, February 6, 2006 12:00 pm, Hans-Christoph Steiner said:
>> Its all just a directory tree starting at /cvsroot/pure-data, so it
>> seems somewhat arbitrary to specify a level at with each directory
>> should be a standalone module. I do believe that there should be no
>> sources dependencies outside of /cvsroot/pure-data (headers and
>> libraries are a different story of course).
>> If you don't want to check out all of /packages/ (which is not big)
>> can just:
>> cvs co packages/Makefile.buildlayout
>> I originally had a Makefile.buildlayout in each of the first level
>> directories (abstractions, externals, etc), but since they were all
>> exactly the same file, it was a maintenance headache and seemed like a
>> bad idea.
>> On Feb 6, 2006, at 11:24 AM, B. Bogart wrote:
>>> Hey Hans,
>>> After trying to compile HID from CVS I got this error:
>>> No such file or directory
>>> make: *** No rule to make target
>>> I'd like to be able to compile HID without depending on the packages
>>> module. Does it make sense that one module in CVS depends on another?
>>> PD-dev mailing list
>>> PD-dev at iem.at
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