[PD-dev] bonk~ missing in Pd-0.42.5-extended.tar.gz
pfeifer.felix at googlemail.com
Tue Sep 28 15:12:40 CEST 2010
I got the feeling that 'cd packages/linux_make && make install' isn't
the way of building pd-extended any more. Is that the case?
Before having that feeling, i wanted to reply like this:
This would not fix the error. It is caused by a missing
directory called bonk~ in the source tarball. This
directory and its contents are needed by pd/src/makefile
during build process. The full path of bonk~ should be
This is where the makefile expects it to be.
I know 2 possible solutions for this: uncommenting
the line in the makefile which causes the error (which
is not a good choice)
or getting the bonk~ directory from another tarball.
The bonk~ directory is included in the pd-0.42-5.src.tar.gz
tarball. I copied it from there to .../Pd-0.42.5-extended/pd/extra/
After doing that i noticed that the Makefile in packages/linux_make
still didn't work because some other files/directories were still
missing in .../Pd-0.42.5-extended/pd/extra/ so i copied all of
the files from the vanilla tarball to the extended tarball.
But then again the build process stopped with this error:
install -p /home/felix/software/slack13.1/Pd-extended/Pd-0.42.5-extended/abstractions/nqpoly/nqpoly~/*.pd
install: cannot stat
No such file or directory
2010/9/28 ailo <ailo.at at gmail.com>:
> An obvious suggestion is perhaps to build puredata and install that first.
> On 09/27/2010 11:46 PM, Felix Pfeifer wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> someone already posted this error when trying to compile
>> make -C ../extra/bonk~
>> make: Entering an unknown directory
>> make: *** ../extra/bonk~: No such file or directory. Stop.
>> But in the other thread the solution for the guys was to
>> find a working binary package for their Linux distribution,
>> which is no option in my case (Slackware).
>> I already successfully compiled the previous release of Pd-extended
>> on my system, but this time the process stops after this error.
>> I tried this without any result:
>> find<path to pd-extended source code> -name bonk~
>> There are a couple of externals depending on bonk~
>> so i'd like to have it in my build. Is bonk~ included in
>> the source package and if yes, where? Can i otherwise
>> download it from any other place?
>> I think it could be interesting for the comunity, because
>> if it works on my system i'll release a so called
>> SlackBuild script on www.slackbuilds.org which makes
>> it very easy to install on Slackware Linux.
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