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Re: [Bug-gnubg] getting started with a CVS build

From: Joseph Heled
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] getting started with a CVS build
Date: Sun, 10 Oct 2004 14:36:35 +1300
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ylwrap is broken. not sure for how long now. But if you get the external_l.{c,h} from the server and "touch" them , so make don't try to re-generate them, you are fine. (this is what I do).

Or manually do,

 flex -oexternal_l.c external_l.l


Jon Nall wrote:
hi all.
i'm having a bit of a problem getting started with a CVS build on OSX. any help would be appreciated. here's what i'm doing:

cvs -z3 -d:ext:address@hidden:/cvsroot/gnubg co gnubg
cd gnubg
automake-1.6 -a
./configure --with-python --with-gtk2 --with-board3d
touch aclocal.m4 // otherwise i get a complaint about aclocal-1.6 not being found from the "gnubg/missing" script

and i get:
... make humming along...
dice.c:176: error: parse error before "mpz_t"

to fix this i change #undef HAVE_GMP_H to #define HAVE_GMP_H 1 in config.h

...make humming along...
/bin/sh ./ylwrap `test -f 'external_l.l' || echo './'`external_l.l lex.yy.c external_l.c -- flex
make[2]: *** [external_l.c] Error 1
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

and at this point i'm stuck.

if i'm doing something wrong, could someone post instructions on how to build from scratch (might be good to have on the web page as well)? i know very little about the autotool suite.


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