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Re: gub: I can now completely build lilypond

From: Thomas Morley
Subject: Re: gub: I can now completely build lilypond
Date: Sat, 12 Jan 2019 17:06:44 +0100

Am Mo., 7. Jan. 2019 um 08:10 Uhr schrieb Werner LEMBERG <address@hidden>:
> Folks,
> using gub pull requests
> together with
> allows me to successfully run gub's `make lilypond' on my machine,
> including regression tests and documentation!  This means that
> a lilypond build is no longer bound to a certain architecture, user,
> or top-level directory.  As soon as issue #5456 is in git master you
> can test this :-)
>     Werner
> PS: If you want to test this immediately, do the following.
> . Apply the patches from the above two pull requests to gub's git
>   repository.
> . Apply to lilypond's git.
> . Move the modified file `' to from lilypond's git
>   to $HOME.
> . Do `git reset --hard' in lilypond's git.
> . Apply the attached patch to gub's `lilypond.make':

Hi Werner,

because you wrote "no longer bound to a certain architecture", I gave
it a try on my 64-bit Ubuntu 18.04.
Following the above described steps (and skipping 'make bootsrap')
'make lilypond' fails with

building package: darwin-ppc::odcctools
 *** Stage: download (odcctools, darwin-ppc)
 *** Stage: untar (odcctools, darwin-ppc)
 *** Stage: patch (odcctools, darwin-ppc)
sh: 1: ./32bit: not found
error: cannot run 32 bit executable: 32bit

Not really surprising for me, or should it been working?

I'll redo testings with a 32-bit OS soon.

Thanks for all your hard work on it!!


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