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boneIdle
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cant compile blender

Postby boneIdle » Mon Jan 27, 2003 7:18 pm

i've tried 3 versions of make (dmake, gnumake for windows, and the version distributed with Borland c++ builder 3) all of them complain on the first line of the makefile (ifndef NANENV) except for Borland, which chokes on the second line...

thanks in advance

Windows 95(yea, I know...), 128mb ram, Celeron 633

p.s. I apologize if I posted on the wrong forum

scrabble
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Location: Montreal, Qc

Re: cant compile blender

Postby scrabble » Tue Feb 18, 2003 10:45 pm

boneIdle wrote:i've tried 3 versions of make (dmake, gnumake for windows, and the version distributed with Borland c++ builder 3) all of them complain on the first line of the makefile (ifndef NANENV) except for Borland, which chokes on the second line...

thanks in advance

Windows 95(yea, I know...), 128mb ram, Celeron 633

p.s. I apologize if I posted on the wrong forum



Unfortunatly I'm replying with the same
question and not an answer. How come
this doesn't compile ? Blender has been
opensource for months now and there aren't
even functional makefiles ?

isn't blender supposed to work on a standard
linux machine ?

is anyone implementing autoconf/automake ?
(or _something_ that works ?)

I have to say this is quite an expensive website
for a tarball that doesn't even compile.


Regards,
-Tristan

Michel
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Joined: Wed Oct 16, 2002 7:27 pm
Location: Somewhere below the rivers in Holland (but not Limburg)

Re: cant compile blender

Postby Michel » Wed Feb 19, 2003 8:27 am

scrabble wrote:Unfortunatly I'm replying with the same
question and not an answer. How come
this doesn't compile ? Blender has been
opensource for months now and there aren't
even functional makefiles ?

With a statement you are making, I'm wondering what version of the sources you have. Did you download the source tarbal (2.26)? Or did you get the sources from cvs?
isn't blender supposed to work on a standard
linux machine ?

is anyone implementing autoconf/automake ?
(or _something_ that works ?)

In the source tarbal (version 2.26) and in cvs there is autoconf/automake available. And, for Linux it should build using the auto* environment :).

With regards,
Michel

scrabble
Posts: 2
Joined: Tue Feb 18, 2003 10:31 pm
Location: Montreal, Qc

Re: cant compile blender

Postby scrabble » Wed Feb 19, 2003 5:35 pm

Hmmm, funny I didn't notice.

I went to

blender.org
\- Downloads
\- Source Packages
and here there is only 2.25b
or cvs access. I dont know; seemed
like the right place to get the source.

Thanks for pointing me to
2.26.

Well; this place looks stunningly
like sourceforge.


Regards,
-Tristan


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