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boneIdle

Posted: Mon Jan 27, 2003 7:18 pm
Joined: 25 Jan 2003
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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
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scrabble

Posted: Tue Feb 18, 2003 10:45 pm
Joined: 18 Feb 2003
Posts: 2
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
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Michel

Posted: Wed Feb 19, 2003 8:27 am
Joined: 16 Oct 2002
Posts: 209
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?
Quote:

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 Smile.

With regards,
Michel
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scrabble

Posted: Wed Feb 19, 2003 5:35 pm
Joined: 18 Feb 2003
Posts: 2
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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