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Blender 2.43 on Fedora core 6(x86_64)

Posted: Tue Feb 27, 2007 9:48 am
by mola
Hi all ,
I compile bledner 2.43 on fedora core 6(64bit)

compile without blender_player and ffmpeg

Flags

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CCFLAGS = ['-pipe','-fPIC','-funsigned-char','-fno-strict-aliasing','-march=athlon64','-m3dnow']

CPPFLAGS = ['-DXP_UNIX','-pipe','-fPIC','-funsigned-char','-fno-strict-aliasing','-march=athlon64','-m3dnow']
CXXFLAGS = ['-pipe','-fPIC','-funsigned-char','-fno-strict-aliasing','-march=athlon64','-m3dnow']

REL_CFLAGS = ['-O3']
REL_CCFLAGS = ['-O3']
Download :
http://www.c100c.com/fedora/blender-2.43-1.x86_64.rpm

Posted: Sun Mar 04, 2007 5:05 pm
by zapparello
How about -DYESIAMSTUPID ? In source/creator/creator.c I see this:

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#ifndef YESIAMSTUPID
	/* temporary: prevent people to make/use 64 bits versions without them knowing it might be
		risky. I don't know for sure yet if we get problems, but I rather not get the burden of
		having to fix all faulty saved 64 bits files (ton) */
	if(sizeof(void *)==8) {
		printf("64 bits compiles will give incorrectly saved .blend files. Do not use it. For testing purposes please remove this line from creator.c\n"); 
		exit(0);
	}
#else
	if(sizeof(void *)==8) {
		printf("64 bits compiles will give incorrectly saved .blend files. Do not use it.\n\n"
       "*** If you continue to run this executable, you really are quite stupid ***\n\n"); 

	}

#endif
Have you tried to load any files created by the 32-bit blender, and vice versa - load into the 32-bit blender any files created by the 64-bit blender? It looks like the 64-bit version is plain unsupported right now, alas :-(

I have not problem

Posted: Tue Mar 06, 2007 8:23 am
by mola
Hi , I don't have any problem to open or save files .
i have problem at "append or link" menu that I open file and save-as it and then no problem with "append or link" , :D

i Marked this code lines .

Posted: Tue Mar 06, 2007 10:15 am
by Timothy
Why not just wait for the next release, planned in 2 months from now? That will actually be 64-bit safe.

Timothy

Posted: Tue Mar 06, 2007 5:40 pm
by aplesch
Timothy wrote:Why not just wait for the next release, planned in 2 months from now? That will actually be 64-bit safe.
That would be great ! In the mean time I figured out a way to run 32bit blender on 64bit linux without a chroot jail. I described it in

http://blenderartists.org/forum/showpos ... ostcount=7

That may be helpful to you.

best, Andreas

Posted: Tue Mar 06, 2007 10:14 pm
by zapparello
Timothy wrote:Why not just wait for the next release, planned in 2 months from now? That will actually be 64-bit safe.
Oh, that's pretty cool news.

By the way, is there any way to tell Blender where to look for the .blender and for the plugins directories? I would like to have them as /usr/share/blender/.blender and /usr/share/blender/scripts, is there any variable to pass to scons for this?

In general, it would be good if blender could be compiled so that it would use the standard Unix directory structure. Right now it's impossible to find a precompiled blender package for any of the major distributions, perhaps because it isn't compatible with Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS)?