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Old 12-13-2003, 12:05 PM   #1
TheShemeta
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Can't compile XVID 1.0beta2


Hi guys,

i am trying to compile from CVS the new beta2 of XVID & i get the following error:

Assembling ../../src/image/x86_asm/colorspace_rgb_mmx.asm ... ../../src/image/x86_asm/colorspace_rgb_mmx.asm:93: fatal: unable to open include file `colorspace_mmx.inc'
make: *** [../../src/image/x86_asm/colorspace_rgb_mmx.o] Error 1

i was wondering is you know what i do wrong? how can i compile the XVID?

thanks for your help!

The Shemeta!
 
  


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