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Old 04-05-2005, 03:11 PM   #1
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compiling libaudiofile


i am trying to compile the above on interix, ./configure is fine, but i get following errors on make:

bash-3.00$ make
make  all-recursive
Making all in libaudiofile
"Makefile", line 238: Could not find .deps/aes.Plo
"Makefile", line 239: Could not find .deps/af_vfs.Plo
"Makefile", line 240: Could not find .deps/aiff.Plo
"Makefile", line 241: Could not find .deps/aiffwrite.Plo
"Makefile", line 242: Could not find .deps/aupv.Plo
"Makefile", line 243: Could not find .deps/avr.Plo
"Makefile", line 244: Could not find .deps/avrwrite.Plo
"Makefile", line 245: Could not find .deps/byteorder.Plo
"Makefile", line 246: Could not find .deps/compression.Plo
"Makefile", line 247: Could not find .deps/data.Plo
"Makefile", line 248: Could not find .deps/debug.Plo
"Makefile", line 249: Could not find .deps/error.Plo
"Makefile", line 250: Could not find .deps/extended.Plo
"Makefile", line 251: Could not find .deps/format.Plo
"Makefile", line 252: Could not find .deps/g711.Plo
"Makefile", line 253: Could not find .deps/iff.Plo
"Makefile", line 254: Could not find .deps/iffwrite.Plo
"Makefile", line 255: Could not find .deps/instrument.Plo
"Makefile", line 256: Could not find .deps/ircam.Plo
"Makefile", line 257: Could not find .deps/ircamwrite.Plo
"Makefile", line 258: Could not find .deps/loop.Plo
"Makefile", line 259: Could not find .deps/marker.Plo
"Makefile", line 260: Could not find .deps/misc.Plo
"Makefile", line 261: Could not find .deps/modules.Plo
"Makefile", line 262: Could not find .deps/next.Plo
"Makefile", line 263: Could not find .deps/nextwrite.Plo
"Makefile", line 264: Could not find .deps/nist.Plo
"Makefile", line 265: Could not find .deps/nistwrite.Plo
"Makefile", line 266: Could not find .deps/openclose.Plo
"Makefile", line 267: Could not find .deps/pcm.Plo
"Makefile", line 268: Could not find .deps/query.Plo
"Makefile", line 269: Could not find .deps/raw.Plo
"Makefile", line 270: Could not find .deps/setup.Plo
"Makefile", line 271: Could not find .deps/track.Plo
"Makefile", line 272: Could not find .deps/units.Plo
"Makefile", line 273: Could not find .deps/util.Plo
"Makefile", line 274: Could not find .deps/wave.Plo
"Makefile", line 275: Could not find .deps/wavewrite.Plo
Fatal errors encountered -- cannot continue
*** Error code 1
Does anyone know what this could be?
Old 04-05-2005, 03:56 PM   #2
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that .deps folder in the audiofile directory is made and populated during the configure
possibly you need a different version audiofile that fits your libtools and lex/flex versions better
Old 04-05-2005, 04:01 PM   #3
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what's lex/flex?

also in the .deps folder i only have a few of those file, which seems a bit odd.

i didnt get any warnings or errors on configure.
Old 04-06-2005, 12:05 AM   #4
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flex ? is a gnu version of lex
and just another one of the core text manipulation tools
not the problem here though (sorry for the bad example)
just trying to say versioning trouble
it's most likely being done by Gettext
as used by m4 with extensive help from sed and i bet libtool is involved as well
the configure should end the effort by just echoing empty files that contain one line
and they are updated later during compile i think

if you don't think version is the problem (you haven't even told what version of audiofile you are trying to compile which makes the entire discussion somewhat academic)
make distclean

the real problem is you say "interix" which is some half *&^ MS crap yes ?
don't you want to use cygwin
or more importantly this is not a Linux Question at all but rather a porting to some funky MS Windows Unix Layer and we don't know nothing about that

edit: one has to wonder why MS bought interix and figure it's so they could ensure it never worked properly.

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Old 04-06-2005, 01:59 AM   #5
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interix is in theory many times faster than cygwin as it is a native subsystem of windows.

i'm trying to compile kde for it.

To do this i first must compile art, which depends on audio library - im going for version 0.2.6, the latest one.

Interix is supposed to be POSIX compliant, so this is kinda a unix question not linux - i figured that since im a newbee this might be appropriate bit of forum.


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