In message <55E6290A.6010408(a)netsurf-browser.org>
John-Mark Bell <jmb(a)netsurf-browser.org> wrote:
On 01/09/15 21:56, Dave Higton wrote:
> It all went well until some way into the build itself:
> riscos/bitmap.c:33:18: fatal error: rufl.h: No such file or directory
> Indeed find can't find rufl.* in the workspace folder.
> I didn't see any message flash past earlier about any missing files - but
> that's no surprise, there's lots of text, only a small window, and slow
> eyes watching.
> Any suggestions?
This means you didn't set TARGET_ABI before sourcing env.sh, so it only
fetched the libraries needed for building for amd64. You need to do:
TARGET_ABI=arm-unknown-riscos source env.sh ns-pull-install
Then build NetSurf again with "make TARGET=riscos".
Same result again.
I know I set TARGET_ABI twice - I remember thinking that it was curious
to have to issue the same command twice.
There is an error at the ns-pull-install stage:
make: *** /home/david/dev-netsurf/workspace/librufl: No such file or
Aha. Manually creating the librufl folder has moved it on one:
make: *** No rule to make target 'install'. Stop.
And "make TARGET=riscos" still stops, complaining it can't find
There are earlier complaints relating to PKG_CONFIG_PATH and no
Perhaps I need to go back to the start. "source env.sh" was not
executed as root - could that be the cause?
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