[kismac] Re: problem compiling cvs

  • From: Theodore <theodore@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2004 18:47:42 -0600

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Awesome! that worked!
now to see if it fixes the scrolling bug......

Theo

On 14-Jan-04, at 6:34 PM, Geoffrey Kruse wrote:

You just need to create an empty file called Wavesecret.h

ie in the terminal type "touch Wavesecret.h"

Geoff
On Jan 14, 2004, at 4:33 PM, Theodore wrote:

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K that got my REALLY close.. i'm just missing a file "WaveSecret.h" now.. i'll search around a little for it...

Theo

On 14-Jan-04, at 6:25 PM, Geoffrey Kruse wrote:

Okay, you need to re-add this framework for some reason, I have not figured out why.

Under the project menu select add frameworks

select the /Library/PrivatFrameworks/Apple80211.framework in the file chooser dialogue and click add

on the next sheet, be sure to select the checkboxes for both the Kismac target and the AirportMenu target and click add.

That should do it, i suspect you will also run into an error about cfstrings, let me know if you do.

Geoff


On Jan 14, 2004, at 4:13 PM, Theodore wrote:


Okey, I got that problem sorted out. It appears I'm missing a "Apple80211.framework" now

Theo

On 14-Jan-04, at 5:01 PM, Geoffrey Kruse wrote:

It is easier just to disable cross compiling... Make sure that you are in the development profile, not deployment. I had the same problem a while back. Also make sure that your target platform is 10.3 not 10.2, looking at your log it would seem you have it set to 10.2




Geoff On Jan 14, 2004, at 2:06 PM, Theodore wrote:

I downloaded the "Dec2002DevToolsCD.dmg" from developer.apple.com but I'm not sure if this is what I need to compile it on 10.3?

Theo

On 10-Jan-04, at 6:18 AM, Michael Rossberg wrote:

Hi Theodore,

make sure you have the 10.2 SDK installed. or disable cross compiling in the project preferences.

mick

On 10. Jan 2004, at 12:31 Uhr, Theodore wrote:

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Hi:

I was wanting to compile from CVS (to fix the scroll bug) but something is either wrong with what i'm doing, or wrong with my setup.

I get the following error when trying to compile:

$ xcodebuild
=== BUILDING NATIVE TARGET KisMAC Driver Tool WITHOUT USING ANY BUILD STYLE ===


CompileC "build/KisMAC.build/KisMAC Driver Tool.build/Objects-normal/ppc/DriveController.o" "Driver Tool/DriveController.m" normal ppc objective-c com.apple.compilers.gcc.3_3
setenv MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET 10.2
setenv NEXT_ROOT /Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.2.7.sdk
cd /Users/theodore/KisMAC
/usr/bin/gcc-3.3 -x objective-c -arch ppc -pipe -Wno-trigraphs - -fasm-blocks -fpascal-strings -O3 -mtune=G4 -Wno-four-char-constants - -Wmost -fmessage-length=0 -F/Users/theodore/KisMAC/build - -I/Users/theodore/KisMAC/build/include -isystem /Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.2.7.sdk/usr/include "-I/Users/theodore/KisMAC/build/KisMAC.build/KisMAC Driver Tool.build/DerivedSources" "-Wp,-header-mapfile,/Users/theodore/KisMAC/build/KisMAC.build/ KisMAC Driver Tool.build/KisMAC Driver Tool.hmap" -c "/Users/theodore/KisMAC/Driver Tool/DriveController.m" -o "/Users/theodore/KisMAC/build/KisMAC.build/KisMAC Driver Tool.build/Objects-normal/ppc/DriveController.o"
In file included from /Users/theodore/KisMAC/Driver Tool/DriveController.m:25:
/Users/theodore/KisMAC/Driver Tool/DriveController.h:25:24: Cocoa/Cocoa.h: No such file or directory
In file included from /Users/theodore/KisMAC/Driver Tool/DriveController.m:25:
/Users/theodore/KisMAC/Driver Tool/DriveController.h:29: error: parse error before "IBOutlet"
/Users/theodore/KisMAC/Driver Tool/DriveController.h:33: error: cannot find interface declaration for `NSObject', superclass of `DriveController'
** BUILD FAILED **
2004-01-10 05:24:47.298 xcodebuild[1985] Container <PBXProject:0x00399550:rtn=1:29B97313FDCFA39411CA2CEA: path='(null)'> still contains 1 items after being deallocated. This might be a memory leak, or an item not being properly marked as removed from its container before being deallocated.


I'm wondering if I'm missing a required set of headers or something

I've got the developers kit that came with Panther, as well as the 1.1 patch for it
Panther 10.3.2


Anyone else run into this?

Thanks

Theodore
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