[haiku-development] Re: Build issues ... again

  • From: Julius Bullinger <julius.bullinger@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: haiku-development@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2009 09:16:03 +0100

Michael Lotz schrieb:
Hi there

On Tue, 27 Jan 2009 12:53:01 +0100, Julius Bullinger wrote
I'm having problems when trying to build revision 29059 of the
buildtools. The error message is here: http://pastebin.com/f46d889ba
If you need to know the steps I took to setup my build environment,
have a look at http://pastebin.com/f5cac963a
(I changed line 66 "# ln -s ./jam0 /usr/bin/haiku-jam" to "# mv
/usr/local/bin/jam /usr/bin/jam", since I'm using Arch Linux which
hasn't /usr/local/bin in it's path, and I don't want to change that.)

Yes, that's an interesting one. You're not alone with it, but I wasn't able to
reproduce or investigate this so far. The cross-tools build works on FreeBSD
and is reported to work on some Linux installs as well. Apparently not on all
of them though.

The buildtools built w/o problems approx. two weeks ago, but after GCC has been updated in your repo, they don't.

Please take a look at http://dev.haiku-os.org/ticket/3370 and watch progress



Thank you very much for your information! After the ticket has been fixed, I was able to compile the crosstools. But when trying to build Haiku afterwards, I get the following error:

[haiku@arch generated-gcc4]$ jam -q @disk
InvokeSubJam1 /home/haiku/generated-gcc2/alternative_system_libs.zip
/home/haiku/generated-gcc2/Jamfile: No such file or directory
don't know how to make <image>alternative_system_libs.zip
...found 1 target(s)...
...can't find 1 target(s)...

cd /home/haiku/generated-gcc2
jam -q '<image>alternative_system_libs.zip' ;

...failed InvokeSubJam1 /home/haiku/generated-gcc2/alternative_system_libs.zip ... ...skipped <HaikuImage>haiku.image-unzip-files-dummy-beos/system/lib/gcc2-<other-image>alternative_system_libs.zip for lack of <other-image>alternative_system_libs.zip...
...skipped sda9 for lack of <HaikuImage>haiku.image-unzip-files...
...failed updating 1 target(s)...
...skipped 2 target(s)...
...updated 9528 target(s)...
[haiku@arch generated-gcc4]$

I remember that I saw this before, although I don't remember when. Should I file a ticket, or is it a common problem? I can't find anything in Trac about it...


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