--prefix=/usr/local/uae/ --with-sdl-gfx --with-caps --with-caps-prefix=/usr/local/uae/support/ipfdevlib_linux/
I get this upon build (either parallel or not):
floppyfileentry.c: In function `floppyfileentry_init': floppyfileentry.c:71: parse error before `*' floppyfileentry.c:72: `ledbox' undeclared (first use in this function) floppyfileentry.c:72: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once floppyfileentry.c:72: for each function it appears in.) make: *** [floppyfileentry.o] Error 1 make: Leaving directory `/usr/src/uae/e-uae-0.8.27-CVS/src/gui-gtk' make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1 make: Leaving directory `/usr/src/uae/e-uae-0.8.27-CVS/src' make: *** [all] Error 2 make: Leaving directory `/usr/src/uae/e-uae-0.8.27-CVS/src' make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
As I said in an earlier mail, I'm trying to get this project to a releasable state. As a step towards that, I've uploaded a current source code snapshot to:
BTW. I'm now calling this E-UAE - since many others already are and to avoid confusion. Answers on a postcard for the best meaning for that 'E'. :-)
Those of you that are able to compile from source, please test this and check that there are no major problems.
There are a couple of things still to add for OS X users: there's no configure support for building Steven's Cocoa GUI yet (Objective C support and all the rest is there, so, for now, just edit src/Makefile to point to src/gui-cocoa rather than src/gui-none after configuring), and I haven't merged my hacked sdl-config script for building against the SDL framework (rather than the Fink's SDL.) Both to do - very soon.
Those of you who have sent me patches that aren't in this one yet - sorry. I have to draw the line somewhere. It's been months since the last full release, and I really do need to get a new one out.
This source tree has been tested here on Linux/x86, AmigaOS (68k and OS4/PPC) and OS X. I haven't tested yet on Linux/PPC (due to hard disk failure) or BeOS/x86 (due to catastrophic hardware failure.). (So, Axel, if you're still listening, does it work?) Feedback from those of you with platforms I don't currently have - *BSD, Solaris, IRIX, plain Darwin (rather than OS X), etc. - I would definitely love some feedback. I do plan to get my Linux/PPC and BeOS systems up and running again as soon as possible to test there, (And I would like to support some other Unix flavours. I've had a brief flirtation with NetBSD and Solaris, but both have proved to be too much hard work due just to get the buggers installed. This from a committed Debian user for 6 years. I'll have another go when I have more time.)
There are no significant changes in the configure recipe. However (Derek), parallel builds should work a little better, although they still won't scale well. -j4 works okay here. -j8 probably won't work depending on the direction of the wind.
There's a new README file, too - which may or may not be helpful. I'll see if I can flesh this out a bit, time permitting. I really do need to sit down and write some proper documentation one of these days.
Let me know how you get on.