[Mesa-users] Unable to build Mesa 7.9 on Windows
olvaffe at gmail.com
Tue Oct 26 04:44:30 PDT 2010
On Mon, Oct 25, 2010 at 2:45 AM, Frederic Claux
<frederic.claux at global-vision-systems.com> wrote:
> 2010/10/24 Frederic Claux <frederic.claux at global-vision-systems.com>
>> 2010/10/24 Chia-I Wu <olvaffe at gmail.com>
>>> On Sun, Oct 24, 2010 at 10:10 PM, Frederic Claux <fclaux.gvs at gmail.com>
>>> wrote:I don't know if there is a
>>> suggested way, but I use SCons to build mesa on Windows myself
>> Isn't there a location where I can get precompiled mesa 7.9 binaries?
>> There really are multiple problems when trying to build with Visual
>> I tried to use SCons on Windows, but I'm not going very far with it:
>> 1) I installed Python 3.1.2
>> 2) then SCons (which detected C:\Python31 installation directory)
>> 3) I added C:\Python31 and C:\Python31\Scripts to my system path
>> 4) From the Mesa-7.9 directory, I opened a command prompt and issued:
>> scons debug=yes statetrackers=mesa drivers=llvmpipe winsys=gdi dri=false
>> I get the following python error right away:
>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>> File "<string>", line 1, in <module>
>> line 43, in <module>
>> import SCons.compat
>> line 90, in <module>
>> import _scons_builtins
>> ImportError: No module named _scons_builtins
> Hi again,
> I got rid of Python 3.1 and SCons 2.0.1, and tried with the more common
> Python 2.7 and SCons 1.3.1, as Mesa might be happier with these versions.
> The error I get now is simple:
> No SConstruct file found.
> I guess there is a preliminary step, such as running configure - but
> configure is a shell file and I'm on Windows?
> What shall I do?
SConstruct seems to be missing in the release tarballs. You will need
to grab it from git. I haven't done a Windows build for a while..
olv at LunarG.com
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