[Libreoffice] running 'build' ...
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Thu Oct 14 02:30:17 PDT 2010
On Thu, Oct 14, 2010 at 4:19 AM, Michael Meeks <michael.meeks at novell.com> wrote:
> Hi Thomas,
> On Thu, 2010-10-14 at 08:37 +0200, Thomas Klausner wrote:
>> Where is the "build" executable I'm supposed to run when a build is
>> interrupted ?
> Ah - good point :-) I'll update the build script to print a more useful
> message in a bit, but first:
>> Do I need to set some environment variables before running it?
> Yes - you need to:
> cd build/libreoffice*
> source Linux*Set.sh
> cd <directory-that-failed>
> build # it is a shell alias
>> What are the files used by dmake to find out what to do?
> 'build' is a perl-script, that parses prj/build.lst to work out what
> can be built, and how much parallelism the code can cope with.
>> (How) Can I run dmake manually? In which directory? Does it need
>> environment variables set as well?
> yes, and yes - dmake gets all it needs from sourcing that (huge)
> environment script; so just run it:
> There are some useful flags to dmake and build - the most important
> verbose=1 # let me see the compile lines
> debug=true # enable assertions and debugging symbols
> -P10 # do 10 builds in parallel ;-)
>> Anything else I should know about building?
> Not really, great questions :-)
> PS. Spaetz any chance you could add these to the wiki somewhere ? :-)
It's been there already:
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