[Libreoffice] Build break in module basic
rb.henschel at t-online.de
Sat Aug 27 06:55:37 PDT 2011
Eike Rathke schrieb:
> Hi Regina,
> On Wednesday, 2011-08-24 14:40:54 +0200, Regina Henschel wrote:
>> Tor Lillqvist schrieb:
>>>> Maybe getting make 3.82 from http://ftpmirror.gnu.org/make/ helps,
>>> Or even our "own" make 3.82 with some useful debugging and warning
>>> options added from
>>> (munge into the git URL of your choice depending on if you use the
>>> anongit server or the authenticated one).
>>>> though I have no idea whether that builds in cygwin or not,
>> How to do that? Up to now I have build from tarballs with "build
>> --all" in instsetoo_native, so I'm really lost with git and make.
> A usual approach to install some *ix'ish software for a single user --
> if one doesn't want to overwrite system's installed packages -- is to do
> this under $HOME/usr, where executables end up in $HOME/usr/bin and
> adding that in front of $PATH pulls them in first before others. What
> I'd do is to create $HOME/usr/src and within there untar the make
> tarball. You'll get a directory like $HOME/usr/src/make-3.82/ and in
> there invoke
That works so far.
> ./configure --prefix=$HOME/usr
> make check
There I get "6 failed".
> make install
> If everything goes well you then should have the executable
> Prepend $HOME/usr/bin to your user's PATH and open a new shell, invoke
> make -v
> and verify that it says 3.82
> BUT, your problem with cppunittester.exe seems to be unrelated and will
> not vanish by using a newer make, else I would be surprised..
The build breakers are all solved now. But build time is again about 18
hours. And I had been down to 5 hours for OOo. So a make-solution is
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