Need help with installing/setting SDK on Linux
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Fri Nov 11 08:59:42 UTC 2016
> Unfortunately it's not enough to run from within a setsdkenv_unix shell,
> you also need to set up some C++ compiler command line arguments.
> Modelling your makefiles after the sdk's example/ makefiles (which
> include the SDK's settings/*.mk) would give you that, but you should
> also be able to get it working with a plain, handcrafted makefile. LO's
> git sources contain ure/source/uretest/Makefile.pln as an example of
> doing that. What's probably missing for you is defines
> -DCPPU_ENV=gcc3 -DLINUX -DUNX
Adding -DCPPU_ENV=gcc3 -DLINUX -DUNX to DEFINES actually helped to get rid
of "unknown platform" error. All other mistakes were because i accidently
forgot to remove a specific definition while porting from windows platform.
After that i struggled for a bit with linker errors and finally was able to
compile and launch my project. Thank you very much for a good answer, really
saved me a lot of time. I would probably never figured it out by myself.
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