Subject: RE: [ecasound] building from cvs
From: Rob Coker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Nov 07 2000 - 17:21:01 EET
You're right. It was weird. I just remembered yesterday similar problems
with a different project. My internet access is through windows. CVS on
windows does the bad CR-LF stuff at the end of lines. That thoroughly
screws up everything when building. I re-downloaded the cvs version in
binary form. It is building fine right now.
Sorry for the headache and beware of mixing windows and cvs.
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> Subject: Re: [ecasound] building from cvs
> On Fri, 3 Nov 2000, Rob Coker wrote:
> > I downloaded the ecasound code from cvs yesterday and tried to make it.
> > When I ran automake, I got a ton of errors (I can submit an error log if
> > anyone wants it). aclocal ran fine. autoconf had a number of
> ':command not
> > found' errors. Needless to say, it didn't build right.
> Sounds weird. Just to make sure, try running 'cvscompile' on a clean
> tree. It should compile fine (just tested myself). If you still have
> problems, mail the errors logs to me personally and I'll take a look.
> . http://www.eca.cx ... [ audio software for linux ] /\ .
> . http://www.eca.cx/sculpscape [ my armchair-tunes mp3/ra/wav ]
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