[Gtkradiant] gtkradiant on HPUX
Sun, 6 Jan 2002 16:41:01 +0100
I don't think there's a straight way of reconfiguring cons to use cc
instead of gcc, but we don't use any gcc specific features. You will need
a fairly standard C++ compiler and things should be fine. I believe that
HP-UX's cc only does C, and that CC does C++. In you path, just create a
symlink from gcc to cc? (or to CC?).
use the result for:
ln -s <result> gcc
(and make sure when you type 'gcc' in the shell, cc starts)
On Sun, 6 Jan 2002 10:22:35 -0500
"Aaron Newcomb" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Ok. I DL'd the latest source and now at least things are looking better.
> Now when I run cons it complains about not having gcc (makes sense). Here
> is the output ...
> gcc -g -D_DEBUG -Ilibs -c Debug/libs/cmdlib/cmdlib.cpp -o
> cons: failed to execute "gcc" (No such file or directory). Is this an
> executable on path "/bin:/usr/bin"?
> cons: *** [Debug/libs/cmdlib/cmdlib.o] Error 2
> cons: errors constructing Debug/libs/cmdlib/cmdlib.o
> Is it possible to use cc instead of gcc? Otherwise I could try to install
> gcc, but I have never done this on HPUX before.
> ------------- Original message follows -------------
> > Ignoring missing script "Construct" at ./cons line 720.
> cons alone on the command line in the GtkRadiant dir should be enough to
> get it started...
> _But_ it looks from the directory name you have that you have an older
> from loki's cvs...
> cvs -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvs login
> cvs -z3 -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvs co -r Alpha
> should atleast get you the last stable release, You can probably see from
> the above cvs address that its now hosted on an id server.
> Gef :]
> Aaron Newcomb
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