[opensource-dev] Is 'STANDALONE' confusing?
Philippe (Merov) Bossut
merov at lindenlab.com
Thu Mar 3 23:46:44 PST 2011
On Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 2:31 AM, Jonathan Welch <jhwelch at gmail.com> wrote:
> > In case where you cannot (or don't want to) use the LL prebuilt binary
> > fmod) and/or do not have them in some system folder (Find<package>.cmake
> > won't find them), you can (or should) specify a path using:
> > -D<package>_INCLUDE_DIR=<path> -D<package>_LIBRARY=<path>
> I tried many variations of this for Fmod, with "/" and "\" in the path,
> in the autobuild configure step but could not get it to work.
> From my configure .bat file:
> Directory of e:\olibs\linden\libraries\include
> 11/24/2010 09:30 AM <DIR> .
> 11/24/2010 09:30 AM <DIR> ..
> 10/28/2005 10:58 AM 74,634 fmod.h
> 11/09/2005 11:59 AM 39,872 fmoddyn.h
> 10/28/2005 10:59 AM 1,721 fmod_errors.h
> I still get the error fmod.h not found
> Am I missing something obvious or is this supposed to work but doesn't?
On another thread, Twisted was reporting success with using the following:
autobuild --debug configure -c VC10msbuildRelWithDebInfo --
-DLL_TESTS:BOOL=OFF -DFMOD:BOOL=ON -DFMOD_INCLUDE_DIR=C:\Dev\fmod
Of course, we are talking about using autobuild here. I suppose this is what
you've been trying to get going as well.
My advice would be:
- Try adding the -DFMOD_INCLUDE_DIR=E:\olibs\linden\libraries\include on the
command line directly.
- If you're not using a Cygwin command line, add it in the relevant
configuration in autobuild.xml
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