[kokua-dev] Building Linux64
nickyperian at yahoo.com
Sat Jun 16 19:01:29 PDT 2012
Hi, looks like you are up late.
I haven't read all the background.
Having kokua autobuild and LL autobuild is tricky.
1. do not do a python autobuild install. If you have remove it.
2. invoke ~/autobuild/bin/autobuild configure -blah blah OR
3. ln -s to the above in /usr/bin or other path directory and name it autobuild.
IMO, 3 is best.
2. assumes that kokua autobuild was cloned into that directory.
Thanks for getting involved.
> From: Emily Björk <bjoerk.emily at gmail.com>
>To: Kokua Viewer development discussion list <kokua-dev at lists.kokuaviewer.org>
>Sent: Saturday, June 16, 2012 7:44 PM
>Subject: Re: [kokua-dev] Building Linux64
>I hope this is what you asked for:
>$ cd kokua
>$ hg paths
>default = http://bitbucket.org/kokua/kokua
>$ hg identify
>$ cd ../autobuild/
>$ hg paths
>default = https://bitbucket.org/kokua/autobuild
>$ hg identify
>2012/6/17 Borun (a.k.a. Boroondas Gupte) <borun at kokuaviewer.org>:
>> On 06/16/2012 07:22 PM, Emily Björk wrote:
>>> Oh poop, I'm terrible at mailing-lists... I should have clicked reply all right?
>> Preferably "reply to list", but not all mail clients have that.
>> Otherwise either "reply all" and remove all recipients except the list
>> address, or just "reply" and edit the recipient to be the list.
>> [I (Borun) have rearranged the remaining quotes for readability.]
>>> 2012/6/16 Emily Björk <bjoerk.emily at gmail.com>:
>>>> 2012/6/16 Borun (a.k.a. Boroondas Gupte) <borun at kokuaviewer.org>:
>>>>> On 06/16/2012 06:05 PM, Emily Björk wrote:
>>>>>> Hi I'm looking at setting up a 64bit Linux build environment but I ran
>>>>>> into a snag.
>>>>>> Why is the source compiled with "-m32" for 64bit builds? This prevents
>>>>>> the generation of x86_64 instructions [...]
>>>>> This should not happen if you set AUTOBUILD_PLATFORM_OVERRIDE as advised
>>>>> at http://wiki.kokuaviewer.org/wiki/Building_with_autobuild#linux_64_bit
>>>> Okay that was my fault, I apparently forgot to source the script where
>>>> I put that export.
>>>> Now I get this:
>>>> $ pwd
>>>> $ hg paths
>>>> default = https://bitbucket.org/kokua/autobuild
>>>> $ echo $PATH
>>>> $ cd ../kokua/
>>>> $ export AUTOBUILD_PLATFORM_OVERRIDE='linux64'
>>>> $ autobuild configure -c RelWithDebInfoOS -- -DLL_TESTS=OFF
>>>> ERROR: no configuration for platform 'linux64' found; one may be
>>>> created using 'autobuild edit platform'
>>>> For more information: try re-running your command with --verbose or --debug
>>>> $ echo $AUTOBUILD_PLATFORM_OVERRIDE
>>>> Any ideas?
>>> Also this to clarify, I hope I'm not running the wrong autobuild:
>>> $ which autobuild
>> If that was cloned from https://bitbucket.org/kokua/autobuild , it
>> should be the right one. What source (please name repository URL and
>> changeset hash) are you trying to build with that?
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