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Re: Errors compiling revision 3543
On 5 May 2012 13:29, Wayne Stambaugh <stambaughw@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 5/5/2012 7:57 AM, David J S Briscoe wrote:
>> On 05/05/2012 12:02, Lorenzo Marcantonio wrote:
>>> On Sat, May 05, 2012 at 11:42:05AM +0100, David J S Briscoe wrote:
>>>> If you need any more info I will be pleased to supply it.
>>> It would be useful to actually know what the error was... are you sure there isn't more detail in the logs?
>>> Also it's strange, that file IIRC only contains an array declaration for the image...
>> Turns out it was the same problem as last time (detailed in this email
>> Thanks for your reply.
> Your welcome. I'm glad I could help out.
>> libgmp-10.dll is present in C:\kicad-winbuilder\kicad-winbuilder\mingw\bin
>> I have just added this directory to my path manually and the error has
>> disappeared. This is the first time that I have had this problem.
>> I think Brian is the person to sort this out, as it's his script. I
>> don't want to take up any more of your time as I'm sure you have enough
>> on your plate writing code for KiCAD.
> There have been some recent changes to mingw-get which Brian's script
> uses to pull MinGW that may require some updates to his build script.
> I've never used the Windows builder but I have plenty of experience with
> MinGW so I'm pretty versed on it's strengths and weaknesses.
>> I did the same thing again and it's compiling OK as I write this.
>> I have 2 copies of the MinGW compiler on my system and the script finds
>> the directory that does not contain the above file first and then complains.
>> The reason I've had to do this again is because I've removed/reinstalled
>> the other copy of MinGW a few times as well a the Kicad-winbuilder script.
>> I think that's the reason, could be wrong. I will move a copy of this
>> file to the other installation to make sure.
You can always file bugs like this against the kicad-winbuilder
project on launchpad so that I can address the problems.
I am currently rolling a new release of kicad-winbuilder so that it is
a complete sandbox environment. This will include cmake and bazaar
installs, so there will be no dependacies (it is essentially a
portable binary release). This should fix all issues like this, and
problems with having msys installed (or WinAvr which has msys
components in it's install).
Thanks for replying to this Wayne.