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Hi Chris. Some one else reported this just recently under OpenBSD. It
seems that sed inside configure throws an error at the end in the Makefile
generation process. I haven't been able to look at it yet, but it's easy
to reproduce just by running configure in the support/cpp2 directory.
I'll try to look at it over this weekend but my only FreeBSD machine is
remote and I don't know if I can tie up the phone line that long :)
I've cc'ed this to the sdcc-devel list incase they have seen this before.
- -- Michael
On Sat, 24 Nov 2001, Christopher Piggott HOME wrote:
> Hi Michael,
> I am working on a cocktail pinball machine:
> which uses a Z-80. Unfortunately, the switch matrix has a problem. To
> debug it I want to write some test software, and I would like to use sdcc.
> I'm having a lot of trouble getting it to compile under FreeBSD. The first
> problem seems to be with ./configure which produces a 0-byte Makefile.
> -rw-r--r-- 1 chrisp chrisp 0 Nov 24 11:26 ./support/cpp2/Makefile
> FreeBSD compilation shouldn't be much different than linux. In fact, older
> versions of sdcc (without Z80 support) build fine under FreeBSD. I do
> notice that I have to run 'gmake' not 'make' to get it to build.
> How do you suggest I proceed? Maybe we can work together to fix it, and add
> it to the next release package.
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