I will Try the Latest CVS Version to see If It can work Again. Give you
some news in the comming Week
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> Thanks Brian for your detailed response. I'm going to try your
> suggestions right now.
> BTW, someone knows what the pthreads package could be? I've already
> installed all base, lib and devel packages :?
> Brian Gerkey wrote:
>> On Tue, 21 Sep 2004, Alex R. Mosteo wrote:
>>> I'm trying to build player/stage with cygwin after reading some
>>> encouraging messages/news. However, I'm failing miserably.
>>> I've first tried with the latest releases and then with HEAD from cvs=
>>> but since I haven't compiled even rtk2 I think it doesn't matter.
>>> If I'm not mistaken, CVS should compile without patching, it isn't?
>> It could be that recent changes in CVS have broken it wrt Cygwin. See
>> you have better luck with the state of CVS right after Bernard's patch=
>> went in, e.g.:
>> $ cvs co -D "14 Jul 2004" rtk2
>> If that builds, then we can do some diffing to figure out what got
>>> Well, I get into rtk2 and after downloading all the cygwin packages
>>> indicated in some other post, setting the PKG_... environment
>>> variable, I issue a bootstrap/configure.
>>> In the configure process I already see that inttypes is not detected,
>>> but the file is right there in /usr/include. ??
>>> When compiling, these are the errors I get (almost instantly):
>>> rtk.c:36: pthread.h: No such file or directory
>>> rtk.c:38: gdk/gdkkeysyms.h: No such file or directory
>>> In file included from ..\ffmpeg\libavcodec\avcodec.h:4,
>>> from rtk.c:41:
>>> ..\ffmpeg\libavcodec\common.h:95: inttypes.h: No such file or directo=
>>> In file included from rtk.c:45:
>>> rtk.h:32: gtk/gtk.h: No such file or directory
>>> pthread.h: I'm missing some cygwin package?
>> Possibly. You'll definitely need to figure this out, because Player
>> won't build without pthreads.
>>> The gdk/gtk related files: I'm sure that configure has detected the
>>> gtk2/gnome libraries, and these files are there. What can be happenin=
>> Have you been able to build a GTK example program? If not, try that
>> first, to verify that your GTK installation is working.
>>> Finally, the inttypes.h which is also present but unrecognized.
>> That error is coming from the ffmpeg library, which is used to make
>> from rtk applications. It's not necessary, so if you can't get it to
>> compile, then disable it:
>> $ ./configure --disable-libavcodec
>>> Any insight? I'm completely stuck.
>> Hope this helps; I haven't actually tried to build on Cygwin in a coup=
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