those sub files/modules are just portion of more sophisiticated
program that needs those modules.
It seems that debugging is another huge problem to deal
with, really wonder how am I supposed debug it visually for each
execution step of that sophisticated program ?
> Date: Sat, 24 Dec 2011 19:46:01 +0400
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> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [Mingw-users] how to run the compilation
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> On 24.12.2011 19:26, Sonya Blade wrote:
> > ok but how am I supposed to compile the following
> > complains about
> > not found file or directory. sh:matc : No such file
> > sh: ./configure : No Such file or directory make
:*** No targets
> > specified and no makefile found make :*** No rule to
> > "install". Stop
> > And same for other modules.
> > it's obvious that I'm missing some of the
> > etc..
> Obviously, you're missing a "matc" directory, which,
> contains the source code and buildsystem files for "matc"
> whatever it is). Either that, or there's a subtle error
in the script
> that i can't find just by glancing at it.
> Or maybe you're running the script in the wrong directory
(it must be
> the directory that contains "matc", "umfpack" and other
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