When I try compiling this new plugin (fort the change bin disk support)
I got these errors :
Plugin.c:27:20: erreur: Config.h : Aucun fichier ou dossier de ce type
Plugin.c: In function ‘gpuShowPic’:
Plugin.c:56: attention : assignment makes pointer from integer without a cast
Plugin.c: In function ‘KeyStateSave’:
Plugin.c:86: attention : assignment makes pointer from integer without a cast
Plugin.c: In function ‘KeyStateLoad’:
Plugin.c:96: attention : assignment makes pointer from integer without a cast
Plugin.c: In function ‘PADhandleKey’:
Plugin.c:188: attention : assignment makes pointer from integer without a cast
Plugin.c:206: attention : assignment makes pointer from integer without a cast
Plugin.c: In function ‘OpenPlugins’:
Plugin.c:437: erreur: ‘pcsx_gui_prefs’ undeclared (first use in this function)
Plugin.c:437: erreur: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
Plugin.c:437: erreur: for each function it appears in.)
make: *** [Plugin.o] Erreur 1
make: quittant le répertoire « /home/quentin/compilation/pcsx-df-1.9/gui »
make: *** [all-recursive] Erreur 1
I am a newby in compilation, so these errors may be fix very easy ...
Thank you for your help and my congratulations for your very good work on this emulator.
Have you downloaded the latest version from CVS?
What configure flags are you using?
First I forgot to tell you that I'm using Fedora 10
Yes I downloaded the latest pcsx-df-1.9/gui/plugin.c from the CVS
I used the ./configure --prefix=/usr/local flag
But if I post this report, it's more for helping you (am I really helping you or someone in posting this ? I don't know, it's my first report in a free project ...) than for helping me (because I already fix the problem by reboot on windows for 5 min)
Hm, you shouldn't need to reboot to fix this. I suspect if you downloaded just the .c file using your browser, rather than using cvs on the command line to update your source directory, that might have caused the issue.
But thanks for reporting the problem!
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