cygwin build PSL

  • jhatt

    jhatt - 2009-05-28

    Hi All,

    I apologies if these are idiot questions, and I appreciate that PSL is still 'work in progress' but I'm a little stumped...

    Ultimately, I'm trying to build PSL under cygwin/WinXP.  I've followed the instructions, i.e.

    svn co ...
    rm -f pslbuild
    ./configure --with-psl
    The final lines of which are:
    config.status: executing depfiles commands
    make: *** No rule to make target `/home/<username>/reduce-algebra/trunk/psl/support-
    packages/xport-2.05/', needed by `/home/<username>/reduce-algebra/trunk/p
    sl/support-packages/xport-2.05/'.  Stop.
    configure: Will build this PSL using the win32 initial binaries
    configure: About to update PSL binaries from master web-site at ZIB
    /home/<username>/reduce-algebra/trunk/psl/configure: line 2507: ../xport/xport: No s
    uch file or directory
    chmod: cannot access `bpsl*': No such file or directory
    configure: creating ./config.status
    config.status: creating Makefile


    touch LGPLMANIFEST.dep
    /bin/sh.exe scripts/ - --unix
    Current machine tag is i686-pc-windows
    About to build in pslbuild/i686-pc-windows
    if ! test -d deps; then mkdir deps; fi
    touch deps/noncore-packages.psl-depend
    if ! test -d deps; then mkdir deps; fi
    touch deps/noncore-packages.psl-make
    if ! test -d deps; then mkdir deps; fi
    touch deps/core-packages.psl-depend
    if ! test -d deps; then mkdir deps; fi
    touch deps/core-packages.psl-make
    make[1]: *** No rule to make target `/home/<username>/reduce-algebra/trunk/psl/Makef', needed by `/home/<username>/reduce-algebra/trunk/psl/'.  Stop.

    I've tried redownloading, restart, cleaning etc, to no avail.  Any help would be most appreciated.

    Thanks very much,

    • pstnotpd

      pstnotpd - 2009-05-31

      Hi there,

      While I'm having trouble with the CSL build, I got a PSL build working from the head revision.
      In the CSL build there is a check for a high enough versions of cygwin autoconf and libtool. You might want to check that one.



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