From: Karl Bongers <karl@tu...> - 2000-04-03 19:24:06
I had similiar trouble. Try going into SRC directory where SDCC source
lives. Run make from this directory, and watch carefully for why it
does not build. For me it errored out on AVR subproject, I went into AVR
and deleted the .o files, went back into SDCC\SRC and did a make.
It then compiled a SDCC binary for me.
At 06:49 AM 4/3/00 +0200, you wrote:
>After using sdcc win32 binaries, I wanted to move on to use source
>distribution. I followed step by step instructions for building with cygwin
>( I have full development version, b20). Only aslink , asx8051, sdcdb and
>sdcpp was built though. During compilation I have seen some warnings about
>c-code, errors like cannot find Makefile.dep, this file is obviously deleted
>by ./configure process and maybe one or two other. Do I need to go into
>detail to look for what is wrong, or is there some general solution (maybe I
>missed some option in cygwin settings (I use MAKE_MODE=UNIX) , or using
>wrong version or ?? ).
>Thanks for help
>Ing. Michal Gruncl
>tel.+420 /321 / 27753 /29
>fax. +420 /321/ 206 92
>nebo http://fly.to/promos (zkrácenì)
>ELSACO - Ing. Jindrich Franc
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From: Dai Yuwen <yuwen@mi...> - 2000-08-16 00:39:21
Have you successfully compiled the source of SDCC? If you have, an
executable called sdcc will be in the bin directory of the working
directory. Then you use `make install' to install SDCC.
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