Iconv error

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2008-11-15
2012-10-09
  • Asaf YURDAKUL

    Asaf YURDAKUL - 2008-11-15

    I have installed all requiretmens file like desciribed on wiki for rebuild source.
    I have choosen Building with MinGW32. when I run "cmake -G "MSYS Makefiles" ../.."
    I have an error like
    "Cmake error : Could not find Iconv"
    Plase help me.

     
    • barrykgerdes

      barrykgerdes - 2008-11-16

      Hi
      I just made a two page step by step instruction and lost it before I could save it. I won't write it again

      it basically said install the dependancies EXACTLY as described in the wiki

      Make sure the environment variables are set (see the notes at the end)

      When you get the cmakecache.txt it will need to be manually edited to show the path to boost and SDL_MIXER path

      If you get the error can't find qmake. erase everything and start again.

      Barry

       
    • Asaf YURDAKUL

      Asaf YURDAKUL - 2008-11-15

      Also I m using Vista Home Premium. I am trying build to Stellarium 0-10-0 verison.

       
    • astronomy buff

      astronomy buff - 2008-11-16

      First be absolutely sure you have all the dependencies installed in the correct order.
      Then check the file "CMakeCache.txt" and be sure the references to iconv are correct. This is the most likely problem.
      If this doesn't work, check your environmental variables.

       
  • JiangBin Feng

    JiangBin Feng - 2010-12-27

    CMake Error at cmake/FindIconv.cmake:56 (MESSAGE):
    Could not find Iconv
    Call Stack (most recent call first):
    CMakeLists.txt:193 (FIND_PACKAGE)

    -- Configuring incomplete, errors occurred!

    I have the same problem,while I compiled it in Win7

     
  • barrykgerdes

    barrykgerdes - 2010-12-27

    Hi
    This is a common error.
    Delete your cmakecache.txt
    Check that libiconv-1.9.2.exe, gettext-0.14.4.exe and zlib1.2.3.exe have been
    installed correctly in \Qt\4.7.1\mingw
    check that the paths to mingw\lib, include and bin are in your environment
    variables.
    start cmake -G "MSYS Makefiles" ../.. again
    If the problem persists locate the missing files and manually edit the
    cmakechache.txt with the correct path

    Barry

     
  • Yamini

    Yamini - 2012-06-15

    It encountered the same errors even after editing the CMakeCache. I am not too
    sure if I am editing correctly. What exactly are the changes to be made?

    Please reply ASAP. Running on deadline.

     


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