prologic at prologitech.com
Mon May 12 12:55:18 CEST 2003
On Mon, May 12, 2003 at 08:50:06PM +1000, James Mills wrote:
> On Mon, May 12, 2003 at 12:41:47PM +0200, Peter Vreman wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > Do I need the FPC sources installed in order to even use fpcmake ?
> > >
> > > $ fpcmake -v
> > > Processing Makefile.fpc
> > > Targets: "linux"
> > > Globals:
> > > FPCDIR = "/usr/lib/fpc/1.0.6"
> > > PACKAGESDIR = "$(FPCDIR)/packages/base $(FPCDIR)/packages/extra"
> > > UNITSDIR = "$(FPCDIR)/units/$(TARGET)"
> > > BASEDIR = "/home/mint/src"
> > > Required packages for linux: rtl
> > > Package "rtl": Looking for Makefile.fpc:
> > > "/usr/lib/fpc/1.0.6/rtl/Makefile.fpc
> > > /usr/lib/fpc/1.0.6/packages/base/rtl/Makefile.fpc
> > > /usr/lib/fpc/1.0.6/packages/extra/rtl/Makefile.fpc "
> > > Package "rtl": Looking for Package.fpc:
> > > "/usr/lib/fpc/1.0.6/rtl/Package.fpc
> > > /usr/lib/fpc/1.0.6/units/linux/rtl/Package.fpc "
> > > Error: Target "linux", package "rtl" not found
> > >
> > > I have tried every possibility then finally tried verbosity -v ...
> > >
> > > Any ideas ?
> > The sources are not needed, it uses Package.fpc files which are installed
> > in the units directory.
> > In the above situation it should find a Package.fpc in the directory
> > /usr/lib/fpc/1.0.6/units/linux/rtl
Actually I just checked. There are no Package.fpc files anywhere in my
units directory ? grrrrr, time to speak with the maintainer me thinks :P
I suppose you would highly reccomend installing FPC from the sources now
wouldn't you ? :)
> I don't understand why it says:
> Error: Target "linux", package "rtl" not found
> Could you show me an example Makefile.fpc ?
> > I don't have a debian machine at work so i can't test what is installed by
> > the fp-units-rtl package
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