[fpc-pascal]Can't seem to cycle a new compiler
baron.kractor at cogeco.ca
Tue Mar 2 22:19:24 CET 2004
Vincent Snijders wrote:
>On Tue, 02 Mar 2004 15:48:25 -0500
>kractor <baron.kractor at cogeco.ca> wrote:
>>Michael.VanCanneyt at Wisa.be wrote:
>>>These are known problems.
>>>You must start with a 1.0.10 compiler when you create a new 1.9.X compiler.
>>>Some older (even quite recent) 1.9.x versions won't work.
>>oh, so if i've already built / installed cvs version, then have to
>>remove that and re-install 1.0.10 to build updated cvs?
>Yes, but no complete reinstall is necessary, only the 1.0.10 ppc386.exe.
>So next time before you install 1.9.x, save the old (1.0.10) ppc386.exe. For
>example rename it to ppc386-release.exe.
>fpc-pascal maillist - fpc-pascal at lists.freepascal.org
went so far as to completely reinstall 1.0.10 just to be on the safe
side, and i'm still getting the same error I was w/ the cvs compiler i
had been using ...
make -C image clean
Makefile:154: *** The Makefile doesn't support target win32, please run
fpcmake first. Stop.
make: Entering directory `C:/CVS/fpc/fcl/image'
make: Leaving directory `C:/CVS/fpc/fcl/image'
make: *** [image_clean] Error 2
make: Leaving directory `C:/CVS/fpc/fcl'
make: *** [fcl_distclean] Error 2
this is the error message i get when trying a "make distclean" in the
directory to which i fetched the fpc cvs sources
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