February 1, 2018 at 2:02 am #13405
I just Pulled the latest version of monkey2 and chipmunk no longer seems to work. If I try and run the hellochipmunk banana I get the following compile error. The module is building ok without errors:Monkey12345678910111213141516171819Build error: System command failed:g++ -c -std=c++11 -D_WIN32_WINNT=0x0603 -m32 -Os -I"C:/monkey2/modules/" -I"C:/monkey2/modules/monkey/native" -I"C:/monkey2/bananas/hellochipmunk/" -I"C:/monkey2/modules/chipmunk/Chipmunk7/include/" -I"C:/monkey2/modules/freetype/freetype-2.6.3/include/" -I"C:/monkey2/modules/openal/openal-soft/include/" -I"C:/monkey2/modules/sdl2/SDL/include/" -DBB_NEWREFLECTION -I"C:/monkey2/bananas/hellochipmunk/hellochimpmunk.buildv1.1.10/windows_debug/build/" -o "C:/monkey2/bananas/hellochipmunk/hellochimpmunk.buildv1.1.10/windows_debug/build/_1include_2_0r.cpp_r.o" "C:/monkey2/bananas/hellochipmunk/hellochimpmunk.buildv1.1.10/windows_debug/include/_r.cpp"In file included from C:/monkey2/bananas/hellochipmunk/hellochimpmunk.buildv1.1.10/windows_debug/include/_r.cpp:8:0:C:/monkey2/bananas/hellochipmunk/hellochimpmunk.buildv1.1.10/windows_debug/include/hellochimpmunk_chipmunkdebugger.h:15:75: fatal error: monkey/monkey.buildv1.1.10/windows_debug/include/monkey_types.h: No such file or directory#include "monkey/monkey.buildv1.1.10/windows_debug/include/monkey_types.h"^compilation terminated.***** Fatal mx2cc error *****Internal mx2cc build error
Any ideas?February 1, 2018 at 3:09 pm #13411
It’s working here with almost latest dev branch (27-01-2017)!February 1, 2018 at 4:52 pm #13413
Thanks for checking, I think actually it’s because there’s no debug version of the modules, will rebuild again and see if that works 🙂
Edit: Yep that worked. There was a module (wpm-game) that wasn’t compiling so the rebuildall script was finishing early and I didn’t notice.February 1, 2018 at 10:11 pm #13415
What host platform is this? I’ve tweaked the windows rebuild batch files to halt on any error but not the .sh files yet (not sure how).
Also, If you build modules in IDE it should error out if one module fails to build.February 3, 2018 at 12:17 am #13429
This was on Windows, I didn’t try the ide rebuild yet, will do that next time.
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