Chameleon

Issue 145: Latest trunk won't compile

Reported by Nick Awesome, Aug 16, 2011

xCode 4.2
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================= make all for i386 =================
================= make all for util =================
	[LD32] dyldsymboltool_32
	[LD64] dyldsymboltool_64
	[LIPO] dyldsymboltool
Make[2]: rm: No such file or directory
make[2]: *** [/Users/Awesome/trunk/sym/i386/dyldsymboltool] Error 1
make[1]: *** [all] Error 2
make: *** [all] Error 2

Comment 1 by Evan Lojewski, Aug 16, 2011

Xcode 4.2 has not been released yet. Please compile with Xcode 3.2.x 
- Xcode 4.1

When Xcode 4.2 is released, we'll look into it.

Comment 2 by Nick Awesome, Aug 16, 2011

oh, ok. downloading 4.1
btw, everything was fine just several revisions back

Comment 3 by Nick Awesome, Aug 16, 2011

Well.. Xcode 4.1 Exactly the same fail. is there way to fix this 
officially ? guess need just remove one string from make.

Comment 4 by Cosmosis Jones, Aug 16, 2011

i dont' get this error are u running on a case sensitive fs?

Comment 5 by Nick Awesome, Aug 17, 2011

No, just Extended Journaled.

sudo chmod 777 /Users/Awesome/trunk
sudo chown Awesome:wheel /Users/Awesome/trunk

also didn't help. so it's not permission issues.

r1414, still won't compile, 1388 was fine :(

Comment 6 by Azimutz, Aug 18, 2011

I just tried with XCode 4.2 for Snow, installed on 10.6.7 and got no 
problems compiling r1420, besides 3 LD warnings...

        [LD] boot.sys
ld: warning: using ld_classic
	[dyldsymboltool] Symbols.dylib
	[LD] boot.sys
ld: warning: using ld_classic
	[dyldsymboltool] Symbols.dylib
	[LD] boot.sys
ld: warning: using ld_classic

... and it boots fine.
Still, i use XCode 3 on the main system (10.6.8).

Comment 7 by Nick Awesome, Aug 18, 2011

guess it's the system problem I am already reinstalled Xcode 2 
times, still fail compile

Comment 8 by Azimutz, Aug 18, 2011

I'd suspect of the XCode install or Chameleon checkout, but i guess 
it can be other mysterious thing...
Uninstall XCode completely

$ sudo <Xcode>/Library/uninstall-devtools --mode=all

and install again. And get a fresh checkout of the trunk.
If you still have the same problem, it's a mystery :)

Comment 9 by Nick Awesome, Aug 18, 2011

heh I found the problem...:
$ sudo Developer/Library/uninstall-devtools --mode=all
$ reboot
Install Xcode
$ reboot
$ rm -r ~/trunk
BAH! 
-bash: rm: command not found
rm not found?... wtf...
well, I downloaded rm from the internet to /bin/ problem solved. 
noone knows who the killer...

Comment 10 by Evan Lojewski, Aug 18, 2011

Status: Invalid

Comment 11 by Azimutz, Aug 18, 2011

Well, it all pointed to rm, but i was finding it odd to be missing. 
You better refresh your install, either with a fresh one or by 
installing over.. all your settings will be kept.
Case closed :)

Created: 8 years 2 months ago by Nick Awesome

Updated: 8 years 2 months ago

Status: Invalid

Followed by: 3 persons

Labels:
Priority:Medium
Type:Defect