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install:nix [2018/04/14 14:22]
digital man [Errors] Mention normal/expected errors when building libmozjs
install:nix [2019/01/01 22:28] (current)
digital man replace 316c references with 317b
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   - ''#​ [[install:​nix:​make|make]] install SYMLINK=1''​   - ''#​ [[install:​nix:​make|make]] install SYMLINK=1''​
  
-If you want to build a stable release from CVS, specify a valid release [[dev:​tags|tag]] on the make command-line (e.g. ''​sbbs316c''​):​ +If you want to build a stable release from CVS, specify a valid release [[dev:​tags|tag]] on the make command-line (e.g. ''​sbbs317b''​):​ 
-  - ''#​ [[install:​nix:​make|make]] install SYMLINK=1 **CVSTAG=sbbs316c**''​+  - ''#​ [[install:​nix:​make|make]] install SYMLINK=1 **CVSTAG=sbbs317b**''​
  
   * Note: these commands will make and install a //RELEASE// build of the software. To make and install a //DEBUG// build instead, pass ''​DEBUG=1''​ on the ''​make''​ command-lines.   * Note: these commands will make and install a //RELEASE// build of the software. To make and install a //DEBUG// build instead, pass ''​DEBUG=1''​ on the ''​make''​ command-lines.
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 If you want to build a stable release, replace the archive filenames above with valid release filenames: If you want to build a stable release, replace the archive filenames above with valid release filenames:
-  - replace ''​sbbs_dev.tgz''​ with ''​ssrc**316c**.tgz''​ +  - replace ''​sbbs_dev.tgz''​ with ''​ssrc**317b**.tgz''​ 
-  - replace ''​sbbs_run.tgz''​ with ''​srun**316c**.tgz''​+  - replace ''​sbbs_run.tgz''​ with ''​srun**317b**.tgz''​
  
 ==Using System Libraries== ==Using System Libraries==
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 ====== Clean Rebuild ====== ====== Clean Rebuild ======
  
-Occasionally,​ you may need to perform a //clean// rebuild. A clean build can generally be achieved by first executing ​"''​[[install:nix:​make|make]] RELEASE=1 clean''"​ in the ''​src/​sbbs3'' ​ and ''​src/sbbs3/​scfg''​ directories before performing your normal ''​make''​ command-lines (step 4 above), but sometimes (rarely) the clean command will need to be executed in one or all of the following directories first (e.g. when dependent files are deprecated and removed from CVS):  +Occasionally,​ you may need to perform a //clean// rebuild. A clean build can generally be achieved by first executing: 
-   * src/comio +  src/cleanall.sh RELEASE=1
-   * src/conio +
-   * src/​smblib +
-   * src/uifc +
-   * src/xpdev+
  
-**Note**: +**Note**:\\ 
-If you elect to build //debug// binaries (instead of //release// binaries), then you'll need to exclude the ''​RELEASE=1''​ portion from your ''​make clean'' ​commands. Otherwise, you'll be cleaning the ''​*.release''​ output directories when you really need to be cleaning the ''​*.debug''​ output directories. Likewise, if you're building and running //release// binaries, then you need to include the ''​RELEASE=1''​ portion on the ''​make clean'' ​commands as well. Alternatively,​ you can set your default build type in the file ''​localdefs.mk''​. The ''​localdefs.mk''​ file should be created by you in either in the ''​src/​build''​ directory (to apply to //​all// ​bulids), or within each directory you run ''​make'':​+If you elect to build //debug// binaries (instead of //release// binaries), then you'll need to //exclude// the ''​RELEASE=1''​ portion from the ''​cleanall.sh'' ​command. Otherwise, you'll be cleaning the ''​*.release''​ output directories when you really need to be cleaning the ''​*.debug''​ output directories. Likewise, if you're building and running //release// binaries, then you need to //include// the ''​RELEASE=1''​ portion on the ''​cleanall.sh'' ​commandsas ​well. Alternatively,​ you can set your default build type in the file ''​localdefs.mk''​. The ''​localdefs.mk''​ file should be created by you in either in the ''​src/​build''​ directory (to apply to //​all// ​builds), or within each directory you run ''​make'':​
   RELEASE=1   RELEASE=1
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