[GRASS-user] Compiling weekly source; two make errors

Seth Price seth at pricepages.org
Thu Jun 25 00:59:30 EDT 2009

If it's non-functional, what's the best way to exclude it from the  
build cycle? Do I even need to worry about it, or can I just run 'make  
install' to get everything except r.li.setup?

On Jun 24, 2009, at 10:19 PM, Glynn Clements wrote:

> Seth Price wrote:
>> I'm having two errors while compiling. The first is "no rule to make
>> target", so perhaps something wrong with the build system? The  
>> second is a
>> missing include file, which is odd because it's there. I'm not  
>> exactly
>> sure what to make of it. (see the last few commands in the included  
>> log)
>> Am I doing anything wrong?
>> make -C r.li.setup || echo
>> /usr/local/grass/grass-7.0.svn_src_snapshot_2009_06_20/raster/r.li/ 
>> r.li.setup
>>>> /usr/local/grass/grass-7.0.svn_src_snapshot_2009_06_20/error.log
>> make[3]: *** No rule to make target
>> `/usr/local/grass/grass-7.0.svn_src_snapshot_2009_06_20/dist.i386- 
>> apple-darwin9.7.0/scripts/r.li.setup',
>> needed by `script'.  Stop.
> r.li.setup is currently non-functional.
> AFAICT, the immediate error is due to r.li.setup being a shell script,
> while the build system expects a Python script named r.li.setup.py.
> -- 
> Glynn Clements <glynn at gclements.plus.com>

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