On 6/13/08, Ari Johnson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 12, 2008 at 10:55 PM, bugs buggy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>  > Ari, when you get the time, is it possible to write down someplace
>  > what all is involved in building the mac builds the way you want it to
>  > be done?
>  > In the forums, ( http://forums.wz2100.net/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=1747 ),
>  > people have issues, but I don't know what the 'correct' fix is, or how
>  > to explain the process to them.
> That documentation is cleverly hidden in macosx/README.BUILD.txt where
>  it has been located since I first created the Mac port. :)
LOL :o ... guess you can tell I never even bothered to look.

>  >
>  > That way, it would be easier to know what breaks, (and how NOT to
>  > break) mac builds.
> That's one thing I try to keep consistent and which has not been
>  maintained as faithfully by other developers: A simple build process
>  that has as its only prerequisites Mac OS X 10.4 or higher, Xcode, and
>  the Warzone sources.  Given those things, it has (ever since I
>  converted the port to an Xcode project) been a single command in the
>  terminal that generates the .app.

I wonder if it could be possible for you (or someone you trust) to
allow remote logins into your machine, and then see if it still builds
ok or not?  Or can't you build something that way?
Or, perhaps you can have a script that autobuilds the source code, and
if it fails, you send a automated e-mail to the ML, saying that rxxxx
broke mac builds. (or something like that.)
That way, we know there is a problem that needs fixing ASAP.

You wouldn't happen to know what causes (or caused)  this would you:
bison\ -y\ -d\ -o\"${INPUT_FILE_BASE}\".tab.h\ \"${INPUT_FILE_PATH}\"\
||\ exit\ 1
bison\ -y\ -d\ -o\"${INPUT_FILE_BASE}\".tab.c\ \"${INPUT_FILE_PATH}\"\
||\ exit\ 1
unrecognized: %name_prefix
Skipping to next %
unrecognized: %destructor
Skipping to next %

Or is that now fixed?
It seems weird it sees %name_prefix, and not %name-prefix.

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