"make: *** No rule to make target `/mozcrt19.dll', needed by `libs'." cause by |--enable-jemalloc|
Windows 2000: Visual C++ 2005sp1 (Express Ed.) + Platform SDK 2003r2
Without the latter option, build completes and runs fine.
Would you have any hint on what could cause/solve this error ?
On Fri, Jul 25, 2008 at 7:57 PM, Serge Gautherie <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Windows 2000: Visual C++ 2005sp1 (Express Ed.) + Platform SDK 2003r2...'make test_prep' and 'make test_harness'
From past experience I know that once you have compiled the perl
executable with 'make', you are not quite ready to start running tests.
You have to call 'make test_prep', whether implicitly -- as when you
call 'make test' -- or explicitly because you want to run individual tests.
On a slower machine, 'make test_prep' can take a couple of minutes to
run. Among other things, it has to do a 'make' on all the modules which
are part of core:
$ make test_prep
../miniperl -Ilib make_ext.pl cpan/Archive-Extract/pm_to_blib MAKE=make
LIBPER...No rule to make target `nspr4.pdb', needed by `export'
Window with MS compiler, trunk checkout.
I deleted my obj-* directory changed my .mozconfig to read:
make -f client.mk build
The build failed with
No rule to make target `nspr4.pdb', needed by `export'
John J Barton schrieb:
> Window with MS compiler, trunk checkout.
> I deleted my obj-* directory changed my .mo...No rule to make target `-lpthread', needed by `libmozjs.so'. Stop.
I've been building Seamonkey for several years. I use the hg clone,
etc. etc. for getting the source code and compiling.
Since switching to Slackware 64 bit I have been unable to compile.
In another thread I asked if there were a 64 bit How-To and was advised
that the same build instructions should work for either arch.
Again, since upgrading this has not been possible. The build quits with:
No rule to make target `-lpthread', needed by `libmozjs.so'. Stop.
mk_add_option...The type '<class>' exists in both '<dll location>' and '<dll location 2>'
Hi. Has anyone come across this problem upgrading VS2003 to VS2005:The type '<class>' exists in both '<dll location>' and '<dll location 2>' Thanks!
Did you finish the process of migrate project form 2003 to 2005?
The error message means duplicate class name in different locations. Such as aspx pages, user controls, custom controls and so on. Please load the solution in Visual Studio IDE try to find the duplicate class.
Edit->File and Replace->Find In Files (look in entire solution)
Sincerely,Benson YuMicrosoft Online...The type '<class>' exists in both '<dll location>' and '<dll location 2>'
For some reason though it appears that one of my class files (_common.cs - in the App_Code directory) is being
included in the WAP .dll file as well as when it compiles the App_Code
CS0433: The type 'inlinehockey._common' exists in both
and 'c:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET
The error was not knowing what dll to use for
the type w...DetailsView Converts '<' & '>' to '<' & '>'
I have multi-line textboxes from which the data is stored as a text value in the SQL database. Before the data is passed to the stored procedure, the text is parsed to replace all vbNewLIne and vbLf cases with "<br/>". This is done successfully, storing the text in the database with the "<br/>" tags. When the data is displayed, I want the text data dropped into the page as is; meaning "<br/>" in the database appears as "<br/>" in the source. However, the DetailsView object into which the values are being passed seems to be trans...comm-central: No rule to make target `../shared/x11/libwidget_shared_x11.a', needed by `libxpwidgets_s.a'.
(Sorry to post a couple of articles in succession. But I need to compile
successfully in order to produce a tidied up working patch for a
No rule to make target `../shared/x11/libwidget_shared_x11.a', needed by
Building TB3 using comm-central, I encountered the following problem
today. (The error occurs in ./mozilla subdirectory.)
make: Entering directory
make: *** No rule to make target
`../shared/x11/libwidget_shared_x11.a', needed...Give access to non virtual folder through configuration entry? ERROR: <location> path attribute must be a relative virtual path. It cannot contain any of '?' ':' '\' '*' '"' '<' '>' or '|'.
I have a webpage running under a virtual directory that is mapped to d:/webapplication that produces an excel spreadsheet, the page calls a library object that generates a report and places it in a folder d:/attachments. This folder is not in the virtual directory. When I access the webpage i click a button and it attemps to return the created spreadsheet as a mim content type application/vnd.ms-excel.
However i getting redirected back to the login page of the application. Ive also noticed that the excel spreadsheet has not even been created at this location. So assuming this...Why different results with 'make smoke' from 'make test'
From 'make test':
1/9 skipped: various reasons
1/8 skipped: various reasons
.... and these have been the results for these tests for months.
Same box (ppc-darwin, Mac 0S X 10.4.11), 'make smoke' (possibly a few
# Failed test (t/dynpmc/foo.t at line 57)
# Exited with error code: 1
# Class 'Foo' not found
# current instr.: 'main&...'make --jobs all', 'make --jobs test', and concurrency
I have a computer with a multi-core processor, Debian 7, and Perl
5.14.2. 'make --jobs all' seems to run concurrently, but 'make --jobs
test' seems to be single-threaded. Is there a way to run tests
On Sat, 16 Nov 2013 22:15:14 -0800
David Christensen <email@example.com> wrote:
> I have a computer with a multi-core processor, Debian 7, and Perl=20
> 5.14.2. 'make --jobs all' seems to run concurrently, but 'make --jobs=20
> test' seems to ...build error, "No rule to make target `_xpidlgen/nsIMicrosummaryService.h', needed by `export'"
I use Ubuntu 8.04.
when i build firefox-3.0.5(i have also tried firefox-3.0.3 and
firefox-3.0.4), and i get some error message:
make: *** No rule to make target `_xpidlgen/nsIMicrosummaryService.h',
needed by `export'. Stop.
make: Leaving directory
Now,what should i do to fix this error?
---...'make' problems with 'encoding' POD command
For a context, my most recent CPAN upload is
http://search.cpan.org/~duncand/Locale-KeyedText-1.01_1/ and its POD
sections start out with the "=encoding utf8" command paragraph.
I tested this distro and it passes its test suite fine, both under
Perl 5.8.1RC3 and Perl 5.8.6. However, under both the 'make' stage
gives the following error when manifying the POD:
lib/Locale/KeyedText.pm:10: Unknown command paragraph "=encoding utf8"
Now, the line that is being flagged is identical to both the online
perlpod do...'<name>' is not a member of '<classname>'
I am posting this question as I am unsure how to proceed. I recently migrated a web project from .net 2003 to 2005. I have been able to work out most of the issues, but, unfortunaltely I am left with a few I do not understand. The error shows Error 17 'ddlQualSource' is not a member of 'CwMerge.ucFileUpload'. When I look for the object which is DropDownList it exists on a web form. The only 2 references to this object is in the HTML and the code below showing when it is loading with data. What I need to do is use the users selection later on in the project on a different web f...