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#11
It seems revision 2145 has got some troubles building on GNU/Linux:

Code:
-------------- Build: Release in x86emitter ---------------

Compiling: ../../src/x86emitter/groups.cpp
../../include/x86emitter/x86types.h: In function ‘void x86Emitter::_g1_EmitOp(x86Emitter::G1Type, const x86Emitter::xRegisterInt&, int)’:
../../include/x86emitter/x86types.h:55: sorry, unimplemented: inlining failed in call to ‘void x86Emitter::xWrite(T) [with T = char]’: function body not available
/home/montblanc/Pacchetti/PCSX2/pcsx2-svn/common/src/x86emitter/groups.cpp:93: sorry, unimplemented: called from here
Process terminated with status 1 (0 minutes, 1 seconds)
2 errors, 0 warnings
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#12
Ok, should be fixed in r2148.
Jake Stine (Air) - Programmer - PCSX2 Dev Team
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#13
It's ok!
EDIT: It seems pcsx2 is now complaining about a gcc4.4 illegal instruction:

Code:
Compiling: ../VUops.cpp
/home/montblanc/Pacchetti/PCSX2/pcsx2-svn/pcsx2/VUops.cpp: In function ‘void _vuRegsSUBAw(VURegs*, _VURegsNum*)’:
/home/montblanc/Pacchetti/PCSX2/pcsx2-svn/pcsx2/VUops.cpp:2289: internal compiler error: Istruzione illecita
Please submit a full bug report,
with preprocessed source if appropriate.
See <file:///usr/share/doc/gcc-4.4/README.Bugs> for instructions.
Process terminated with status 1 (2 minutes, 59 seconds)
1 errors, 6 warnings
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#14
I want to attempt to build PCSX2 Beta 1888 on Chakra. (ArchLinux).
But I'm not exactly sure what the dependencies are...
Has anyone gotten B1888 to build on their computer?
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#15
Why do you need 1888? For legacy use 1736, otherwise -- 2201 would be correct choises.
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#16
Where are the depencies listed for 2201?
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#17
In rev 2273 I got that:
"The configured GS plugin file is not a valid dynamic library
/tmp/pcsx2/bin/plugins/libZeroGSogld.so.0.96.2
Press Ok to go to the Plugin Configuration Panel."
What's wrong? I have no another error message.
upd: I simply forgot some libraries from 32bit system.
Gentoo Linux x86(chroot)
Intel Core2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz
nVidia Geforce 8800GT
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#18
When I try to compile r2315 on x86_64 Linux (Ubuntu 9.10), I get
Code:
||=== x86emitter, Debug ===|
/usr/include/wx-2.8/wx/string.h|827|error: ‘wxChar& wxString::operator[](unsigned int)’ cannot be overloaded|
/usr/include/wx-2.8/wx/string.h|824|error: with ‘wxChar& wxString::operator[](size_t)’|
||=== Build finished: 2 errors, 0 warnings ===|

On i686 however, everything works fine expect

Code:
||=== SPU2-X, Debug ===|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/Dependencies.h|60|error: wx/string.h: No such file or directory|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/Dependencies.h|61|error: wx/gdicmn.h: No such file or directory|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/Dependencies.h|62|error: wx/intl.h: No such file or directory|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/Dependencies.h|63|error: wx/log.h: No such file or directory|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/StringHelpers.h|20|error: wx/tokenzr.h: No such file or directory|
../../../../common/include/Pcsx2Types.h|100|error: 'u32' does not name a type|
../../../../common/include/Pcsx2Types.h|101|error: 's32' does not name a type|
../../../../common/include/Pcsx2Types.h|116|error: 'u64' does not name a type|
../../../../common/include/Pcsx2Types.h|117|error: 'u64' does not name a type|
../../../../common/include/Pcsx2Types.h|120|error: 'u64' has not been declared|
../../../../common/include/Pcsx2Types.h|127|error: 'u32' has not been declared|
../../../../common/include/Pcsx2Types.h|122|error: too many initializers for 'u128'|
../../../../common/include/Pcsx2Types.h|129|error: too many initializers for 'u128'|
../../../../common/include/Pcsx2Types.h|136|error: 's64' does not name a type|
../../../../common/include/Pcsx2Types.h|137|error: 's64' does not name a type|
../../../../common/include/Pcsx2Types.h|140|error: 's64' has not been declared|
../../../../common/include/Pcsx2Types.h|147|error: 's32' has not been declared|
../../../../common/include/Pcsx2Types.h|147|error: 'static s128 s128::From64(int)' cannot be overloaded|
../../../../common/include/Pcsx2Types.h|140|error: with 'static s128 s128::From64(int)'|
../../../../common/include/Pcsx2Types.h|142|error: too many initializers for 's128'|
../../../../common/include/Pcsx2Types.h|149|error: too many initializers for 's128'|
/tmp/pcsx2-read-only/plugins/spu2-x/src/Global.h|52|error: 'u8' does not name a type|
/tmp/pcsx2-read-only/plugins/spu2-x/src/Global.h|53|error: 'u8' does not name a type|
/tmp/pcsx2-read-only/plugins/spu2-x/src/Global.h|64|error: expected initializer before 'void'|
/tmp/pcsx2-read-only/plugins/spu2-x/src/Global.h|70|error: expected initializer before 'T'|
../../../../common/include/Pcsx2Defs.h|322|error: ISO C++ forbids declaration of 's8' with no type|
../../../../common/include/Pcsx2Defs.h|322|error: expected ';' before '*' token|
../../../../common/include/Pcsx2Defs.h|330|error: 'u32' does not name a type|
../../../../common/include/Pcsx2Defs.h|331|error: 'u32' does not name a type|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/Assertions.h|93|error: ISO C++ forbids declaration of 'wxChar' with no type|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/Assertions.h|93|error: expected ',' or '...' before '*' token|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/Assertions.h|94|error: ISO C++ forbids declaration of 'wxChar' with no type|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/Assertions.h|94|error: expected ',' or '...' before '*' token|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/StringHelpers.h|25|error: 'wxString' does not name a type|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/StringHelpers.h|26|error: 'wxString' does not name a type|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/StringHelpers.h|29|error: 'wxRect' does not name a type|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/StringHelpers.h|31|error: variable or field 'SplitString' declared void|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/StringHelpers.h|31|error: 'wxArrayString' was not declared in this scope|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/StringHelpers.h|31|error: 'dest' was not declared in this scope|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/StringHelpers.h|31|error: expected primary-expression before 'const'|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/StringHelpers.h|31|error: expected primary-expression before 'const'|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/StringHelpers.h|31|error: 'wxStringTokenizerMode' was not declared in this scope|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/StringHelpers.h|32|error: variable or field 'JoinString' declared void|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/StringHelpers.h|32|error: 'wxString' was not declared in this scope|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/StringHelpers.h|32|error: 'dest' was not declared in this scope|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/StringHelpers.h|32|error: expected primary-expression before 'const'|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/StringHelpers.h|32|error: expected primary-expression before 'const'|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/StringHelpers.h|34|error: 'wxString' does not name a type|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/StringHelpers.h|35|error: 'wxString' does not name a type|
../../../../common/include/Utilities/StringHelpers.h|36|error: 'wxString' does not name a type|
||More errors follow but not being shown.|
||Edit the max errors limit in compiler options...|
||=== Build finished: 50 errors, 0 warnings ===|

it starts up fine after all (only the affected plugin does not compile)
What's happening at the 64bit build? Running 32bit software on 64bit Linux is a huge pain in the ass as of unnecessarily missing libraries: When I try to run the 32bit build on my 64bit machine, I get
Quote:./pcsx2-dbg: error while loading shared libraries: libwx_gtk2u_adv-2.8.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
with all ia32libs installed (why can't I just get the libs from the 32 bit repos?)
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#19
Question for everyone, used to compile pcsx2 under linuxes. I observe heavy performance degrade from r1888 to r2300+ (and to last one 2588). Most scenes drop are 30%, but under heavy load it's a 50%. So question is, It's issue on my side, on linux build or on whole pcsx2 project?
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#20
Code:
/mnt/storage/src/ps2/pcsx2-read-only/pcsx2/x86/newVif_Dynarec.cpp: In function 'void dVifUnpack(int, u8*, u32, bool)':
/mnt/storage/src/ps2/pcsx2-read-only/pcsx2/x86/newVif_Dynarec.cpp:207: sorry, unimplemented: inlining failed in call to 'void dVifUnpack(int, u8*, u32, bool)': recursive inlining
/mnt/storage/src/ps2/pcsx2-read-only/pcsx2/x86/newVif_Dynarec.cpp:256: sorry, unimplemented: called from here
make[2]: *** [pcsx2/CMakeFiles/pcsx2.dir/x86/newVif_Dynarec.cpp.o] Error 1
make[1]: *** [pcsx2/CMakeFiles/pcsx2.dir/all] Error 2
make: *** [all] Error 2
also i had to do this to get cmake to configure the project:

Code:
Index: pcsx2/CMakeLists.txt
--- pcsx2/CMakeLists.txt    
+++ pcsx2/CMakeLists.txt    
@@ -167,7 +167,8 @@
    SPR.cpp
    Stats.cpp
    System.cpp
-    Vif_Commands.cpp
+    Vif_Transfer.cpp
    Vif0_Dma.cpp
    Vif1_Dma.cpp
    Vif1_MFIFO.cpp
i could've sworn i've seen it a few days ago fixed in svn.

those results were produced on fresh svn checkout rev. 2650
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