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compilation from the new github source fails
#1
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today i tried to compile pcsx2 from the new github source and its not working which is weird since the old googlecode source works fine

when compiling github source i get three problem's first there are some dependencies not found

Code:
-- Skip build of CDVDiso: miss some dependencies
-- check these libraries -> bzip2 (>=1.0.5), gtk2 (>=2.16)
-- Skip build of zerogs: miss some dependencies
-- check these libraries -> glew (>=1.6), opengl, X11, nvidia-cg-toolkit (>=2.1)
-- Skip build of zerospu2: miss some dependencies
-- check these libraries -> soundtouch (>=1.5), alsa

i got all the libraries but it seems that pcsx2 is looking for older version's which is weird since the googlecode version does not do that

second there is some problem about git itself

Code:
Unknown option: -C
usage: git [--version] [--help] [-c name=value]
           [--exec-path[=<path>]] [--html-path] [--man-path] [--info-path]
           [-p|--paginate|--no-pager] [--no-replace-objects] [--bare]
           [--git-dir=<path>] [--work-tree=<path>] [--namespace=<name>]
           <command> [<args>]

and there are multiple error when it comes to compiling, i guess this has something to do with the dependencies and something about svn

http://pastebin.com/E3EVEwFq


like i said old code from googlecode works fine


sorry if my English is bad, i hope it's understandable
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#2
It seems like you have 2 issues:

1. It fails to find SDL2 for SPU2X and OnePad. I think SPU2X doesn't _have_ to use SDL on linux, so maybe you can configure it to not build the SDL support. And skip OnePad - I think other pad plugins should work too. Or install SDL2.

2. Seems that the script which creates svnrev.h fails to grab the revision using git. This might be related also to git missing the -C option. Update to a more recent git maybe?
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#3
after installing newer version of git and sdl2 the compilation work's, the only thing remaining are those missing dependencies, like i said i have those libraries in a newer version and i don't understand why the old code is ok with the newer version's and this newer code not
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#4
You'll have to wait for greg to answer those.

I would check though how it tries to detect your libs, maybe something is failing there? It would probably also help if you stated which distribution you use.
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#5
Which option did you use to build PCSX2. I removed those plugins from the standard compilation, it could be a minor side effect.

For SDL, normally it is SDL1. SDL2 is a dev option, I need to check that.
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#6
i only used the --release option, i tried compilation without it but that missing dependencies message was still there
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#7
Yes. I will improve that. If you want to build the "extra plugins" just add --extra. But normally std plugins are fine (and only those one are supported).

However I don't understand the SDL issue
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#8
i just want to mention that i use xubuntu 13.10 it's heavily modified but the basic libraries like gtk2 or bzib2 are standard
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#9
Don't worry, it was just useless warning. Latest git will fix those. However I don't undestand why you pick-up SDL2.
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#10
(04-17-2014, 08:18 PM)gregory Wrote: Yes. I will improve that. If you want to build the "extra plugins" just add --extra. But normally std plugins are fine (and only those one are supported).

However I don't understand the SDL issue

the sdl2 error was fixed after i installed a newer version to my 32bit chroot
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