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Sherry Haibara

Porting ScummVM

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Hello folks! :P I'm a newbie in OSX86, but I use OSX on my iBook G3.

I'm trying to port ScummVM on OSX86, but I have some problems. I downloaded the source code and I installed XCode 2.1 . Then, I tryied to run the ./configure, but it said "Looking for sdl-config... none found!"

I installed the SDL FAT Frameworks and ran ./configure a second time, but it said "looking for sdl-config... none found" again.

Can anyone help me? :)

Thanks.

 

P.S.

Sorry for my english, but I speak well only italian ^^"

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Hello folks! :) I'm a newbie in OSX86, but I use OSX on my iBook G3.

I'm trying to port ScummVM on OSX86, but I have some problems. I downloaded the source code and I installed XCode 2.1 . Then, I tryied to run the ./configure, but it said "Looking for sdl-config... none found!"

I installed the SDL FAT Frameworks and ran ./configure a second time, but it said "looking for sdl-config... none found" again.

Can anyone help me? :)

Thanks.

 

P.S.

Sorry for my english, but I speak well only italian ^^"

 

I suggest you should try compiling libsdl from sources. Using frameworks is painless for xcode and so on. GNU based tools compilation are different.

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I suggest you should try compiling libsdl from sources. Using frameworks is painless for xcode and so on. GNU based tools compilation are different.

Then, I downloaded sdl source. I ran ./configure, make and make install, and I think SDL is installed.

But, when I ran ScummVM's configure, it said again "looking for sdl-config... none found". :)

Then, what can I do? :ph34r:

Re-sorry for my english.

Thanks

Sherry Haibara

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Then, I downloaded sdl source. I ran ./configure, make and make install, and I think SDL is installed.

But, when I ran ScummVM's configure, it said again "looking for sdl-config... none found". :(

Then, what can I do? :ph34r:

Re-sorry for my english.

Thanks

Sherry Haibara

 

"make install" should generate sdl-config shell script search for it in the sources and install it manualy (to /usr/local/bin for example)

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"make install" should generate sdl-config shell script search for it in the sources and install it manualy (to /usr/local/bin for example)

Well, I tryed to make SDL, but it said:

"rm -fr .libs/libaudio.lax

mkdir .libs/libaudio.lax

rm -fr .libs/libaudio.lax/libaudio_disk.a

mkdir .libs/libaudio.lax/libaudio_disk.a

Extracting /Users/Valerio/Downloads/Downloaded Applications/SDL-1.2.9/src/audio/disk/.libs/libaudio_disk.a

../../libtool: line 659: cd: /Users/Valerio/Downloads/Downloaded: No such file or directory

../../libtool: line 660: cd: .libs/libaudio.lax/libaudio_disk.a: No such file or directory

make[3]: *** [libaudio.la] Error 1

make[2]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1"

Then, if I run make install, it says:

"Making install in src

Making install in main

test -z "/usr/local/lib" || /Users/Valerio/Downloads/Downloaded Applications/SDL-1.2.9/install-sh -d "/usr/local/lib"

/bin/sh: line 1: /Users/Valerio/Downloads/Downloaded: No such file or directory

make[3]: *** [install-libLIBRARIES] Error 127

make[2]: *** [install-am] Error 2

make[1]: *** [install-recursive] Error 1

make: *** [install-recursive] Error 1".

What can I do? :D

Oh, I tryied to copy sdl-config to /usr/local/bin, but I can't compile ScummVM anyway.

Sherry Haibara

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