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NAB compiling problem no makeflie in linux - help is just for Windows [message #156] Tue, 08 August 2006 02:40 Go to next message
Peter Fodrek is currently offline Peter Fodrek
Messages: 6
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Dear conference,

I would like to use NAB as GUI producer, but project can not produce
makefile, Can anyone help me,pleas?

Thank you for any help


I look forward hearing from you

Yours Faithfully

Peter
Re: NAB compiling problem no makeflie in linux - help is just for Windows [message #166 is a reply to message #156] Tue, 29 August 2006 04:16 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Shigeki Moride is currently offline Shigeki Moride
Messages: 26
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Dear Peter,

I must apologize for the delay.

So,

For Linux building, please read the install section in the
README-en_US.8859-1.txt. as attached.
You can find it on download page.
http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/nab/downloads.php

I am happy if I can help you.

Sincerely,

------------------------------------------------------------ --------------
7.2 Linux Installation

Please install the Linux(GTK) version according to the following
procedure.

(1) JDK (JavaTM 2 SDK, Standard Edition Version 1.4.2) installation
http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/download.html

(2) WideStudio/MWT installation
Unzip ws-v3.94.1-src.tar.gz and execute the following commands on
the
console to install it.
It is offered by http://www.widestudio.org/EE/download.html.

$ cd <any directory>
$ tar -zxvf ws-v3.94.1-src.tar.gz
$ cd ws-v3.94-1/src
$ ./configure
$ make runtime
$ make mwt_java
$ su
# make install

At the end, please add the "/usr/local/lib" path to
LD_LIBRARY_PATH
environment variable.

(3) Eclipse 3.2.X (Linux version) installation
Unzip eclipse-SDK-3.2.X-linux-gtk.zip and install it. It is
distributed
from www.eclipse.org.

(4) CDT plug-in installation
Unzip org.eclipse.cdt.sdk-3.1.X-linux.x86.zip to the folder that
Eclipse
was installed. It is distributed from www.eclipse.org

(5) NAB plug-in installation
Unzip the following files to the folder that Eclipse was installed.
nab-mwt.linux-gtk.0.9.5.zip
nab-mwt.doc.0.9.5.zip
------------------------------------------------------------ --------------

On Aug 08 2006 01:40:49
From peter.fodrek@xxxxxxxxxxxx (peter fodrek) wrote:
> Dear conference,
>
> I would like to use NAB as GUI producer, but project can not produce
makefile, Can anyone help me,pleas?
>
> Thank you for any help
>
>
> I look forward hearing from you
>
> Yours Faithfully
>
> Peter
Re: NAB compiling problem no makeflie in linux - help is just for Windows [message #203 is a reply to message #166] Wed, 07 February 2007 16:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: rxmoi.home.se

I too have folowed Tutorial of th NAB GUI, using my windows mashin, and
also I miss the makefile. It was not produced as I folled the Tutorial. My
problems started at section 2.7 Building and running ....
Where did I go wrong??

/Mike
Re: NAB compiling problem no makeflie in linux - help is just for Windows [message #206 is a reply to message #203] Thu, 08 February 2007 03:38 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Shigeki Moride is currently offline Shigeki Moride
Messages: 26
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi Mike,

NAB's makefile is copied from template file at WideStudio directory.
That place is
$(WSDIR)/sys/data/$(LANG)/make_xxxx

Please check these two environmental variables in DOS command or control
panel.

The WSDIR is set by installer.
And, if LANG is not set then NAB pick up that from Windows.

Which language version is your Windows? I guess your language is
Swedish, that's right?

Shigeki

Mike wrote:
> I too have folowed Tutorial of th NAB GUI, using my windows mashin, and
> also I miss the makefile. It was not produced as I folled the Tutorial.
> My problems started at section 2.7 Building and running ....
> Where did I go wrong??
>
> /Mike
Re: NAB compiling problem no makeflie in linux - help is just for Windows [message #213 is a reply to message #206] Tue, 13 February 2007 15:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: rxmoi.home.se

Thanks for your response.

I have just (a few weeks ago) downloaded the WideStudio ver 3.96-1 and I
don't find a match for the directory structure you refered to. The make
file candidates (make.win) referes to mkfiles and a build results in
+17300 errors ;). There is a large number of make_xx files to chose among
(dll, nsp, exe, ...).
Pleeeese help a confused beginner who realy want to get going with nab.
Is the compleate GUI Hello world source code package includng make files
available for download somewhare?

/Mike
Re: NAB compiling problem no makeflie in linux - help is just for Windows [message #222 is a reply to message #213] Tue, 20 February 2007 20:54 Go to previous message
Shigeki Moride is currently offline Shigeki Moride
Messages: 26
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi Mike,

> Is the compleate GUI Hello world source code package includng make files
> available for download somewhare?

First, directly answers for your question is "there is no source
packages of Hello world.". Sorry.
The makefiles is modified when it's generating.
And, make.win is makefile for WideStudio oneself.
It's not template.



So, I am afraid of incomplete installation now.
If installation was completed, the install directory have about 600MB.
The default position is "C:\Program Files\WideStudio".

If you send file list about that we can check it.
Please get the file list in DOS command prompt as below.

C:\>tree /F "C:\Program Files\WideStudio" > tree.txt

And please send it(tree.txt) to me.

I will analyze that quickly.

Shigeki






Mike wrote:
> Thanks for your response.
>
> I have just (a few weeks ago) downloaded the WideStudio ver 3.96-1 and I
> don't find a match for the directory structure you refered to. The make
> file candidates (make.win) referes to mkfiles and a build results in
> +17300 errors ;). There is a large number of make_xx files to chose
> among (dll, nsp, exe, ...). Pleeeese help a confused beginner who realy
> want to get going with nab.
>
> /Mike
>
Re: NAB compiling problem no makeflie in linux - help is just for Windows [message #568652 is a reply to message #156] Tue, 29 August 2006 04:16 Go to previous message
Shigeki Moride is currently offline Shigeki Moride
Messages: 26
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Dear Peter,

I must apologize for the delay.

So,

For Linux building, please read the install section in the
README-en_US.8859-1.txt. as attached.
You can find it on download page.
http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/nab/downloads.php

I am happy if I can help you.

Sincerely,

------------------------------------------------------------ --------------
7.2 Linux Installation

Please install the Linux(GTK) version according to the following
procedure.

(1) JDK (JavaTM 2 SDK, Standard Edition Version 1.4.2) installation
http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/download.html

(2) WideStudio/MWT installation
Unzip ws-v3.94.1-src.tar.gz and execute the following commands on
the
console to install it.
It is offered by http://www.widestudio.org/EE/download.html

$ cd <any directory>
$ tar -zxvf ws-v3.94.1-src.tar.gz
$ cd ws-v3.94-1/src
$ ./configure
$ make runtime
$ make mwt_java
$ su
# make install

At the end, please add the "/usr/local/lib" path to
LD_LIBRARY_PATH
environment variable.

(3) Eclipse 3.2.X (Linux version) installation
Unzip eclipse-SDK-3.2.X-linux-gtk.zip and install it. It is
distributed
from www.eclipse.org.

(4) CDT plug-in installation
Unzip org.eclipse.cdt.sdk-3.1.X-linux.x86.zip to the folder that
Eclipse
was installed. It is distributed from www.eclipse.org

(5) NAB plug-in installation
Unzip the following files to the folder that Eclipse was installed.
nab-mwt.linux-gtk.0.9.5.zip
nab-mwt.doc.0.9.5.zip
------------------------------------------------------------ --------------

On Aug 08 2006 01:40:49
From peter.fodrek@xxxxxxxxxxxx (peter fodrek) wrote:
> Dear conference,
>
> I would like to use NAB as GUI producer, but project can not produce
makefile, Can anyone help me,pleas?
>
> Thank you for any help
>
>
> I look forward hearing from you
>
> Yours Faithfully
>
> Peter
Re: NAB compiling problem no makeflie in linux - help is just for Windows [message #568749 is a reply to message #166] Wed, 07 February 2007 16:57 Go to previous message
Mike is currently offline Mike
Messages: 49
Registered: July 2009
Member
I too have folowed Tutorial of th NAB GUI, using my windows mashin, and
also I miss the makefile. It was not produced as I folled the Tutorial. My
problems started at section 2.7 Building and running ....
Where did I go wrong??

/Mike
Re: NAB compiling problem no makeflie in linux - help is just for Windows [message #568773 is a reply to message #203] Thu, 08 February 2007 03:38 Go to previous message
Shigeki Moride is currently offline Shigeki Moride
Messages: 26
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi Mike,

NAB's makefile is copied from template file at WideStudio directory.
That place is
$(WSDIR)/sys/data/$(LANG)/make_xxxx

Please check these two environmental variables in DOS command or control
panel.

The WSDIR is set by installer.
And, if LANG is not set then NAB pick up that from Windows.

Which language version is your Windows? I guess your language is
Swedish, that's right?

Shigeki

Mike wrote:
> I too have folowed Tutorial of th NAB GUI, using my windows mashin, and
> also I miss the makefile. It was not produced as I folled the Tutorial.
> My problems started at section 2.7 Building and running ....
> Where did I go wrong??
>
> /Mike
Re: NAB compiling problem no makeflie in linux - help is just for Windows [message #568794 is a reply to message #206] Tue, 13 February 2007 15:14 Go to previous message
Mike is currently offline Mike
Messages: 49
Registered: July 2009
Member
Thanks for your response.

I have just (a few weeks ago) downloaded the WideStudio ver 3.96-1 and I
don't find a match for the directory structure you refered to. The make
file candidates (make.win) referes to mkfiles and a build results in
+17300 errors ;). There is a large number of make_xx files to chose among
(dll, nsp, exe, ...).
Pleeeese help a confused beginner who realy want to get going with nab.
Is the compleate GUI Hello world source code package includng make files
available for download somewhare?

/Mike
Re: NAB compiling problem no makeflie in linux - help is just for Windows [message #568825 is a reply to message #213] Tue, 20 February 2007 20:54 Go to previous message
Shigeki Moride is currently offline Shigeki Moride
Messages: 26
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi Mike,

> Is the compleate GUI Hello world source code package includng make files
> available for download somewhare?

First, directly answers for your question is "there is no source
packages of Hello world.". Sorry.
The makefiles is modified when it's generating.
And, make.win is makefile for WideStudio oneself.
It's not template.



So, I am afraid of incomplete installation now.
If installation was completed, the install directory have about 600MB.
The default position is "C:\Program Files\WideStudio".

If you send file list about that we can check it.
Please get the file list in DOS command prompt as below.

C:\>tree /F "C:\Program Files\WideStudio" > tree.txt

And please send it(tree.txt) to me.

I will analyze that quickly.

Shigeki






Mike wrote:
> Thanks for your response.
>
> I have just (a few weeks ago) downloaded the WideStudio ver 3.96-1 and I
> don't find a match for the directory structure you refered to. The make
> file candidates (make.win) referes to mkfiles and a build results in
> +17300 errors ;). There is a large number of make_xx files to chose
> among (dll, nsp, exe, ...). Pleeeese help a confused beginner who realy
> want to get going with nab.
>
> /Mike
>
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