|Re: [paho-dev] Help! Paho Embedded C Compilation Error|
I believe I have seen this before when gcc/make is unable to find the actual C file specified in the makefile. You can add the -v (verbose) flag to the gcc flags and it will tell you exactly what it is doing at each step. If you still can't figure it out paste the verbose result here, maybe that will give us more of a clue as to what the problem is. Also, I noticed that you are trying to compile internally in Eclipse. It might be wise to try compiling on the command line and see if the result is any different. Sometimes the Eclipse build environment can be difficult to set up.
What platform are you compiling on?
From: paho-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [paho-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] on behalf of Oskar Jazdowski [ojazdowski@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Saturday, February 08, 2014 9:58 AM
Subject: [paho-dev] Help! Paho Embedded C Compilation Error
Hi all! Very Happy to have just joined the paho-dev community. I was very excited to see that Ian Craggs has released aPaho Embedded-C client on GitHub. There are some good "build requirement/compilation" instructions accompanying the download but they assume a good working knowledge of makefiles and linux. While I regard myself as a competent software engineer my experience has not leant itself to makefiles compilation. As such I've been unable to resolve my makefile related errors when compiling the project:
Error 127: "recipe for target 'src/MQTTDeserializeConnect.o ' failed
I've referenced the net and stackoverflow but am struggling. I was hoping some enthusiastic user could assist me in resolving this. I am very eager to develop and contribute alongside the Paho community.
Paho Embedded-C source:
Screenshot of error:
Hope to hear from you! Many thanks
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