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#63205 - 07/07/10 09:25 AM Re: How to build SDLMESS 0.137 and later [Re: parry_all]  
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Sorry, I located the wrong file!

I will try it again & post the results!


#63206 - 07/07/10 09:27 AM Re: How to build SDLMESS 0.137 and later [Re: parry_all]  
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Still the same problem!
Compile failed

#63208 - 07/07/10 11:53 AM Re: How to build SDLMESS 0.137 and later [Re: parry_all]  
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Try building with NOWERROR=1 as I suggested for Mac PowerPC. Unfortunately Aaron sneak-attacked the release so I wasn't able to run it against the gauntlet beforehand (although that specific warning is invalid and a sign of a broken version of GCC).

#63209 - 07/07/10 11:54 AM Re: How to build SDLMESS 0.137 and later [Re: R. Belmont]  
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Vas: I was able to fix the Cocoa debugger to behave after Googling the error, so no worries.

#63212 - 07/07/10 12:12 PM Re: How to build SDLMESS 0.137 and later [Re: R. Belmont]  
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I have other debugger work to clean up and submit anyway - I'll hopefully have it done in a couple of days.

#63215 - 07/07/10 12:56 PM Re: How to build SDLMESS 0.137 and later [Re: Vas Crabb]  
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Cool. Make sure it's based on the debugosx.m/.h from latest MESS SVN and you'll be fine.

#63235 - 07/07/10 07:06 PM Re: How to build SDLMESS 0.137 and later [Re: R. Belmont]  
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It's weird. I didnt get that src/emu/ui.c error when i compiled just before u3. But I did get it when I compiled from mess svn. No idea how that happened, my mame tree is clean.

Oh well. It was mostly working wink

#63240 - 07/07/10 07:35 PM Re: How to build SDLMESS 0.137 and later [Re: judge]  
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Yeah. I'm also a little surprised later Xcode didn't care about the "ObjC won't call C++ constructors" issue. I guess that's something Apple eventually changed, although since the debugger explicitly initialized the class members and that's all the constructor did it would work out anyway.

#63246 - 07/07/10 09:28 PM Re: How to build SDLMESS 0.137 and later [Re: R. Belmont]  
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Same problem here...
Target OS is Linux (Debian Lenny) i386
Compiler is gcc 4.2

Changing line 1648 of the file /src/emu/ui.c to 'device_execute_interface *exec = NULL;' fixed it for me.



#63247 - 07/07/10 09:47 PM Re: How to build SDLMESS 0.137 and later [Re: pintcat]  
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Incidentally, that warning is a bug in GCC that was fixed for 4.3 (Red Hat had been patching it in the Fedora and RHEL packages since 4.1.something). The variable isn't actually uninitialized.

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