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Anna:

Just try clean build. There is no error
You can always check at :

http://mess.redump.net/mess:compile_failure

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Originally Posted By Micko
Anna:

Just try clean build. There is no error
You can always check at :

http://mess.redump.net/mess:compile_failure


OK, i make a clean build.
Will answer you tomorrow, because to make a clean build need some hours on my slow Notebook. frown

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Try adding a -j3 to the make command; that may speed up the build a bit

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Fair warning: -j3 is for dual cores (or hyperthreading). Don't do it on a single-processor system, it'll make things slower smile

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Are there still non-dual core machines then? wink

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Unfortunately I have an Intel Mobile Pentium 4 processor with 1.6 GHz.
Compiling is still in progress ...

Edit: Not use the parameter : -j3

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Now I have a clean build. smile
Was not easy, because I deleted only the bin\mess\obj\ folder before.
But is was not enough, so i deleted also the Bin\mess\src\mess\formats\ folder and some files in bin\mess\src\mess\drivers\ folder.

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H:\SVN\Bin\mess>mingw32-make TARGET=mess
mingw32-make: Nothing to be done for `all'.



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You should let the makefile clean things for you:
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mingw32-make TARGET=mess clean


That will clean all the generated binaries and object files.

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Originally Posted By judge
You should let the makefile clean things for you:
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mingw32-make TARGET=mess clean


That will clean all the generated binaries and object files.


Oh yes, now I remember me. It is much easier as do it manually.
Next time ... smile

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however deleting the whole obj/ folder and the executable is more than enough (I think it is exactly what the "clean" do).

deleting part of the source is not needed because the message

mingw32-make: Nothing to be done for `all'.

appears when the compiler founds all the files in the obj/ directory and no newer source file. When you delete obj/, the compiler will compile the whole source again because it finds nothing in the obj/ folder

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