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Apparently some Windows configs are blowing through the command-line length limit; move your source tree as close as possible to the root of the drive if it's down a ways in the folder structure.

Also, Haze supports UME over at his blog, we normally only handle vanilla MAME/MESS here.

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Thanks for the tip, but, the strange thing is I'm running the compile from the following path:
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c:\users\michael\mamesvn


So I'm pretty sure that's not the problem.

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Yeah, that's (part of) the problem. If you move that up to just c:\mame it will likely build.

Micko's working on trying to make it friendlier to long paths like that, but there will always be limits.

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You could also try to use 'subst' to shorten the path:

Code:
C:\Users\michael\mamesvn>subst x: C:\Users\michael\mamesvn
C:\Users\michael\mamesvn>x:
X:>make -j5 TARGET=mess ...
...
X:>c:
C:\Users\michael\mamesvn>subst x: /d


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Okay, having some issues compiling the latest.
I use the commandline:

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make -j5 TARGET=UME NOWERROR=1 PTR64=1


After a while this happens:

Code:
src/mame/drivers/dassault.c:458:14: error: 'deco16ic_interface' does not name a
type
src/mame/drivers/dassault.c:469:14: error: 'deco16ic_interface' does not name a
type
src/mame/drivers/dassault.c: In function 'device_t* construct_machine_config_das
sault(machine_config&, device_t*, device_t*)':
src/mame/drivers/dassault.c:516:2: error: 'dassault_deco16ic_tilegen1_intf' was
not declared in this scope
src/mame/drivers/dassault.c:520:2: error: 'dassault_deco16ic_tilegen2_intf' was
not declared in this scope
Compiling src/mame/drivers/dblewing.c...
src/mame/drivers/dassault.c: At global scope:
src/mame/drivers/dassault.c:453:12: warning: 'int dassault_bank_callback(int)' d
efined but not used [-Wunused-function]
make: *** [obj/windows64/mame/drivers/dassault.o] Error 1
make: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....


Any ideas?

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Yeah, apparently Eta forgot to commit a file. I'm sure he'll fix it as soon as he sees this.

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Micko just fixed the problem.

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Perfect!
It's working now. smile

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What am I doing wrong?
I followed the instructions: http://www.mess.org/compiling_mess
- mingw-mame-w64-20121207
- TortoiseSVN-1.8.6.25419-x64-svn-1.8.8

mame64 compiles OK. but...
G:\MESS>make target=mess
results in: "make: Nothing to be done for 'default'."

I'm fairly new to this, but I have successfully compiled a few times so far.

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TARGET=mess
or
TARGET=ume

the caps is important.

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