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Though I've given up on this several times I'd like to take another stab at it.  My first project will be to SUCCESSFULLY compile the orbiter under linux then start trying under QNX.

To that end I've got the source for PlutoUtils which is says it has no dependencies.  However, the file http_fetcher.h is not found when I try to compile.

Where do I find it?

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--- Quote from: "acromion" ---Though I've given up on this several times I'd like to take another stab at it.  My first project will be to SUCCESSFULLY compile the orbiter under linux then start trying under QNX.

To that end I've got the source for PlutoUtils which is says it has no dependencies.  However, the file http_fetcher.h is not found when I try to compile.

Where do I find it?
--- End quote ---

Hi,

 welcome back. I'm crying out for Orbiter to be run on QNX, but have no experience to help out (have 3 Audreys that are waiting ...).

if I may suggest, some time ago I talked to Pete Flaherty (he's maintainer of MrAudrey image for Audreys and he was also willing to help and maybe even include Orbiter on his image...).

newbielink:http://vsa.cape.com/~pjf/nuke/html/index.php [nonactive]

I'd suggest to write to his forums about MRAudrey image. I can also contact him, if you'll not get through..

At that time, we also agreed with Chris (from Pluto) that he'll give you all a hand...

If we're able to compile Orbiter for Audrey, then I'll surely enhance Pluto-Mh integration, so we can all win...

Let us know about your progress (maybe it would be wise to post to Wiki all useful informations)...

Thanks in advance,

regards,

Rob.

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acromion,
Take a look at my zaurus post here: newbielink:http://plutohome.com/support/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?t=788&start=0 [nonactive]

You can actually comment out the httpfetcher.h line in the PlutoUtils file FileUtils.cpp.

You need to hack the files a bit to get it to compile but I did get it to compile for the zaurus.

Rob

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I've managed to hack through some of the files so things would compile but I'm running into a bit of weirdness with the provided Makefiles.  

This is an example, but all of the source I've downloaded has the same trouble.
From the Makefile:
libRACommon.so: $(sources:.cpp=.o)
   $(CXX) -shared $(CXXFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) -o $@ $(call cpath,$+)
   cp $@ ../lib

Produces this command:

g++ -shared -Wall -g -D_GNU_SOURCE -I../../ -I../ -I/usr/include/mysql -I.. -I../DCE -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 -D_LARGEFILE_SOURCE -DMULTI_THREADED -DUSE_MYSQL -DVIPSERVER -DBTSOCKET -o libRACommon.so

Which is obviously missing the input files so g++ returns the error "no input files".

I'm sure I could manually cludge this to work but it shouldn't be that hard.  As I'm rather inexperienced with make I'm hoping someone will point me in the right direction.  

Also, what should go in make.rules?  Could that be relevant?  Mine is blank.

Glenn

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One of the things I found is that you have to download a bunch of other stuff from cvs to get the thing to compile. Download the RA directory, you need utilities, as well a a couple of others. If you get file not found errors, you are probably missing the directory.

Rob

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