Support #1015

Compile sources of Jamoma for Max5 and Max6 / Mac OS x Lion or snowleopard

Added by Olivier Baudry over 9 years ago. Updated over 9 years ago.

Status:ClosedStart date:2011-10-24
Priority:NormalDue date:
Assignee:Trond Lossius% Done:

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Dear all

I would like to know if I must use xcode 4.01 for compile source without problems, If it's better to use Mac OS x Lion.

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#1 Updated by Trond Lossius over 9 years ago

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Hi Olivier,

you'll need to be on OSX 10.6 or newer, and you should be able to use Xcode 3.2 or Xcode 4 interchangeably. AFAIK I'm the only one so far that has moved to Xcode 4, while everyone else seems to prefer Xcode 3.

BTW - in the future, please file this kind of requests at the support tracker rather than Bugs, Feature Requests or Tasks. You may also use the mailing lists.

Cheers,
Trond

#2 Updated by Trond Lossius over 9 years ago

  • Tracker changed from Tasks to Support

#3 Updated by Olivier Baudry over 9 years ago

Thanks Trond but I think it 's normal I obtain this :
UPDATING: Modules/Test
Already up-to-date.
You need to run this command from the toplevel of the working tree.

ruby: No such file or directory -- update.rb (LoadError)


UPDATING: Modules/Plugtastic
update.rb:69:in `chdir': No such file or directory - /Users/olivierbaudry/Jamoma/Tools/../Modules/Plugtastic (Errno::ENOENT)
from update.rb:69:in `doUpdateSimple'
from update.rb:90:in `doUpdate'
from update.rb:166
MacBook-Pro-de-Olivier-Baudry:Tools olivierbaudry$

So Jamoma can be used in patch Max for Live to be subsequently used in live....

#4 Updated by Trond Lossius over 9 years ago

Hi,

this is because you have not initialized the Plugtastic submodule. Try running the update.rb script from the Tools folder:

./update.rb

Eventually you can try the following from the top level folder:

git submodule init
git submodule update
git submodule foreach git checkout master

Now you should be able to run the build script.

Cheers,
Trond

#5 Updated by Olivier Baudry over 9 years ago

Thanks Trond but what I must to do with update.rb for initializing the Plugstatic submodule?

#6 Updated by Olivier Baudry over 9 years ago

Trond In details I do that :

MacBook-Pro-de-Olivier-Baudry:~ olivierbaudry$ cd jamoma
MacBook-Pro-de-Olivier-Baudry:jamoma olivierbaudry$ git submodule init
MacBook-Pro-de-Olivier-Baudry:jamoma olivierbaudry$ git submodule update
Submodule path 'Modules/AudioGraph': checked out 'd5d19c384d8a53933bf7a00507dd813737180cad'
Submodule path 'Modules/DSP': checked out '638c2518a9f06e5f92d523c2edb011bf1282012e'
Submodule path 'Modules/Foundation': checked out 'a13821d9b651c0ee292f76fa00522bb55ea510eb'
Submodule path 'Modules/Graph': checked out '9965e62d4910f7169f291a7ee5446ff167465dfe'
Submodule path 'Modules/Graphics': checked out 'e9fe22013bc1abcced3dab064eebb4965c0aeecd'
Submodule path 'Modules/Modular': checked out 'd67a5b87f1867ee91f582c8dc58b89af4364715e'
Cloning into Modules/Plugtastic...
Permission denied (publickey).
fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly
Clone of ':jamoma/Plugtastic.git' into submodule path 'Modules/Plugtastic' failed
MacBook-Pro-de-Olivier-Baudry:jamoma olivierbaudry$

So I don't know what is a problem Must I use git clone command to upload plugstatic?

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