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Re: Crash on my first attempt to run lilypond 1.6.6-2

From: Peter Teeson
Subject: Re: Crash on my first attempt to run lilypond 1.6.6-2
Date: Wed, 30 Apr 2003 12:18:29 -0400

OK good people I am going to need your help on things since I haven't used Unix or command lines for many many years. Last time was using MPW but things fade away when you get older or don't use them. So please be kind and patient. TIA

My understanding is that I should rebuild just lilypond itself with debugging symbols/code - correct? Can I set the -g flag for this from within Fink Commander? (I don't see how yet).
Or do I do this from the Terminal app?

I have found a Mac OS X section in some documentation and it has a bunch of cryptic lines as follows:
CC="cc -I/sw/include" .....
make -C lily out/parser.hh ......
patch -p0 < darwin.patch
make -C lily out/parser.o
make DEPENDENCIES_OUTPUT=/dev/null all
make install

I think this is more than I need. I have tried to find the appropriate make file by un-taring the source but havnt yet found it.

Can you please give me guidance.



On Wednesday, April 30, 2003, at 08:28 AM, Han-Wen Nienhuys wrote:

address@hidden writes:
this down. You will have to help a bit:

I'm delighted to do so. A good opportunity to refresh my long dormant
Unix knowledge.
FYI I did a Rebuild in Fink Commander just to be sure the binaries were

Ok. You have to rebuild them so that they have debugging info compiled
in.  Make sure -g is specified in the compile flags. If it is, you
should get a usable stack trace when you run gdb on the binary in
lily/out/lilypond, ie. a trace that doesn't have ?? everywhere.

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