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[FR-users] Re: [Foxgui-users]FreeRIDE and fxscintilla, continued

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Subject: [FR-users] Re: [Foxgui-users]FreeRIDE and fxscintilla, continued
Date: 5 May 2003 20:20:56 -0000

On Mon, 05 May 2003 13:34:04 -0600, Daniel Berger <address@hidden> wrote :

> I managed to narrow down the culprit when it came to building FOX using
> Sun's ld - libtiff.
> For some reason the libtiff library still manages to build successfully,
> despite a truckload of ld errors (whether built with Sun's ld or GNU
> ld).  Unfortunately, these errors are not printed to the terminal during
> the build phase, nor are they fatal.  They are, however, logged in the
> config.log file, and that's why I didn't notice them at first.
> Once I discovered this, I completely removed the libtiff libraries from
> my system and rebuilt FOX from scratch, this time using Sun's ld.  For
> the first time, it worked!  Then I rebuilt fxscintilla and fxruby (yes,
> I built with fxscintilla support).  They also built successfully using
> Sun's ld.

Slightly off-topic, but do you even need libtiff support for FreeRIDE? I
figured they were only using PNG icons. But I digress.

> However, when I startup FreeRIDE now, I get this:
> >/opt/bin/ruby freeride.rb 
> Failing to load: rubyide_tools_source_parser
> Failing to load: rubyide_tools_fox_source_browser
> Failing to start: rubyide_tools_source_parser
> Failing to start: rubyide_tools_fox_source_browser
> Any ideas?

You didn't specifically say if the FXRuby example programs worked. Did they?
In particular, does the scintilla-test.rb example program run? If these
don't work, then FreeRIDE definitely isn't going to work.


P.S. I couldn't tell if you cross-posted this to both the foxgui-users and
freeride-users mailing lists, but it is probably a little off-topic for the
foxgui-users list. If we do narrow it down to a FOX-specific problem, of
course, this is a good place to hash it out.

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