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missing sound.h?

Post by Dothmul » 23 Jan 2005, 01:01

I just downloaded the souce code for version 007e or something like that (It was the only tarball I could find on the site), installed all of the appropite libs and dependences and such but I keep getting the following error while running make:

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g++ -Wall -march=i686 -O3 -fexpensive-optimizations -pipe -fomit-frame-pointer -funroll-loops   -c -o being.o being.cpp
being.cpp: In function `NODE* find_node(unsigned int)':
being.cpp:149: warning: comparison between signed and unsigned integer expressions
g++ -Wall -march=i686 -O3 -fexpensive-optimizations -pipe -fomit-frame-pointer -funroll-loops   -c -o game.o game.cpp
game.cpp:30:27: ./Sound/sound.h: No such file or directory
game.cpp:40: error: `TmwSound' does not name a type
game.cpp: In function `void do_init()':
game.cpp:147: error: `sound' undeclared (first use this function)
game.cpp:147: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once for eachfunction it appears in.)
game.cpp: In function `void do_input()':
game.cpp:224: error: `sound' undeclared (first use this function)
make: *** [game.o] Error 1
Please help cuz I want to play!
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Post by Bjørn » 23 Jan 2005, 05:57

Notice it's trying to include "Sound/sound.h" while it should be "sound/sound.h". This problem was fixed months ago though, please try to use CVS to get the latest source (see Downloads page). The currently needed libraries are SDL, SDL_mixer, SDL_image and Guichan.
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Post by Dothmul » 23 Jan 2005, 18:36

thats not the problem...Sound/sound.h is correct as the folder is capitalized when I unzipped it. I looked in the sound folder there was no sound.h or sound.cpp in it. also I went to the downloads page and the daily snapshots link wasn't working and the CVS copy past thing wasn't working as well. This was the only tarball I could find on the site.
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Post by maci » 23 Jan 2005, 20:10

ElvenProgrammer wrote:Maci: don't be rude, we're here to help people ;)
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Post by ElvenProgrammer » 23 Jan 2005, 20:23

Since you posted here, you're a linux user so getting the latest cvs version shouldn't be hard, just use the command line in the downloads page to get the latest one.
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Post by Bjørn » 24 Jan 2005, 11:26

Dothmul wrote:thats not the problem...Sound/sound.h is correct as the folder is capitalized when I unzipped it. I looked in the sound folder there was no sound.h or sound.cpp in it. also I went to the downloads page and the daily snapshots link wasn't working and the CVS copy past thing wasn't working as well. This was the only tarball I could find on the site.
Well that must have been before I got here then, sorry about that. In any case, that code is ancient.
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