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build core on Macintosh

asked 2015-08-26 18:46:04 -0700

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updated 2015-08-26 22:43:14 -0700

ry.jones gravatar image
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Downloaded core and tried to build. Downloaded scons and fowled answers from other forums

scons BINDINGS=cpp,java WS=off BT=off ICE=off SERVICES="about,notification,controlpanel,config,onboarding" BUILD_SERVICES_SAMPLES=off

I got the following error:

scons: *** No SConstruct file found.

I'm completely lost.

Thanks in advance.

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is there a reason not to use the published SDK?

ry.jones ( 2015-08-26 22:41:16 -0700 )edit

Currently your question doesn't have sufficient information. Would it be possible to provide the exact version of the source you are attempting to build and the specific directory from which the scons command was invoked?

praveenb ( 2015-09-01 01:07:39 -0700 )edit

What directory are you invoking the SCONS command from? root directory of the source installation?

marcello ( 2015-09-15 15:53:45 -0700 )edit

we don't tell people to use scons directly, so it doesn't matter. We tell people to use xcodebuild. https://build.allseenalliance.org/ci/view/Core%20RB15.09%20SDK/job/branch-osx-sdk/configure-readonly/

ry.jones ( 2015-09-15 16:13:02 -0700 )edit

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answered 2015-10-02 16:05:33 -0700

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If you are going to build for darwin then do not provide the java language binding to be built. There is only support for C++ and Objective-C. Here is a command that you can use if you wish to build with scons for C++:

scons OS=darwin CPU=x86 BD=on VARIANT=release CONFIGURATION=release BINDINGS=cpp SERVICES="about,config,notification,controlpanel" BUILD_SERVICES_SAMPLES=on SDKROOT=$PWD
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