[vbox-dev] Building from SVN

Perry Halbert phalbert at cox.net
Mon Aug 6 13:24:41 GMT 2012

Here are the lines showing the breakage for reference:

kBuild: Compiling VBoxPcBios - /trunk/src/VBox/Devices/PC/BIOS/orgs.asm
kmk: *** No rule to make target 
`/trunk/src/VBox/Devices/Graphics/BIOS-new/vgarom.asm', needed by 
`/trunk/out/linux.amd64/release/obj/VBoxVgaBios/vgarom.obj'. Stop.

kBuild: Compiling HGSMIHostR3Lib - 
kBuild: Compiling EfiThunk - /trunk/src/VBox/Devices/EFI/Thunk/EfiThunk.asm
kmk: *** No rule to make target 
`/trunk/out/linux.amd64/release/obj/bin2c/bin2c', needed by 
`/trunk/out/linux.amd64/release/obj/EfiThunkBin/EfiThunkBin.c'. Stop.

On 08/06/2012 06:35 AM, Klaus Espenlaub wrote:
> On 03.08.2012 22:28, Perry Halbert wrote:
>> Has the numbering scheme been changed for building from SVN?
>> I see an even number (0 and expected 51) and BETA which forces a warning
>> at VirtualBox startup and BETA across the main manager. I know how to
>> work around this but was wanting to know if this is by design. Seems odd
>> to me that SVN would be marked Beta.
> Why do you think it's odd? We're at the moment in BETA phase, and those
> bear the final version number. We did it the same way with the previous
> BETA phases. For 4.1.0 see r37717 and later if you don't believe me :)
>> One other question, should I be able to build using open watcom now
>> since the enable bit is on in the config.kmk? Presently I have to add
>> the disable bit in my LocalConfig.kmk to get the build to work. Trying
>> to use open watcom I get several no rules to make errors. The latest one
>> was EFI
> Strange... I thought OpenWatcom was only used for the traditional BIOS
> (and the VGA BIOS). However it's expected that there are some build
> glitches left, because we didn't have time to polish the configure
> script after the changes.
> Klaus
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