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Post by KUDr »

Due to my mistake today the compile farm failed to build most of targets.
So here is Win32 build

<< Please do not do this. The CompileFarm recovers itself in the end. Making custom nightlies is asking for questions and we agreed long ago not to go that way. Thank you. /TrueLight >>
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Post by Thun »

Hi guys,
I like the OTTD very much, it's really cool.

But the Nightly doesn't run. It says that some "sample.cat" file is missing.
I tried an elder version as well, but there's the same problem. Someone knows how to solve the problem?

Thanks.
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Thun wrote:Hi guys,
I like the OTTD very much, it's really cool.

But the Nightly doesn't run. It says that some "sample.cat" file is missing.
I tried an elder version as well, but there's the same problem. Someone knows how to solve the problem?

Thanks.
yeah. The problem is that you failed to open the readme (which is bad considering you didn't even do that when you got problems)
the reason why this file is missing is that you have to have a copy of TTD and you need to copy that file into your data dir. The same goes for some other files as well. The reason is copyright issues. We don't own the rights to the sounds, music or graphics, so we can't include them.
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Post by Picknicker »

Hi,

i have a dedicated I-net Server (Debain 3.1 AMD64) one stable OTTD, one nightly build and one MiniIn.
I use on all Server the autopilot script:
http://www.tt-forums.net/viewtopic.php?t=22846

Since version -r5953 Nightly and -r6028 MinIN does not work autopilot any more.

i start autopilot and autopilot (Expect) starts openttd and sice MiniIN -r6028/ Nightly -r5953 crash openttd probably after start over autopilot. Without autopilot works this version of openttd perfectly.

I suppose something it was changed in the code (openTTD), so that cannot be pursued openTTD any more with Expect??

thx for help
sorry for my bad english :?

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Post by TrueBrain »

As you might have guessed yourself, this is the wrong topic to place this. Please try it again in the topic you refer to yourself, as thatone is about the autopilot, and this is about the download location for the nightlies. Thank you.
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Post by Digitalfox »

Hi..

The compile farm failed to create windows nightly build and other's OS..

Since two days ago..

Hope someone will fix it!!..
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Post by StRaVeN »

Hey, where are win32 nightlys?
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Post by Digitalfox »

StRaVeN wrote:Hey, where are win32 nightlys?
There are some problems with compile farm..

I have been looking at svn for some days now, and i see some fix's being made to the farm, lep's hope that they fix all the problems of the farm..

Peace.. :D
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If someone is adept enough to fix the problem, you're more than welcome. Some C++ code was added recently on which the compile farm flips when making the windows nightlies. Look here for more info: http://nightly.openttd.org/devs/error.log

Most notably:

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undefined reference to `__dso_handle'
undefined reference to `__cxa_atexit'
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Darkvater wrote:If someone is adept enough to fix the problem, you're more than welcome. Some C++ code was added recently on which the compile farm flips when making the windows nightlies. Look here for more info: http://nightly.openttd.org/devs/error.log

Most notably:

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undefined reference to `__dso_handle'
undefined reference to `__cxa_atexit'
If you can fix it, we'll give you a cookie :)
Well i'm a Network Guru ( MCP, MCSE, CCNP, HTI )..

So programming it's out of my league..

But please someone that could fix this, please do so..

Thanks..
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Darkvater wrote:If someone is adept enough to fix the problem, you're more than welcome. Some C++ code was added recently on which the compile farm flips when making the windows nightlies. Look here for more info: http://nightly.openttd.org/devs/error.log

Most notably:

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undefined reference to `__dso_handle'
undefined reference to `__cxa_atexit'
If you can fix it, we'll give you a cookie :)
I can fix it, try the following:
Revert the changes that broke it out of the code.
That's why you're using CVS in the first place right?
This being obvious, I'm guessing there's a good reason you've not bothered doing it.
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Post by ma5owat »

I've been playing around trying to setup a compiler on my system and have managed to compile the latest nightly r7257.

Since the last successful nightly compile was r7197 on Nov. 17 and lots of people are asking about when the nightly will be fixed, I'm temporary posting the version I compiled.

For reference this was compiled under MinGW and gcc with support for sdl, directmusic, png, zlib, and static.

EDIT 2006-11-30 removed file since compiler farm is working again.
Last edited by ma5owat on 30 Nov 2006 14:55, edited 1 time in total.
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Moriarty wrote:That's why you're using CVS in the first place right?
They use SVN.
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Post by Moriarty »

I meant CSV - it's a type of data storage filetype.
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Darkvater wrote:If someone is adept enough to fix the problem, you're more than welcome. Some C++ code was added recently on which the compile farm flips when making the windows nightlies. Look here for more info: http://nightly.openttd.org/devs/error.log

Most notably:

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undefined reference to `__dso_handle'
undefined reference to `__cxa_atexit'
If you can fix it, we'll give you a cookie :)
I opened the file http://nightly.openttd.org/devs/error.total.log and I'm just wondering if the problem could be some missing compiler files.

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[15:46:41] Error-report of compile 'openttd:nightly' with rule 'win32'
gcc-config error: Could not run/locate "i386-pc-linux-gnu-gcc"
make: *** [endian_check.exe] Error 1
Compile failed (15:46:44)

[15:52:37] Error-report of compile 'openttd:nightly' with rule 'win32'
yapf/yapf_rail.o:yapf_rail.cpp:(.....removed......): undefined reference to `__dso_handle'
yapf/yapf_rail.o:yapf_rail.cpp:(.......removed.......): undefined reference to `__cxa_atexit'
...............
make: *** [openttd.exe] Error 1
Compile failed (15:53:38)

[15:54:58] Error-report of compile 'openttd:nightly' with rule 'win32'
i386-mingw32msvc-gcc: installation problem, cannot exec `cc1': No such file or directory
..........................
i386-mingw32msvc-g++: installation problem, cannot exec `cc1plus': No such file or directory
make: *** [yapf/follow_track.o] Error 1
Compile failed (15:55:03)

[15:55:05] Error-report of compile 'openttd:nightly' with rule 'morphos'
string.c:11: warning: No include path in which to find wctype.h
os_timer.c:68: warning: #warning "(non-fatal) No support for rdtsc(), you won't be able to profile with TIC/TOC"
os_timer.c:68: warning: #warning "(non-fatal) No support for rdtsc(), you won't be able to profile with TIC/TOC"
string.c:11: wctype.h: No such file or directory
make: *** [string.o] Error 1
make: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....
Compile failed (15:55:24)
On my systems wctype.h is located in:
C:\cygwin\usr\include
C:\cygwin\usr\include\mingw
C:\MinGW\include

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[16:10:16] Error-report of compile 'openttd:nightly' with rule 'win32'
In file included from yapf/yapf_ship.cpp:5:
yapf/yapf.hpp:33:15: new: No such file or directory
............
yapf/blob.hpp: In member function `Titem_* CBlobT<Titem_, Tbase_>::Append(const Titem_*, int) [with Titem_ = char, Tbase_ = CBlobBaseSimple]':
yapf/blob.hpp:339:   instantiated from here
yapf/blob.hpp:302: error: no matching function for call to `operator new(unsigned int, char*)'
<internal>:0: note: candidates are: void* operator new(unsigned int)
make: *** [yapf/follow_track.o] Error 1
Compile failed (16:10:26)
From my knowledge it seems like files or directories have been removed for gcc to work properly, that could explain why we can compile on own machine without any problems.
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Post by Bjarni »

the compile server got screwed in a software update, that went wrong. It will take "some days" to get operational again. The svn source is fine, so reverting a commit will not help at all.
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What happened to the Linux 386 nightlies?
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athanasios wrote:What happened to the Linux 386 nightlies?
They are gone. Stopped to exists :) For this, there are some reasons. One of them is very simple:

We wanted to upgrade all targets to use glibc-2.4. One downside of this is, that this version is so called nptlonly. It only has Native POSIX Thread Library. This is perfectly okay, and gives no real problems, only.. it needs i486 compiler or higher. So, i386 compiler can no longer work with glibc-2.4, or rather, with nptlonly glibc. So, we upgrade to i686 as the lowest compiler. Therefor i386 is gone.

Anyway, this isn't a real issue. The only system that don't run i686 are so far outdated, that I doubt the currently nightlies will work on them at all. This of course is no excuse. If you feel that your system really can't run i686, I still ask you to just try.

The other reason for this was, that for the longest time I personally found it silly to compile both i386 and i686. I either wanted i386 or i686. As i386 now is considered out-dated by Gentoo Portage, I thought it was a good chance to out-date it in OpenTTD too :)

Anyway, I hope this clears it up a bit for you. If you have any other questions, feel free to post me a email (truelight at openttd dot org), as I don't read those forums that often. It is that glx pointed me to this thread ;)

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Post by aharon »

Frist i think it's the place to ask...
Second where i can download the version 0.48?
plz help me :cry:
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Post by Rubidium »

Please read the first post of this thread. 0.4.8 is an 'official release'.
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