Re: [Sawfish] x.c

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I'd say to "make clean" or some harsher (distclean etc).

Build systems record the (auto-generated) dependencies (in the  .d
files, for example),  with absolute pathnames, so if

1/ you move your  source tree, the build system will consider wrong paths
2/ your "system" headers change,  same happens.

So, you need to get rid of those   .d files,
and also generated Makefiles & everything generated by previous

On Wed, Jul 11, 2012 at 12:18 PM, Gabor Z. Papp <gzp@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> lo lo,
> I'm trying to compile sawfish 1.9.0 from source, and getting the
> following error:
> make[1]: *** No rule to make target `/x.o', needed by `x.lo'. Stop.
> The problem started when I reinstalled my X, and changed the X prefix
> from /x to /
> Same problem exist with sawfish 1.7 and 1.8.
> I think, the problem is around libtool. Of course reinstalled libtool
> too, but I can't resolve the problem, except with renaming x.c xraw.c,
> but that generates new problems later.
> So, could someone reveiw this problem - and rename x.c?
> --
> Sawfish ML

Sawfish ML

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