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- Subject: Re: please help newbie compiling keplerproject
- From: Mahmut Ozcan <mahmut00@...>
- Date: Mon, 29 Aug 2005 02:17:49 +0200 (CEST)
--- Tomas <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit :
> > I don't know if apache need to be run when I compile kepler ?
> It doesn't matter.
> > Please see my attached config file for missconfigured paths or things
> The error is here:
> # Lua Binary converter (bin2c)
> # Lua distribution includes it at etc directory
> #BIN2C= /usr/local/bin/bin2c50
> BIN2C= /usr/local/lua-5.0.2/bin/tolua
> `bin2c' is not `tolua'! We recommend you download LuaBinaries
> and install it (instead of using the original Lua distribution) before
> making or installing Kepler. Of course you can use Lua distribution, but
> you'll have to configure it also. In case you prefer to compile Lua from
> source, remember to compile and install `bin2c' which is at etc/ directory.
> Hope this helps, but fell free to ask anything (you could
> post to this list, to email@example.com or directly to me).
Many thanks it works great now. I'm able to play some test with xavante now
Indeed, I was wrong about bin2c. I compiled the bin2c binary from lua/etc/ directory as you said.
I'll not hesitate to post some feedback. I like lua and would like to thank all people who
continue to develop it and many thanks again to kepler team and to all people who contribute...
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