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Re: A few rough edges building on linux - clang

PostPosted: Mon Sep 26 2016 10:00 am
by marlowa
ansel wrote:
I have followed these instructions but it still doesn't build. I still get the same error. The header file Index.h is not under /usr/lib/llvm-3.7/include. What am I doing wrong?


Can you let us know which platform and version you are building on?

I managed to almost completely trash my debian env this weekend so will be doing a complete rebuild next weekend. Then I will have a fresh go with a doxypress build.

Re: A few rough edges building on linux - clang

PostPosted: Fri Nov 11 2016 7:22 pm
by barbara
We would like to follow up and find out what issues, if any, you are having when building DoxyPress.

Thanks,

Barbara

Re: A few rough edges building on linux - clang

PostPosted: Sun Dec 03 2017 8:45 pm
by marlowa
barbara wrote:I have added a link to our documentation in the README files for DoxyPress and DoxyPressApp. The documentation explains how to build from source. The following is the same link you will find in the README:
http://www.copperspice.com/docs/doxypress/build-doxypress.html
The documentation for the clang specific information is located on the following documentation page:
http://www.copperspice.com/docs/doxypress/parsing.html
Barbara

I am still struggling with the above, where it fails to find that clang header. I am trying to build doxypress 1.2.11 and configure still says all is well then make goes on to fail to compile. The HTML help pages do not talk about this. They just say that you run configure then make. The page http://www.copperspice.com/docs/doxypress/parsing.html does talk a little bit about clang but it talks about the build settings tab under source code. What's that about, please? I am trying to build via the command line. There is no source tab.