Opened 4 years ago

Closed 4 years ago

#66 closed defect (invalid)

RC Error: VirtualBox.res at end of compile

Reported by: rklipp Owned by:
Priority: major Milestone: preview
Component: Frontends Keywords:
Cc:

Description

kBuild: Installing tstVBoxAPI => F:/5.0.6Netlabs-143/out/os2.x86/release/bin/test
case/tstVBoxAPI.exe

Reading binary resource file F:\5.0.6Netlabs-143\out\os2.x86\release\obj\VirtualB
ox\src\platform\os2\VirtualBox?.res

(0) RC: error - Only integer TYPE allowed ().
RC: 1 error detected


kmk: * [F:/5.0.6Netlabs-143/out/os2.x86/release/obj/VirtualBox/VirtualBox.exe]
Error 1
The failing command:
@g++.exe @F:/5.0.6Netlabs-143/out/os2.x86/release/obj/VirtualBox/VirtualBox.rsp
kmk:
* Deleting file `F:/5.0.6Netlabs-143/out/os2.x86/release/obj/VirtualBox/V
rtualBox.exe'
kmk: * [F:/5.0.6Netlabs-143/out/os2.x86/release/obj/VirtualBox/VirtualBox.exe]
Deleting file `F:/5.0.6Netlabs-143/out/os2.x86/release/obj/VirtualBox/VirtualBox
map'
kmk:
* [F:/5.0.6Netlabs-143/out/os2.x86/release/obj/VirtualBox/VirtualBox.exe]
Deleting file `F:/5.0.6Netlabs-143/out/os2.x86/release/obj/VirtualBox/VirtualBox
rsp'
#

Change History (9)

comment:1 Changed 4 years ago by Valery V. Sedletski

2rklipp: Now wrc.exe from Open Watcom is used for resources, instead of rc.exe from Toolkit. So, you need to install the gcc-wrc package for that.

comment:2 Changed 4 years ago by rklipp

Got gcc-wrc installed but get same error in different place, Am I still missing something?

info: sizeof(VMMR0JMPBUF): 0x50 (80)
info: sizeof(VMXRESTOREHOST): 0x38 (56)
tstAsmStructs: SUCCESS

Reading binary resource file F:\5.0.6Netlabs-143\out\os2.x86\release\obj\VirtualB
ox\src\platform\os2\VirtualBox?.res

(0) RC: error - Only integer TYPE allowed ().
RC: 1 error detected

kmk: * [F:/5.0.6Netlabs-143/out/os2.x86/release/obj/VirtualBox/VirtualBox.exe]
Error 1
The failing command:
@g++.exe @F:/5.0.6Netlabs-143/out/os2.x86/release/obj/VirtualBox/VirtualBox.rsp
kmk:
* Deleting file `F:/5.0.6Netlabs-143/out/os2.x86/release/obj/VirtualBox/Vi
rtualBox.exe'
kmk: * [F:/5.0.6Netlabs-143/out/os2.x86/release/obj/VirtualBox/VirtualBox.exe]
Deleting file `F:/5.0.6Netlabs-143/out/os2.x86/release/obj/VirtualBox/VirtualBox.
map'
kmk:
* [F:/5.0.6Netlabs-143/out/os2.x86/release/obj/VirtualBox/VirtualBox.exe]
Deleting file `F:/5.0.6Netlabs-143/out/os2.x86/release/obj/VirtualBox/VirtualBox.
rsp'
#

comment:3 Changed 4 years ago by diver

did you install gcc-wrc with rpm? Did you reboot afterwards? As it writes some settings to config.sys

comment:4 Changed 4 years ago by rklipp

Yes rebooting changed things, now this:

kBuild: xpidl XPCOM - F:/5.0.6Netlabs-143/src/libs/xpcom18a4/xpcom/ds/nsISupports
Iterators.idl
Assertion failed: arc == NO_ERROR, file D:/Users/dmik/rpmbuild/BUILD/libcx-0.3.1/
src/shared.c, line 159

Killed by SIGABRT
pid=0x3fc4 ppid=0x0358 tid=0x0001 slot=0x00c4 pri=0x0200 mc=0x0001 ps=0x0010
F:\5.0.6NETLABS-143\OUT\OS2.X86\RELEASE\OBJ\XPIDL\XPIDL.EXE
Process dumping was disabled, use DUMPPROC / PROCDUMP to enable it.
kmk: * [F:/5.0.6Netlabs-143/out/os2.x86/release/bin/sdk/bindings/xpcom/include/
nsISupportsIterators.h] Abort trap
kmk:
* Deleting file `F:/5.0.6Netlabs-143/out/os2.x86/release/bin/sdk/bindings/
xpcom/include/nsISupportsIterators.h'
#

comment:5 Changed 4 years ago by dmik

Please make sure you have only have one copy of libxc0.dll around (especially in memory). This error is an indicator that there are several versions and one is trying to screw the other one. It was fixed in current releases but if you have some old or test build along the path it will break.

comment:6 Changed 4 years ago by rklipp

There is no libxc0.dll anywhere on this machine. Are you speaking of the same libxc0 used with Octopus?

comment:7 Changed 4 years ago by diver

of course this should have been libcx0.dll.

I really hope you use a rpm only build env. As somehow you are the only one having issues to build.
If you send me your e-mail address, I will invite you to our team at slack. It's way easier to discuss build issues over there as in tickets.

my mail is: info (at) bitwiseworks (dot) com

comment:8 Changed 4 years ago by rklipp

This problem was resolved by re-downloading the source code and re-compiling. Consider it fixed and there was no problem with the source code other than an apparent bad download.

comment:9 Changed 4 years ago by dmik

Resolution: invalid
Status: newclosed

Yes I meant 'libcx0.dll` of course, that was a typo. Anyway, closing this. As for instant chat with the developers, there is now an instruction on how to join it that doesn't require invitations: http://trac.netlabs.org/vbox/wiki/WikiStart#IRCchatfordevelopers.

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