Problems with compiling ReactOS 0.2.6

Ask your support questions in here

Moderator: Moderator Team

Post Reply
mily
Posts: 106
Joined: Tue Dec 21, 2004 4:35 pm
Contact:

Problems with compiling ReactOS 0.2.6

Post by mily »

Code: Select all

ntoskrnl: [CC] mm/verifier.c
ntoskrnl: [CC] mm/virtual.c
ntoskrnl: [CC] mm/wset.c
ntoskrnl: [CC] ob/dirobj.c
ntoskrnl: [CC] ob/handle.c
ntoskrnl: [CC] ob/namespc.c
ob/namespc.c: In function `ObInit':
ob/namespc.c:391: error: parse error before "h"
ob/namespc.c:391: error: stray '\220' in program
ob/namespc.c:391: error: stray '\225' in program
ob/namespc.c:444: error: stray '\168' in program
ob/namespc.c:444: error: `InitializeObjectAttr' undeclared (first use in this function)
ob/namespc.c:444: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
ob/namespc.c:444: error: for each function it appears in.)
ob/namespc.c:444: error: stray '\220' in program
ob/namespc.c:444: error: stray '\225' in program
ob/namespc.c:444: warning: implicit declaration of function `es'
make[1]: *** [ob/namespc.o] Error 1
make: *** [ntoskrnl] Error 2
I have this error when I try to compile ReactOS 0.2.6. I think sources are OK, becouse there is a binary package on reactos.com page.
Before compilation process I prepared environment installing necessary tools: "emerge xmingw-binutils xmingw-w32api xmingw-runtime xmingw-gcc". The next step I unzipped sources to /1. Then I entered cd /1/reactos and nano -w rules.mak. In this file I added on the top of file this line:
HOST=mingw32-linux

and changed this:

ifeq ($(HOST),mingw32-linux)
export NASM_FORMAT = win32
export PREFIX = mingw32-

to this

ifeq ($(HOST),mingw32-linux)
export NASM_FORMAT = win32
export PREFIX = i386-mingw32msvc-

Next I edited my /etc/profile file and added path to mingw compiler, then I wrote make. Compilation ends everytime with error message posted on the top of this post. What's the matter?

Meklort
Posts: 175
Joined: Sat Mar 05, 2005 11:53 pm
Location: Colorado
Contact:

Post by Meklort »

try running trhis instead, you might have too old of xmingw (I did),

Code: Select all

ACCEPT_KEYWORDS="~x86" emerge....

mily
Posts: 106
Joined: Tue Dec 21, 2004 4:35 pm
Contact:

Post by mily »

I use ~x86 Gentoo ;).

I have this line in make.conf file :D.

Post Reply

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: DotBot [Crawler] and 2 guests