My Problem is the following:
I've downloaded the Cafusource package from this site and extracted it.
Then I downloaded Python 32bit for Windows and installed it.
Installed scons (version:v2.1.0.alpha.20101125.r5183[MODIFIED])
I installed MSVC 2010 Express and after he said that he can't find nmake I installed MSVC 2008.
I also tried to manually set vc9 in CompilerSetup.py but it was the same.
Scons always complains about not finding of nmake.
I don't know what to do now.
Does anyone how to solve this Problem ?
Some Information about my system:
WIN7 PROF x64
SCons by Steven Knight et al.:
engine: v2.1.0.alpha.20101125.r5183[MODIFIED], 2010/11/25 14:46:21,by bdeegan on ubuntu
engine path: ['C:\\Python27\\Scripts\\..\\Lib\\site-packages\\scons-2.1.0.alpha.20101125\\SCons']
Copyright (c) 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 The SCons Foundation
scons: Reading SConscript files ...
nmake /nologo /f makefile.vc BUILD=debug SHARED=0 RUNTIME_LIBS=static COMPILER_P
Der Befehl "nmake" ist entweder falsch geschrieben oder
konnte nicht gefunden werden.
scons: *** Error 1
I found out how to do it.
I had to set the TargetArchitekture manualy to x86 in the CompilerSetup.py File.
He is now compiling.
PS: I think you schould add this to the "Getting Started from Source" Page on this Website, because it can easy create errors which aren't be easy to find.
PPS: Sorry for my bad English, I'm German
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You're right, this is a common error. Thanks for your feedback -- I've just updated the page.Thalhammer wrote:PS: I think you schould add this to the "Getting Started from Source" Page on this Website, because it can easy create errors which aren't be easy to find.
We will also provide a build alternative such as CMake in the future, but currently the majority of the efforts is focused on the upcoming Model Editor.
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