I'm trying to install from git on a ubuntu 14.04, but I could
identify the origin of some errors after the "make".
What you are seeing are "linking errors", i.e. the compiler searches for
the implementation of a function, but does not find it. As a result, it
rejects to create an executable, causing `make' to abort.
I have already checked the list of dependencies and apparently all
present. If anyone has any idea how to solve it, I thank you. Follow
the trace after the "make" command in the build folder:
You'll need to tell us a bit more about your environment. How did you
create the Git checkout? Did you make a fresh checkout or pulled into an
existing copy? Also, please tell us the ID of the commit you tried to
compile (run `git log -n1' to obtain it -- the commit id is the long
sequence of numbers and letters on the first line).
As a guess, the error looks to me as if your version of SFML is too
old. I remember having seen these Joystick linking errors before with
xet7 (our website maintainer and Finnish translator). xet7, do you think
you can comment on these?
p.s.: I'm newbie to this project's technologies.
That's all fine. That's why we are here to help you.
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