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Problem in Building CuraEngine

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Hi Daid,

I have installed mingw32-make and running make in the CuraEngine directory in the DOS prompt. I am getting the following error. Can you pls help us with set up of environment

C:githubmhkCuraCuraEngine>mingw32-make all

g++ -I. -c -Wall -Wextra -O3 -fomit-frame-pointer gcodeExport.cpp -o gcodeExport.o

In file included from utils/intpoint.h:12,

from utils/floatpoint.h:10,

from settings.h:4,

from gcodeExport.h:7,

from gcodeExport.cpp:4:

clipper/clipper.hpp:41: ostream: No such file or directory

In file included from utils/floatpoint.h:10,

from settings.h:4,

from gcodeExport.h:7,

from gcodeExport.cpp:4:

utils/intpoint.h:15: stdint.h: No such file or directory

In file included from settings.h:4,

from gcodeExport.h:7,

from gcodeExport.cpp:4:

utils/floatpoint.h:12: stdint.h: No such file or directory

In file included from gcodeExport.cpp:5:

pathOrderOptimizer.h:5: stdint.h: No such file or directory

mingw32-make: *** [gcodeExport.o] Error 1

 

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It cannot find standard system header files, sure you installed all of Mingw32?

(I'm using the one that comes with Code::Blocks)

 

Hello~

I have some question for same issue. compile eorror.

cura engine source is placed in 'd:\MyWorks\......\CuraEngine-13.11.2 and Mingw32 installed to 'C:\MinGW'.

open cmd.exe, and set path as bellow

SET MINGW_ROOT=C:\MinGW

SET PATH=%MINGW_ROOT%\bin;%PATH%

SET PATH=%MINGW_ROOT%\mingw32\bin\libexec\gcc\mingw32\4.8.1;%PATH%

run .....\CuraEngine-13.11.2\mingw23-make

error message is

g++ -I. -c -Wall -Wextra -O3 -fomit-frame-pointer bridge.cpp -o bridge.o

Makefile:41: recipe for target 'bridge.o' failed

g++: error: CreateProcess: No such file or directory

mingw32-make: *** [bridge.o] Error 1

how can i clear the build error?

 

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