<br><br><div class="gmail_quote">On Dec 16, 2007 4:44 PM, Á¤¿ìÃ¶ <<a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a>> wrote:<br><blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="border-left: 1px solid rgb(204, 204, 204); margin: 0pt 0pt 0pt 0.8ex; padding-left: 1ex;">
Thank you for answer.<br>I have installed the Cygwin toolkit.<br>Source tree downloaded at C:\Documents and Settings\jjj0161\Webkit.<br>And put WebKitSupportLibrary.zip file to<br>C:\Documents and Settings\jjj0161\Webkit\.
<br>Then build with Cygwin shell.(webkit\webkittools\scripts\build-webkit)<br>But, it make many error. (for example, '..\..\WebKitBuild\obj\Web Core\DerivedSources\XMLNames.cpp': No such file or directory)<br>How can I build it? :(
<br>(of course, I update tree with "update-webkit" command.)</blockquote><div><br>I have found that the following problems might cause this:<br><br>1. Be sure to use the Cygwin Downloader ("<a href="http://svn.webkit.org/repository/webkit/trunk/WebKitTools/CygwinDownloader/cygwin-downloader.zip">
http://svn.webkit.org/repository/webkit/trunk/WebKitTools/CygwinDownloader/cygwin-downloader.zip</a>") to get the Cygwin installation. Even if you already have Cygwin, make sure to grab this so you can at least see which packages are needed. I initially ran into trouble because (already having Cygwin), I assumed I could get away with using my existing installation. However, I did not have the gperf package installed and so it failed to autogenerate lots of files. This actually seems likely, based on your errors in the "DerivedSources" directory (many of which are generated, or based on things produced by gperf).
<br><br>2. If you were building, and the build failed, I find that DevStudio often hangs around, locking various important files and generally causing a great deal of mischief. Check your task manager and kill any '
<a href="http://devenv.com">devenv.com</a>', 'devenv.exe', 'cl.exe', 'make.exe', and so forth that might be gumming up the works.<br><br>3. You might need to delete the entire "WebKitBuild" directory and try again. If you did not have things set up properly to begin with, this directory will contain various incorrect versions of these files that will prevent the auto-generation from generating correct copies.
E.g., if you did not have gperf installed (as in step 1), you will have some zero-length files that prevent valid copies from being generated.<br><br>I hope that these three tips will resolve your issue.<br><br>Thanks,<br>