[webkit-help] WebKit "BUILD FAILED"

Nicholas Geier ncgeier at vistaresources.net
Wed Jul 29 01:56:14 PDT 2009

JavaScriptCoreGenerated - 0 error(s), 0 warning(s)
record-memory-win - 0 error(s), 0 warning(s)
WTF - 0 error(s), 0 warning(s
JavaScriptCore - 2 error(s), 0 warning(s)
.\JavaScriptCore.rc(17) : error RC2127 : version WORDs separated by commas
.\JavaScriptCore.rc(17) : error RC2167 : unrecognized VERSIONINFO field;
BEGIN or comma expected
QTMovieWin - 1 error(s), 0 warning(s)
Project : error PRJ0002 : Error result 1 returned from
Above is how it started out while I was writing to you before.
Right here instead of cleaning out the output dir (as I always do because it
did not always run if I didn't) I am going to rename the dir so I have a
previous one for comparison purposes and run again, betting that I get
different results.
OF COURSE!! (That's not "AHA!")  It figures that as I document this to show
you the way it changes from one time to the next it finally does the same
thing two times in a row.  One thing has happened that could be the reason
behind this.  I first installed VS 2005 on the 10th this month. I installed
cygwin on the 19th and I probabaly ran my build-webkit a week ago today.
That probably kicked off the first use of Visual Studio on this computer as
I had another agenda and after installing it I never ran it.  So, I have
windows automatic updates running and yesterday it installed a few updates
and I noticed one of them had to do with Visual Studio.
 I just tried this a third time since that update and all three runs
produced identical results so next I will analyze those errors.
Above is the first five objects in order that they were built. The first one
to fail has explicit errors listed and I know how to deal with those. The
majority of errors I saw are the same as what happened in QTMovieWin.  I
have no idea how to deal with that PRJ0002 error saying result 1 returned
from cmd.exe.
Maybe you can give me a hint on that while I look into the other errors?
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