I can usually follow directions and make things work…but I am stumped.
I am compiling an app for the Raspberry Pi (raspian linux). The app comes with all the source code and libraries needed.
I followed the directions and compiled Cinder without any errors.
My problem is the app build file has a command (these files are placed in the Cinder samples area);
Inside a file named cibuild, is one command
…/…/…/tools/linux/cibuilder -app “$@”
I assume it is looking in the Cinder/tools/linux directory for a file named cibuilder…or perhaps there is supposed to be a directory named cibuilder. In any case, there is not…and nothing remotely resembling it.
This app was written in 2016 and apparently Cinder made a big change in 2016…
So can someone direct me to some knowledge on how to change this so it correctly compiles? (there is a CMakeLists.txt file in the same directory)
It seems like CMake should be the command, but I don’t know how to make the conversion.
There is an include directory, a src directory, and a directory named linux which contains the cibuild file and the CMakeLists.txt file.