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Compile errors in win32

Post by therock247uk » Wed Nov 09, 2005 2:42 pm

I want to compile my own Unrealircd but I am getting Compile errors.

Creating library wircd.lib and object wircd.exp
Debug version built ...
NMAKE : fatal error U1095: expanded command line 'cl /LDd /MD /Zi /nologo
/Fosrc/modules/ /I ./INCLUDE /D NOSPOOF /D MODULE_COMPILE SRC/MODULES/L_COMMAN
DS.C SRC/MODULES/M_CHGHOST.C SRC/MODULES/M_SDESC.C SRC/MODULES/M_SETIDENT.C SRC
/MODULES/M_SETNAME.C SRC/MODULES/M_SETHOST.C SRC/MODULES/M_CHGIDENT.C SRC/MODUL
ES/M_SVSMOTD.C SRC/MODULES/M_SVSNLINE.C SRC/MODULES/M_WHO.C SRC/MODULES/M_SWHOI
S.C SRC/MODULES/M_SVSMODE.C SRC/MODULES/M_AWAY.C SRC/MODULES/M_SVSNOOP.C SRC/MO
DULES/M_MKPASSWD.C SRC/MODULES/M_SVSO.C SRC/MODULES/M_SVSNICK.C SRC/MODULES/M_A
DMINCHAT.C SRC/MODULES/M_AKILL.C SRC/MODULES/M_CHGNAME.C SRC/MODULES/M_GUEST.C
SRC/MODULES/M_HTM.C SRC/MODULES/M_LAG.C SRC/MODULES/M_MESSAGE.C SRC/MODULES/M_N
ACHAT.C SRC/MODULES/M_OPER.C SRC/MODULES/M_PINGPONG.C SRC/MODULES/M_QUIT.C SRC/
MODULES/M_RAKILL.C SRC/MODULES/M_RPING.C SRC/MODULES/M_SENDUMODE.C SRC/MODULES/
M_SQLINE.C SRC/MODULES/M_KILL.C SRC/MODULES/M_TSCTL.C SRC/MODULES/M_UNKLINE.C S
RC/MODULES/M_UNSQLINE.C SRC/MODULES/M_UNZLINE.C SRC/MODULES/M_WHOIS.C SRC/MODUL
ES/M_TKL.C SRC/MODULES/M_VHOST.C SRC/MODULES/M_CYCLE.C SRC/MODULES/M_SVSJOIN.C
SRC/MODULES/M_SVSPART.C SRC/MODULES/M_SVSLUSERS.C SRC/MODULES/M_SVSWATCH.C SRC/
MODULES/M_SVSSILENCE.C SRC/MODULES/M_SENDSNO.C SRC/MODULES/M_SVSSNO.C SRC/MODUL
ES/M_SAJOIN.C SRC/MODULES/M_SAPART.C SRC/MODULES/M_SAMODE.C SRC/MODULES/M_KICK.
C SRC/MODULES/M_TOPIC.C SRC/MODULES/M_INVITE.C SRC/MODULES/M_LIST.C SRC/MODULES
/M_TIME.C SRC/MODULES/M_SVSKILL.C SRC/MODULES/M_KNOCK.C SRC/MODULES/M_UMODE2.C
SRC/MODULES/M_SQUIT.C SRC/MODULES/M_PROTOCTL.C SRC/MODULES/M_SJOIN.C SRC/MODULE
S/M_PASS.C SRC/MODULES/M_USERHOST.C SRC/MODULES/M_ISON.C SRC/MODULES/M_SILENCE.
C SRC/MODULES/M_ADDLINE.C SRC/MODULES/M_ADDMOTD.C SRC/MODULES/M_ADDOMOTD.C SRC
/MODULES/M_WALLOPS.C SRC/MODULES/M_GLOBOPS.C SRC/MODULES/M_LOCOPS.C SRC/MODULES
/M_CHATOPS.C SRC/MODULES/M_ADMIN.C SRC/MODULES/M_TRACE.C SRC/MODULES/M_NETINFO.
C SRC/MODULES/M_LINKS.C SRC/MODULES/M_HELP.C SRC/MODULES/M_RULES.C SRC/MODULES/
M_CLOSE.C SRC/MODULES/M_MAP.C SRC/MODULES/M_EOS.C SRC/MODULES/M_SERVER.C SRC/MO
DULES/M_STATS.C SRC/MODULES/M_SVSFLINE.C SRC/MODULES/M_DCCDENY.C SRC/MODULES/M_
UNDCCDENY.C SRC/MODULES/M_WHOWAS.C SRC/MODULES/M_CONNECT.C SRC/MODULES/M_DCCALL
OW.C SRC/MODULES/M_USERIP.C SRC/MODULES/M_NICK.C SRC/MODULES/M_USER.C SRC/MODUL
ES/M_MODE.C SRC/MODULES/M_WATCH.C SRC/MODULES/M_PART.C SRC/MODULES/M_JOIN.C SR
C/MODULES/M_MOTD.C SRC/MODULES/M_OPERMOTD.C SRC/MODULES/M_BOTMOTD.C SRC/MODULES
/M_LUSERS.C /link /def:src/modules/module.def wircd.lib /OUT:src/modules
/commands.dll' too long
Stop.

C:\Documents and Settings\PC\Desktop\installers\Unreal 3.2.3\Unreal3.2>

I am using Microsoft Visual C++ Toolkit 2003 and nmake version 1.50 I've researched that error on search engines most of them says i need to update to nmake 1.70 but I cant find a download link on it. My Operating system is Windows XP SP 2.

Any ideas?

Thanks.

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Post by Syzop » Wed Nov 09, 2005 2:45 pm

I've never had that, but...

A simple google at "expanded command line" "too long" might help, don't know ;).

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Post by therock247uk » Wed Nov 09, 2005 2:51 pm

Yea thats what I did most of them links suggest I download a newer version of nmake.

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Post by Solutech » Wed Nov 09, 2005 8:22 pm

I had all sorts of errors compiling until I installed the full MS Vis studio , From what I can remember the toolkit alone wont do it .
Yawn. So there's yet another "if the user clicks the button, they're infected" exploit. Why is this news? We already know users are idiots.

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Post by therock247uk » Wed Nov 09, 2005 9:11 pm

I think I sorted this problem out found a newer version of nmake while searching google it now compiles fine.

Moderators can close this topic if they want as it looks to be resolved.

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