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Old September 12, 2017, 17:09   #16
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Originally Posted by Gwarl View Post
Compilation failed spectuacularly. Error log is far too long to post here.

Maybe we could get makefile.std back? Perhaps my gcc is outdated? what's going on?
There's no makefile and there won't be one -- I switched over to CMake since it's much simpler to maintain and work with generally.

If you're getting lots of weird errors then feel free to post them here or on . It obviously should just work if you follow the instructions in the README. However, you do need a recent GCC/Clang. I think the requirement is something like GCC 6.1.0 or later -- it's bit hard to tell since C++14 has been quite spotty until recently, esp. regarding the 'relaxed constexpr'.. IIRC 'clang' was a bit better so might want to try with that. If you want to configure with clang, run

CC=/usr/bin/clang CXX=/usr/bin/clang++ cmake [...]
where the "[...]" bit is whatever else you want to configure with. (Again, see the README for specifics on that "..." bit.)
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