I have just about everything ready to go on Ubuntu, but when I try to run "make demo" it halts with an error message that appears to be caused by the following: LD simstl xml-light.cma
(not the exact text, as the laptop i'm using is currently on another job)
but "% locate xml-light" returns "/usr/local/xmi-light-install-dir/xml-light.cma"
I haven't seen anything in the Paparazzi source tree that explicity points to a location for
xml-light.cma, and when i tried to install the packages I got a couple error messages about the xml-light set. One user on the forums reported success setting up the source code in a chroot environement and installing an older version of xml-light, among other things, but before I did that I thought I would ask if it was possible to explicitly change where the software looked for that file.
Tom Apker wrote:
> LD simstl
> xml-light.cma not found
The xml-light.cma library is provided by the xml-light-ocaml Debian
> (not the exact text, as the laptop i'm using is currently on another job)
> but "% locate xml-light" returns
I don't know where this is coming from. I know that the "official"
xml-light Debian package (libxml-light-ocaml-dev) is wrong ...
You can try to use this installed library by adding
at the right place :-) : in the CAMLINCLUDES, in conf/Makefile.sim for
the above error (but you will get a lot more if this library is not at
the right place)
PS: It is _so_ simple with a Debian distribution :-)