openoffice 2.0

Frank Staals f.staals at
Wed Jan 26 09:44:50 PST 2005

T.F. Cheng wrote:

>  i was trying to compile oo 2.0-devel on fbsd5.3 but
>failed, here is what i got: 
>Making: ../../
>rebuilding zipfiles
>cd  ../../ ; zip -u -r
>/tmp/  text/shared/* -x "*.dphh*"
>-x "*.hzip" -x delzip  -x "*CVS*"
>../../ No such file or
>cp -f /tmp/ 
>cp: /tmp/ No such file or
>dmake:  Error code 1, while making
>'---* *---'
>ERROR: Error 65280 occurred while making
>dmake:  Error code 1, while making
>'---* *---'
>*** Error code 255
>looks like some spelling/dictionary/whatever is not
>there? isn't it supposed to download together with the
>entire package? 
>Best Regards,
>Tsu-Fan Cheng
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I tried to compile OO.o 2 too, and I got the exact same error so I
extracted the .zip file, that seems to solve the problem, but when
continue compiling I get other errors I posted them here and on the
freebsd-openoffice mailinglists but nobody seems to reply, this is the
mail I sent:

I am running FreeBSD 5.3-stable and updated my portstree yesterday then
I tried compiling openoffice 2.0, everything is going fine until this

Building project cli_ure
deliver -- version: 1.77
Files copied: 0
Files unchanged/not matching: 7

Building project bridges
dmake: Error -- `../../../' not found,
and can't be made
'---* *---'

ERROR: Error 65280 occurred while making
dmake: Error code 1, while making 'instsetoo_native/prj/build_all'
*** Error code 255

Stop in /home/oo.o.
PC1# '---* *---' /

it also gave an error about not being able to extract
'' but I solved that by :

bash-3.00# cd /home/oo.o/work/solver/680/
bash-3.00# unzip

I copied /usr/ports/editors/openoffice-2.0-devel/ to /home because of a
lack of free hard disk space on / by the way.

I ran a locate on cpp_uno_shared but it couldn't find anything. Anyone
an Idea what I should do to fix this ?


Frank Staals

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