I’ve been struggling for a few days now trying to work out how to build from the develop branch.
I’ve installed all the dependencies (as far as I know) and have git pulled the firmware repo and switched to the develop branch. When I change to the main directory and try to compile using make, I get the following error.
$ make C:/Program Files (x86)/GnuWin32/bin/make -C ../user /usr/bin/sh: -c: line 0: syntax error near unexpected token `(' /usr/bin/sh: -c: line 0: `C:/Program Files (x86)/GnuWin32/bin/make -C ../user ' make: *** [user] Error 1
Any ideas? I’m assuming the documentation is based on using a Linux/Mac machine and I’m on Windows (in cygwin) so is there a chance I’ve gone wrong somewhere here?
It would be really nice if the documentation included something about how to work with Git for those of us that haven’t used it yet, it had me stumped for a while trying to look for the ‘main’ folder in the master branch before I realised I had to switch to develop.
I realise most developers on here are probably used to this sort of stuff but I think that given how far behind the cloud compiler seems to be a the moment, the local compile documentation could do with a bit of a scrub up, as people like myself, who aren’t software experts are being forced to compile locally to use features that have been in the works for a while now!