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catkin_make error, how to display more details on error

asked 2015-03-16 02:06:45 -0500

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Hi

Recently while rebuilding my application via catkin_make and was faced with a "make: * [all] Error 2". I was able to build the same application on another system without any issue.

the following is part of the dump:

 configure:
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
opus 1.1.1-beta-24-g66611f1:  Automatic configuration OK.

Compiler support:

  C99 var arrays: ................ yes
  C99 lrintf: .................... yes
  Use alloca: .................... no (using var arrays)

General configuration:

  Floating point support: ........ yes
  Fast float approximations: ..... no
  Fixed point debugging: ......... no
  Inline Assembly Optimizations: . No inline ASM for your platform, please send patches
  External Assembly Optimizations: 
  Intrinsics Optimizations.......: no
  Run-time CPU detection: ........ no
  Custom modes: .................. yes
  Assertion checking: ............ no
  Fuzzing: ....................... no

  API documentation: ............. no
  Extra programs: ................ no
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Type "make; make install" to compile and install
 Type "make check" to run the test suite

make[3]: warning: jobserver unavailable: using -j1.  Add `+' to parent make rule.
[  5%] Built target build_opus
make: *** [all] Error 2
Invoking "make -j4 -l4" failed

Not much information is shown on what was causing the error, is there a command which I can issue which will have cakin_make print a more detailed error msg?

Thanks

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answered 2015-03-16 03:50:30 -0500

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I have found that you could issue the same flag option for make to cakin_make. To have catkin_make print a more detailed output, you can use --debug or --just-print option. More details can be found in the following article

http://bashdb.sourceforge.net/remake/...

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