compiling latest mpy on OSX fails on frozen

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compiling latest mpy on OSX fails on frozen

Post by roland_vs » Fri Mar 17, 2017 9:34 am

I just updated my micropython source to the latest revision, and tried to compile it on OSX.
I cannot get beyond the part where the modules (in this case the display) need to be build into frozen code.
I did make clean first in stmhal. Then just make to build the code for the PYB10 board.
Somewhere in the building process it gets stuck on

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MPY modules/lcd160cr.py
make: ../mpy-cross/mpy-cross: No such file or directory
make: *** [build-PYBV10/frozen_mpy/lcd160cr.mpy] Error 1
So did I overlook something trivial?

Thank you in advance :-)

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Re: compiling latest mpy on OSX fails on frozen

Post by deshipu » Fri Mar 17, 2017 9:38 am

You need to run make in mpy-cross directory first.

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Re: compiling latest mpy on OSX fails on frozen

Post by roland_vs » Fri Mar 17, 2017 11:40 am

Thanks it works.

One observation is that the files in stmhal/modules/ appears in the file system as aliases (links) to the drivers/display directory rather than a file that holds a reference to the directory or the source code itself (as copy).

MPY is getter better and better! Great work!

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