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25th April 2012, 05:27 PM |#821  
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Little over 300 installs, anyone have any feedback? Is it working? Issues? Bugs? Good/Bad?

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After syncing, I get the pop-up saying "Sync is now complete, we can now compile!". When I hit compile, I get a pop-up saying "Need to sync repo before moving forward." the only thing that shows up in the console is "ics" which is the branch I selected when I hit compile.

Ubuntu 10.04 LTS

Edit: Found the issue. I edited cmc.cfg and added "/" to the end of the repo_path string. for some reason the app did not add it, and editing via the app would not save it. I noticed the difference comparing to your screen shot in the OP.
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Little over 300 installs, anyone have any feedback? Is it working? Issues? Bugs? Good/Bad?

Thanks all!

I setup everything and did a sync and it said it was ready to compile. When I compiled, it took like 5 seconds and said it was completed. When I FIRST tried to compile, I didn't have my phone plugged in and I saw where it tried to grab the proprietary stuff or whatever, but couldn't. Ever since then, I haven't been able to compile at all. Is there a way to re-do this portion?
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I setup everything and did a sync and it said it was ready to compile. When I compiled, it took like 5 seconds and said it was completed. When I FIRST tried to compile, I didn't have my phone plugged in and I saw where it tried to grab the proprietary stuff or whatever, but couldn't. Ever since then, I haven't been able to compile at all. Is there a way to re-do this portion?

To run the adb part it checks for vendor/(man)/(device)/prop

Just remove the device from vendor should automatically run adb.

It should have stopped if the firsts compile didn't see adb connected. Then try again and again until it does. I will look into tonight at home.
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After syncing, I get the pop-up saying "Sync is now complete, we can now compile!". When I hit compile, I get a pop-up saying "Need to sync repo before moving forward." the only thing that shows up in the console is "ics" which is the branch I selected when I hit compile.

Ubuntu 10.04 LTS

Edit: Found the issue. I edited cmc.cfg and added "/" to the end of the repo_path string. for some reason the app did not add it, and editing via the app would not save it. I noticed the difference comparing to your screen shot in the OP.

Very strange. I will be looking at this tonight as well.
26th April 2012, 02:56 AM |#826  
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Started pushing v0.2 update for beta 1 should start showing up in the mediafire folder here soon. you will see the bugs fixed on the OP or here
26th April 2012, 04:27 PM |#827  
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v0.2
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/share/cmc/prog/cmcompiler.py", line 250, in ThemeClicked
sendNoti("Cmc theme", "Default theme has been set", icon)
TypeError: sendNoti() takes exactly 4 arguments (3 given)
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/share/cmc/prog/cmcompiler.py", line 253, in ThemeClicked
sendNoti("Cmc theme", "Theme has been set", icon)
TypeError: sendNoti() takes exactly 4 arguments (3 given)
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v0.2
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/share/cmc/prog/cmcompiler.py", line 250, in ThemeClicked
sendNoti("Cmc theme", "Default theme has been set", icon)
TypeError: sendNoti() takes exactly 4 arguments (3 given)
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/share/cmc/prog/cmcompiler.py", line 253, in ThemeClicked
sendNoti("Cmc theme", "Theme has been set", icon)
TypeError: sendNoti() takes exactly 4 arguments (3 given)

That was very very silly of me, here is the fix if you want to apply it locally until I can update this later.

https://github.com/lithid/Cmc-pygtk/...0438c586e01ddc

Or you can clone the package and compile the deb to update properly.

I am at work and can only build for 32bit
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26th April 2012, 10:56 PM |#829  
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stupid question, when trying to compile i get this error
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There appears to be an issue with your configuration.
Please look at /home/fader/.cmc/cmc-config.
im using linux mint 12

the contents of my cmc-config files are these

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DEVICE_MAN: lge
OSVER: linux_mint
DEVICE_MOD: 970
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stupid question, when trying to compile i get this error

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There appears to be an issue with your configuration.
Please look at /home/fader/.cmc/cmc-config.
im using linux mint 12

the contents of my cmc-config files are these

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DEVICE_MAN: lge
OSVER: linux_mint
DEVICE_MOD: 970

Doesn't look like a branch is assigned.
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27th April 2012, 12:33 PM |#831  
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So, this is my first attempt at doing anything such as compiling a rom. So this may not be the best place for me to start. However, I was able to install your compiler on a virtual box. Was play around a lil bit but the virtual box runs slow. So I did a dual boot of ubuntu 11.10 and windows. Well, now I can't install this. Maybe I too noob for this and might need to do some research but maybe you can help if you have time. If not, I totally understand.
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So, I have the 64bit OS. So I downloaded the 64 bit .deb. I click on it...and the software center just comes up blank. I tried running both scripts in the first post that says "Software for compiling". I installed the git script but it says git++ and git-core commands aren't found. I do have Java installed too.

Anyway, any help is appreciated, but I understand if I don't have enough knowledge or experience to even try this yet.

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