1254-002 Cannot find a rule to create target /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.a from dependencies.

Discussion in 'C Programming' started by simduss@hotmail.com, Oct 6, 2003.

  1. Guest

    Hi,
    First of all, I'm a beginner with Unix.

    I have a "make" (Unix command) problem with a Pro*C sub-program since
    I installed Oracle8i (before I was at 7.3.4). I have a script builder
    that generate a makefile (that include env_precomp.mk) and launch this
    makefile after. So, I receive this error:
    make: 1254-002 Cannot find a rule to create target
    /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.a from dependencies.

    Also, I can launch the makefile with "make" command at prompt
    (re-using the makefile generated) and I have the same error. So I
    launched the "make" command with debug option. After a "Suff_FindDeps"
    instruction I saw that:
    "Examining /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.a...non-existent...non-existent
    and no sources...out-of-date." and my error follow. See:

    ....
    Suff_FindDeps (all)
    No known suffix on all. Using .NULL suffix.
    all:mad: = all
    all:* = all
    all:< =
    No valid suffix on all.
    failed. Returning NULL
    Suff_FindDeps (/u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.a)
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.c...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.c...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.f...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.f...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.f90...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.f90...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.f95...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.f95...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.F...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.F...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.s...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.C...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.C...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.c...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.y...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.y...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.l...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.f...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.f90...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.f95...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.F...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.C...not there
    /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.a:mad: = /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.a
    /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.a:* = /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02
    /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.a:< =
    Examining /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.a...non-existent...non-existent
    and no sources...out-of-date.
    /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.a:? =
    /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.a:> =
    make: 1254-002 Cannot find a rule to create target
    /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.a from dependencies.
    Stop.

    I hoped to have something like "got it." instead of "Examining...".

    The "No known suffix on all. Using .NULL suffix." is also there with
    env_precomp.mk of 7.3.4 version:

    ....
    Suff_FindDeps (all)
    No known suffix on all. Using .NULL suffix.
    all:mad: = all
    all:* = all
    all:< =
    No valid suffix on all.
    failed. Returning NULL
    Suff_FindDeps (/u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.a)
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.c...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.c...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.f...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.f...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.f90...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.f90...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.f95...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.f95...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.F...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.F...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.s...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.C...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.C...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.c...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.y...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.y...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.l...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.f...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.f90...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.f95...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.F...not there
    trying /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/s.fcfz02.C...not there
    /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.a:mad: = /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.a
    /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.a:* = /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02
    /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.a:< =
    ....

    In fact, fcfz02.a is not in /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib but with 7.3.4
    env_precomp.mk no attention is given to that. Why now the compilation
    is stopped?

    Thanks,
    Simon.
     
    , Oct 6, 2003
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  2. Mike Wahler Guest

    Re: [OT, welcome msg] 1254-002 Cannot find a rule to create target /u02/apps_r/dev/ben/lib/fcfz02.a from dependencies.

    <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Hi,
    > First of all, I'm a beginner with Unix.
    >
    > I have a "make" (Unix command) problem with a Pro*C sub-program since
    > I installed Oracle8i (before I was at 7.3.4).


    http://www.angelfire.com/ms3/bchambless0/welcome_to_clc.html

    -Mike
     
    Mike Wahler, Oct 6, 2003
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  3. wrote in message news:<>...
    > Hi,
    > First of all, I'm a beginner with Unix.


    This isn't a Unix newsgroup. This newsgroup is solely concerned with
    ANSI/ISO Standard C, as well as historic pre-Standard K&R C (that is,
    the language as described in the first edition of the book "The C
    Programming Language" by Kernighan and Ritchie).

    If you want an answer to a Unix question, ask in a different
    newsgroup.

    <snip tremendous amount of absolute crap>

    Eh, do you expect us to decode the spewings of your make program? Do
    you expect comp.lang.c to care at all about a system-specific problem?

    If you do, you need a clue.
     
    August Derleth, Oct 7, 2003
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  4. Guest

    (August Derleth) wrote in message news:<>...
    > wrote in message news:<>...
    > > Hi,
    > > First of all, I'm a beginner with Unix.

    >
    > This isn't a Unix newsgroup. This newsgroup is solely concerned with
    > ANSI/ISO Standard C, as well as historic pre-Standard K&R C (that is,
    > the language as described in the first edition of the book "The C
    > Programming Language" by Kernighan and Ritchie).
    >
    > If you want an answer to a Unix question, ask in a different
    > newsgroup.
    >
    > <snip tremendous amount of absolute crap>
    >
    > Eh, do you expect us to decode the spewings of your make program? Do
    > you expect comp.lang.c to care at all about a system-specific problem?
    >
    > If you do, you need a clue.


    Sorry.
     
    , Oct 7, 2003
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  5. "August Derleth" <> wrote in message
    news:...

    > <snip tremendous amount of absolute crap>
    >
    > Eh, do you expect us to decode the spewings of your make program? Do
    > you expect comp.lang.c to care at all about a system-specific problem?
    >
    > If you do, you need a clue.


    And which finishing school expelled *you* for arson, then??
     
    Slartibartfast, Oct 7, 2003
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