I have no idea..... does someone have the same problem?

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  1. Ericjwg
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    C:\devkitPro\portlibs>make freetype | grep error
    configure: WARNING: using cross tools not prefixed with host triplet
    configure: error: cannot find native C compiler
    make[1]: *** [setup] Error 1
    make: *** [freetype] Error 2
     


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    More specific please? If you're gonna make a thread give better details... You're using devkitPro what are you compiling? Please tell us more! My God!
     
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    compile freetype in portlib

    I thought the make grep |error is quite clear:shy:
     
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    Ok can you show it. I'm still Learing devkitPro so I'm not gonna be the best advice XD.
     
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    it's in the OP.... It shows I don't have a native C compiler....
     
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    Ive never had this error (and I wouldn't need to do this). Hope someone else can help.
     
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    I remember this from IRC!

    Is the prefix set correctly? Add some echos to the Makefile.
     
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    I don't where I should add to
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    from xerpi's precompiled windows
     
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    Uh, do you have gcc/cmake installed?
     
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    I tried that.... doesn't work....
     
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    Then what C compiler does the makefile require?
     
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    idk....... I'm a noob...:sad:
     
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    Open it with a text editor maybe? Makefiles are typically just scripts that tell the compiler what to do. Also, things would probably be much easier with a Linux virtual machine or Live distribution ran from a USB stick.
     
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    oh.... you mean check the script in the makefile??? that's easy~:D

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    Looks like it just uses gcc. Are you trying to compile it with cygwin or Command Prompt?
     
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    Try installing MinGW.
     
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    upload_2016-2-28_10-26-21.png
    still have the same error:(