Install devkitpro to compile rxtools HELP

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  1. marcoz9999
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    hi how are you guys i need your help ive spent 2 days trying to set up devkitpro,mingw,python27 to compile the rxtools of roxas75 but i just cant,please anyone that has like a guide or something im running windows 7 64 bits ultimate when i compile i just get this ...


    C:\devkitPro\devkitARM\rxTools>make
    cc -std=c11 -O2 -Wall -Wextra -o tools/fill_with_zero tools/toolsrc/fill_with
    _zero/main.c
    make: cc: Command not found
    make: *** [tools/fill_with_zero] Error 127

    this is my variable path

    /c/devkitPro/devkitARM;/c/devkitpro/msys/bin;/c/devkitpro/devkitARM/bin;/c/MinGW/bin;/c/Python27;/c/Python27/Scripts



    thanks in advance !
     
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    UGH. This error... just... I wouldn't even, but if ANYONE has any ideas ask them... I'd just use the rxTools decrypter...
     
  3. zoogie

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    in root makefile near the top:

    CC = gcc

    of course, you need gcc installed.
    (and marcoz, why on earth do you have rxtools inside devkitARM? strange)
     
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    @zoogie because i literaly dont hace a clue on where to put the rxtools folder and can you give a link to the correct gcc versión please and how to installed correctly thanks un advance
     
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    I put my homebrew things on the desktop inside a 'homebrew' folder, but there's many other places that are also just as good. But putting projects inside of other projects, especially a toolchain/compiler is a bad idea.

    http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/Installer/
     
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    Another reason putting your project inside the devkitpro folder is bad - your project may be deleted if you update devkitpro.
     
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    hello @zoogie so i installed MinGW like you told me and put it on my variable path also copy CC.exe on devkitarm/bin/ and edit the makefile of the rxtools and add CC=gcc and got this


    gcc -std=c11 -O2 -Wall -Wextra -o tools/fill_with_zero tools/toolsrc/fill_wit
    h_zero/main.c
    make: gcc: Command not found
    make: *** [tools/fill_with_zero] Error 127


    any ideas
    thansk
     
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    This Error Is Because You Don't Have The Gcc Installed Yet.
    Open MinGW Installer> Go To Basic Setup (opcion In The Left)> Click In Mingw32 Base> Select Mark For Instalation>Menu Instalation And Apply Changes.
    Now Go To All Packages>Search Mingw32-make And Select All Of Them For Instalation> Apply Changes
     
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    By Some Reason, I Can't Compile V2.6 But The v2.5.2 Yes, In 2.6 It's A Error In One Command
     
  10. marcoz9999
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    @martin-one vives en jalisco tlaquepaque podrias ayudarme por teamviewer gracias
     
  11. marcoz9999
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    just to ask this post to be closed @DarkMatterCore help me a lot i think what was wrong was the path and the c++ redistribuible X86 file thanks you so much
     
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