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Getting Error while porting source code to powerpc platform : fatal error: tbb/mutex.h: No such file or directory

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vigneshr
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Hi All,

I'm porting source code to PowerPC platform, While porting the source code Im facing error like below


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In file included from build/debug/vnsw/agent/cfg/cfg_constants.cpp:8:0:

| controller/src/base/trace.h:8:23: fatal error: tbb/mutex.h: No such file or directory

|  #include <tbb/mutex.h>

|                        ^

| compilation terminated.

| scons: *** [build/debug/vnsw/agent/cfg/cfg_constants.o] Error 1

| scons: building terminated because of errors.

| WARNING: exit code 2 from a shell command.

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I have included the tbb in the DEPENDS section of bb file, even though tbb is compiled and installed, It is giving the above error. Can anyone let me the know the solution if you aware on this ?? ..

Thanks in advance..

Regards,
Vignesh.

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bpe
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NXP Employee

Bitbake can automatically build a package your software depends on, but it can't

automatically adjust references to it from your code. Check your makefiles to ensure

the headers your software requires are in the compiler search path. Details can

be found here:

Search Path - The C Preprocessor


Have a great day,
Platon

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bpe
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Bitbake can automatically build a package your software depends on, but it can't

automatically adjust references to it from your code. Check your makefiles to ensure

the headers your software requires are in the compiler search path. Details can

be found here:

Search Path - The C Preprocessor


Have a great day,
Platon

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vigneshr
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Thanks bpe.. I resolved the issue.

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