Re: [gtk-osx-users] Module Not Found?

On 2017 May 9, at 20:57, John Ralls <jralls ceridwen fremont ca us> wrote:

This is more of a python nit: It's better to use moduleset = os.path.join(os.environ['HOME'], 

        Ah, okeh.  What i had was literally cut-n-paste from with the small change from 
“mymodule” to “freeciv”.  I have made the edit you suggested, though.

yet jhbuild doesn’t like something…

[gtk@Daves-i7:~]$ echo $PATH
[gtk@Daves-i7:~]$ jhbuild build freeciv
jhbuild build: A module called ''freeciv'' could not be found.
Usage: jhbuild [ -f config ] command [ options … ]

I did a web search for "jhbuild build: A module called '''' could not be found.” and got nothing useful.  
What am i doing wrong?

You went for two babysteps instead of one, and fell over as babies so often do. You didn't define a module 
with id="freeciv", so jhbuild doesn't know wha to do.
Have you run `jhbuild bootstrap` and `jhbuild build meta-gtk-osx-bootstrap` yet?

        Yes, per i did both of those as well as 

The first uses a special moduleset, but the second is universally required and will work with only the 
'include' directive in your skeletal moduleset.

        Well, i looked around the modulesets directory to see if i could crib off an existing module but i 
didn’t notice one that was simple enough to be my jumping off point.  Where is a good example of a module 
that just builds a single application?

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