Troubleshooting EMOD builds¶
If you encounter any of the following warnings or errors when attempting to build the EMOD executable (Eradication.exe) or Eradication binary for Linux, see the information below to resolve the issue.
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Unknown compiler version¶
If you encounter the warning “Unknown compiler version - please run the configure tests and report the results” when attempting to build the Eradication.exe or Eradication binary for Linux, this indicates you are using a version of Boost that is no longer supported. Install Boost 1.61.0.
Check to see if you have any white spaces in the path to your local EMOD source code. If you do, remove the white spaces in all of the directory names in the path.
If you see the error “LNK4272 library machine type ‘X86’ conflicts with target machine type ‘x64’”, this indicates that you need to uninstall 32-bit Python and reinstall 64-bit Python. Install Python 3.6.