Yesterday I tried to compile my project with “lime test linux”, and got the error “Standard library not found”. The project has not changed since successfully compiling it a few days ago. I believe I upgraded the OS (Arch Linux) before the error occurred, and it moved the standard library.
I have since updated the $HAXE_STD_PATH environment variable so it points to the right place.
When I run “lime test linux -verbose”, this is the last bit of output:
Running command: BUILD - Copying library file: /usr/lib/haxe/lib/hxcpp/3,2,205/bin/Linux64/std.dso -> Export/linux64/cpp/bin/std.dso - Copying library file: /usr/lib/haxe/lib/hxcpp/3,2,205/bin/Linux64/regexp.dso -> Export/linux64/cpp/bin/regexp.dso - Copying library file: /usr/lib/haxe/lib/hxcpp/3,2,205/bin/Linux64/zlib.dso -> Export/linux64/cpp/bin/zlib.dso - Copying library file: /usr/lib/haxe/lib/lime/2,8,3/ndll/Linux64/lime.ndll -> Export/linux64/cpp/bin/lime.ndll - Running command: haxe Export/linux64/cpp/haxe/release.hxml -D HXCPP_M64 Standard library not found
However, if I just run that last command (the one which appears to fail) by itself, it works:
haxe Export/linux64/cpp/haxe/release.hxml -D HXCPP_M64
It pauses to think for a while, and then returns me to the command line as if everything worked correctly.
Is OpenFL overriding the $HAXE_STD_PATH variable, or is something else going wrong?
I can compile plain Haxe programs using the standard library with no problem.
The install was all working until I upgraded Arch a few days back. I could try re-installing, but I’d rather work out what is broken if possible.