I want to see what an OF is. I am trying to compile ofBoxExample from the fresh clone. I do:
git clone [https://github.com/openframeworks/openFrameworks.git](https://github.com/openframeworks/openFrameworks.git) cd openFrameworks chmod +x ./scripts/linux/createProjects.py ./scripts/linux/createProjects.py cd apps/examples/ofBoxExample make
and it stops with
make: *** No rule to make target `../../../libs/openFrameworksCompiled/lib/linux/libopenFrameworks.a', needed by `bin/ofBoxExample'. Stop.
Why there is no rule? Can this message be improved to tell me what to
make next (or make required stuff automatically)?
One more question (I am not C++ expert, but still). ofBoxExample probably doesn’t require all the features of openFrameworks and their dependencies. But precompiled libopenFrameworks.a doesn’t know about what features are needed by ofBoxExample, so it probably comes with pretty much everything included. Therefore I must have all the dependencies for all the stuff openFrameworks theoretically supports to compile this lib (and run ofBoxExample as a result). Is that right?