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Unknown Error while building an Unreal Project on Ubuntu 14.04

I am trying to compile a Game binary in Unreal Engine 4.12. I am also using a 3rd party plugin called UnrealCV. I get the following error - Package Results: Error unknown Error.link text

Help would be much appreciated.

Product Version: UE 4.12
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asked Dec 07 '16 at 03:08 PM in Linux

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Hey Hieronymous18-

Looking at the logs provided, it appears that the UnrealCV file TcpServer.h has a function that is marked as visible to the editor/blueprints but does not have a Category. Specifically, it appears to be referring to the the boolean bIsConnected. If you're able to open this file, you should be able to add Category = "Name" to it's UPROPERTY and compile.


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answered Dec 07 '16 at 06:19 PM

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