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- Subject: Re: IUP 2.0.1 New release
- From: John Belmonte <jvb@...>
- Date: Mon, 04 Aug 2003 14:06:00 -0400
Antonio Scuri wrote:
* scripts (make_all, make_uname, etc.) assume that PATH contains
current directory (many people refuse to do this for security reasons)
They must be in a folder that is in the PATH. I guess is not necessary
that the PATH contains current directory.
It is necessary that PATH contains the current directory. For example,
make_all calls itself recursively in subdirectories with "make_all"
instead of "./make_all".
* GNU make is called "make" on Linux, not gmake
This is documented.
But the tecmake script fails because of this.
* even after I correct the above, all IUP compiles fail
That is what I am most worried now. I´m sorry that it fails, but I
cann't help you (or improve the building process) if you don't send me
Please tell me where it fails. What´s you Linux distribution? What´s
the Motif installed?
The newest Linux instalation we have is Red Hat 9, that runs unstable,
so we will stay in RH8 for a while.
I'm just curious to try IUP and don't have several hours to devote to
debugging its build problems on a standard Linux system (Debian). If
you create a fresh account on a freshly-installed Linux distribution and
try to build your tools I think you will see the problems immediately.
For example you'll find quickly that the Linux distributions do not
contain a directory called "/home/t/tecgraf/lib/cd/" :-). I think you
can do this yourself and it will be the most efficient way to improve
your build. I'll attach a few error outputs anyway.
gcc -c -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes -I../include -DTEC_UNAME= \
-DTEC_SYSNAME= -D= -DFUNCPROTO=15 -DNDEBUG -o
<command line>:6:1: no macro name given in #define directive
iupcb.c:18:16: cd.h: No such file or directory
iupcb.c:19:19: cdiup.h: No such file or directory
if [ ! -d ../obj/iupmatrix ] ; then mkdir -p ../obj/iupmatrix ; fi
make: *** No rule to make target `/home/t/tecgraf/lib/cd/include/cd.h',\
needed by `../obj/iupmatrix//imcolres.o'. Stop.
gcc -c -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes -I../include -I../src \
-DIUPLUA_USELOH -DTEC_UNAME= -DTEC_SYSNAME= -D= -DFUNCPROTO=15 \
-DNDEBUG -o ../obj/iuplua5//alarm.o alarm.c
<command line>:7:1: no macro name given in #define directive
alarm.c:5:17: lua.h: No such file or directory
alarm.c:6:21: lauxlib.h: No such file or directory
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