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Re: ZMailer 2.99.56-pre4 compilation problems on alpha-dec
On Wed, May 21, 2003 at 11:21:57AM -0300, zmailer wrote:
> I'm trying to compile ZMailer 2.99.56-pre4 on an alpha:
> uname -a
> OSF1 server1 V4.0 878 alpha
> cc -V
> DEC C V5.6-079 on Digital UNIX V4.0 (Rev. 878)
> Configure runs ok without errors. The compilation gives some warnings in the
> sfhdr.h file: syntax error on line 350, _mmap_worthy; and then it aborts
> with "exit 2" (sorry I don't have the exact line here).
> Could it be that my cc is old and it's not working? I've tried to compile
> versions 2.99.55 and 2.99.54 with same results. Version 2.99.51 compiles ok,
> but that's my installed version...
The 2.99.51 does not have SFIO in it at all.a
That is because the SFIO library has its own auto-configuration
test tools, and they _might_ misbehave in some cases.
Find in your compilation environment a file called "sfio", and send
that to me.
Lets see.. in INSTALL file I give an example:
CFLAGS="-O -g3 -std1" CC="cc -migrate" ./configure \
--prefix=/l/mail --with-bundled-libresolv \
( DEC OSF/1 at nic.funet.fi with DECs best compiler.. )
That is: CC="cc -migrate" CFLAGS="-O -g3 -std1"
might do it.
I am not entirely sure that this example was used by myself, when
the system had sfio library added in.
> Thanks in advance for any advise,
> Marķa Elinger
/Matti Aarnio <email@example.com>
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