Date: 2006-07-04 22:43:37
On 2006-07-04, at 21:09, Spiro Trikaliotis wrote: > Forget the link from before. Try the patch at > http://www.trikaliotis.net/Download/opencbm-0.4.0-shlib.patch instead. Yup. That works! And solves the problem too. > >>>> and it seemed to help the linker. The next problem was that at the >>>> end make complained about non-existent mnib36 but I commented-out >>>> the SUBDIRS_OPTIONAL line in the main Makefile to finish the build >>>> without errors. >>> >>> This complaint was only a warning, thus, it can be ignored. >> >> No. It ended in error. I could force continuation but it broke the >> build with error. > > I don't think so. It was reported as an error, but additionally, it > was > reported that this error was ignored. > > Unfortunately, as this was the latest step, it seems as if the > build is > broken because of this, but it isn't! You might be right. I wrote it from my memory and I recall seeing "Error" and "Stop" so I could have misinterpreted it. > > Anyway, the patch at > http://www.trikaliotis.net/Download/opencbm-0.4.0-optcompile.patch > removes this confusing message. Confirmed. Now it compiles almost cleanly with only two warnings in the module. Lines 808 and 809 "initialization from incompatible pointer type" but this of course doesn't break the build. Thank you for your efforts. -- Hardware, n.: The parts of a computer system that can be kicked. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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