Re: libgtop for AIX 4.3/5.x

On Wed, 2002-12-04 at 14:22, Laurent Vivier wrote:
> - "uname -v": in fact the goal is to be able to run a libgtop compiled on AIX 
> 4.3.3 (for instance) on AIX 5.1 (for instance).
> 	  AIX 5.1	AIX 4.3		linux
> uname -s  AIX		AIX		Linux
> uname -v  1		3		#41 SMP Wed Dec 4 12:56:12 CET 2002
> uname -r  5		4		2.4.9
> 	  7428/43P	7428/43P	Xeon
> uname -m  000BACBD4C00	00402F5A4C00 	i686
> The test is in libgtop/src/daemon/server.c, line 70. I agree that it's not very 
> clean and could be removed from patch if you think it must.
> I did that because my development system is an AIX 4.3.3 and my test machine is 
> an AIX 5.1.

Well, it currently breaks the build. Either you wrap it better (more
quotes hey), or drop it. I don't see anything wrong with it otherwise.

> - ENABLE_STATIC: with AIX, dynamic and static libraries are the same and called 
>   lib<name>.a, so this flag introduces some problems. I think it's better to let 
> libtool to manage this kind of thing
> > 
> > Other than that, could you update the patch against current CVS ? That's
> > the libgtop-GNOME-2-0-port branch of libgtop.
> Sorry, I have no access to CVS...

Not a problem, it applies nearly cleanly, so could be merged once you
have fixed the problem above.

Anybody else having issues with the patch, or will it be OK for me to
merge it once done ?


/Bastien Nocera

#2  0x4205a2cc in printf ("Oh my %s\n", preferred_deity) from
/lib/i686/ printf ("Oh my %s\n", preferred_deity);
Segmentation fault

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