Re: [Ekiga-devel-list] Opal 3.6.6 build problem

Apart from fixing the version dependency issue of ptlib in the
configure script, it should be reported to Ubuntu to upgrade from
Ekiga 3.2.0 to Ekiga 3.2.6 in Jaunty because the former was incredibly
unstable on my machine and I can see in the changelog the numerous
stability fixes that have been made between the two versions.

The question is whether they're willing to make the upgrade in the
lifetime of Jaunty.  3.2.0 is pretty much useless due to stability
issues based on my experience.

On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 11:00 AM, Eugen Dedu
<Eugen Dedu pu-pm univ-fcomte fr> wrote:
> László Monda wrote:
>> On Sun, Sep 27, 2009 at 11:47 PM, Eugen Dedu
>> <Eugen Dedu pu-pm univ-fcomte fr> wrote:
>>> László Monda wrote:
>>>> Hi List,
>>>> I've just hit the wall with Opal:
>>>> laci whisper:~/download/opal-3.6.6$ make
>>>> [CC] src/opal/manager.cxx
>>>> In file included from /home/laci/download/opal-3.6.6/include/opal/mediafmt.h:49,
>>>>                  from
>>>> /home/laci/download/opal-3.6.6/include/opal/connection.h:44,
>>>>                  from /home/laci/download/opal-3.6.6/include/opal/call.h:41,
>>>>                  from /home/laci/download/opal-3.6.6/include/opal/manager.h:41,
>>>>                  from /home/laci/download/opal-3.6.6/src/opal/manager.cxx:40:
>>>> /home/laci/download/opal-3.6.6/include/rtp/rtp.h:870: error:
>>>> ‘PSafePtrMultiThreaded’ was not declared in this scope
>>>> /home/laci/download/opal-3.6.6/include/rtp/rtp.h:870: error: wrong
>>>> number of template arguments (2, should be 1)
>>>> /usr/include/ptlib/safecoll.h:584: error: provided for ‘template<class
>>>> T> class PSafePtr’
>>>> make: *** [/home/laci/download/opal-3.6.6/lib_linux_x86/obj/manager.o] Error 1
>>> Hi,
>>> Here manager.cxx compiles very well.  You should:
>>> - provide information about configuration parameters you have used
>>> - the ptlib version you use
>> It works now.  I used the libpt2.6.1-dev package of Ubuntu Jaunty and
>> that's why the build failed.  When using ptlib-2.6.5.tar.gz that is
>> provided in the Ekiga download page it worked like a charm.
>> Wouldn't it be useful to notify the folks to use the provided tarballs
>> instead of distribution-specific dev packages?  It could be mentioned
>> in a little text next to the tarballs.
> The problem is not where the tarball comes from.  The problem is the
> version.  I will inform the person invoved...
> --
> Eugen
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