Re: [Evolution] undefined references in address-conduit-control-applet

On Saturday 24 February 2001 07:35, JP Rosevear wrote:
On 23 Feb 2001 20:01:44 -0500, Tony Rein wrote:
I've been trying the last couple of days (Thursday and Friday) to compile
Evolution from cvs source. It keeps failing with the following errors:

address-conduit-control-applet.o: In function `doTrySettings':
applet. c:89: undefined reference to

These symbols come from gnome-pilot.  Check the README for more
information on compiling pilot support.

Thanks for the reply. However, I do have gnome-pilot installed, and I'm still 
doing something wrong. I've tried both with the RPMS from Ximian's ftp site, 
and with gnome-pilot built from cvs, and I still get the above errors. When I 
built gnome-pilot from cvs, I passed the script the parameters:
--prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc --with-pisock=/usr
The above directories are what the rest of my gnome setup is using.
When I build Evolution from cvs, I pass the same parameters, in 
addition to "--enable-pilot-conduits=yes"

Is gnome-pilot supposed to "register" itself somehow with gnome? When I type 
"gnome-config --modversion gnome-pilot" it tells me "no such library." I have 
verified that "ls /usr/lib/*pilot*.*" gives me:

/usr/lib/         /usr/lib/
/usr/lib/libgpilotd.a          /usr/lib/
/usr/lib/*        /usr/lib/*
/usr/lib/        /usr/lib/libgpilotdconduit.a
/usr/lib/      /usr/lib/*
/usr/lib/*  /usr/lib/
/usr/lib/libgpilotdcm.a        /usr/lib/
/usr/lib/*      /usr/lib/*

and "ls /usr/include/gpilotd" shows:

gnome-pilot-client.h                gnome-pilot-dbinfo.h
gnome-pilot-conduit-backup.h        gnome-pilot.h
gnome-pilot-conduit-file.h          gpilot-structures.h
gnome-pilot-conduit-standard-abs.h  gpilot-userinfo.h
gnome-pilot-conduit-standard.h      gpilotd-app-dummy-callbacks.h
gnome-pilot-conduit-sync-abs.h      gpilotd-app.h
gnome-pilot-conduit.h               gpilotd-conduit-mgmt.h

Any suggestions on where I might have screwed up my gnome-pilot installation 
or setup?

Thanks again.

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