Re: [gdome]Compiling gdome on HP-UX

Please forgive my ignorance pertaining to the GNU tools.  I tried to run
the configure script for gdome but received errors since I'm missing
autoconf, automake, m4, et. al.  I gave up after trying to install m4.  The
m4 make errored off when it couldn't find gcc.  I figured I had to have
admin rights to install gcc.  So, I began trying to create my own makefile
to build the libgdome library.

I was trying to compile the gdome.c file.  I finally got all of the
includes and (I think) all of the libs pathed properly when I errored off.
I'm using the HP softbench C compiler on HP-UX 11.00.  The libraries I am
linking in are:  xml2, glib, gthread, pthread, and z.  I've listed the
error below.

cc: "/glib/glib-RUN/usr/local/include/glib-1.2/glib.h",  1573:  1000: ,
line : error g_bit_nth_lsf: Unexpected symbol: "".
cc:  2017: error : Cannot recover from earlier errors, terminating.
*** Error exit code 1

Thanks in advance for any advice!

                      Luca Padovani                                                                                                    
                      <lpadovan cs unib        To:       JRTHURS UP COM                                                                
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                      gdome-admin gnome                                                                                                
                      06/24/03 01:33 PM                                                                                                

On Tue, 24 Jun 2003 JRTHURS UP COM wrote:
> I'm trying to compile gdome on an HP box.  I don't have admin rights and
> can't run the configure script.  My compile fails on glib.h with error
> g_bit_nth_lsf: Unexpected symbol.  Any pointers?

not having admin rights shouldn't prevent you from running configure. In
fact you can specify a local directory where you want gdome installed to.

 ./configure --prefix=/public/local

In what stage did you get the error? What file was being compiled?

-- luca

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