Re: [gdome]Compiling gdome on HP-UX

 Ok, adding the CC environment var and pathing glib and libxml properly got
me past my first set of problems running configure.  Now I'm back to the
same error I was getting when compiling with my own make file (error listed
below).  I did notice on one of the websites concerning libxml that people
have had problems with the HP ANSI C compiler and suggested using CFLAGS =
-Wp,-H16800 -Ae  I tried this, with no positive results.  I'm going to
contact our admin group here to see if I can get gcc installed (the
website's second piece of advice) but, if I can't, does anyone have any


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.
configure: failed program was:
#line 5804 "configure"
#include "confdefs.h"
#include <glib.h>
#include <stdio.h>
int main() {
return ((glib_major_version) || (glib_minor_version) ||
(glib_micro_version)); ; return 0; }

                      Tobias Peters                                                                                                    
                      <t-peters gmx de>        To:       gdome gnome org                                                               
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                      gdome-admin gnome        Subject:  Re: [gdome]Compiling gdome on HP-UX                                           
                      06/25/03 09:45 AM                                                                                                

On Wed, 25 Jun 2003 08:45:19 -0500

> (non-working) copy of gcc here and wanted to use that to compile with.
> there a way to point configure to a compiler other than gcc?  I'm not


export CC=/usr/bin/cc # or wherever your C compiler lives
./configure ...

Or maybe you could modify your PATH, so that it does not include the
where gcc lives any more.

> how difficult it would be for me to get an admin to (re)install a good
> of gcc.

Besides, you don't need admin rights to install gcc (or any other gnu
If you have enough space in your home directory, then you can install
there. (But perhaps the admin _would_ like to be bothered before too many
do such installations in their home directories.)


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