Re: Little problem compiling the cvs stuff...
- From: Derek Neighbors <d_neighbors llamacom com>
- To: Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo linuxave net>
- Cc: gnome-db-list gnome org, gedi lists gnue org
- Subject: Re: Little problem compiling the cvs stuff...
- Date: Mon, 14 Aug 2000 10:57:37 -0500 (CDT)
Reinhard [GNUe] was going to look at compile build issues / dependencies
to help alleviate some of the issues. I will try to work with him on
getting things documented into a FAQ or something similar. (He is quite
good at this and doesnt really need my help other than putting into
Are there any documentors for gnome-db currently? I dont want to
duplicate efforts. He also has a developers overview in place that I am
in process of converting that I will send to your documentation team for
Side Note: I would consider not calling the new stuff gnome-db2. Only
because people will have a tendency to mistake if for the library for
IBM's DB2. I know that was my first reaction. Cool gnome-db has db2
Carlos: I really am trying to get to that report stuff. :)
> Joaquín Cuenca Abela wrote:
> > I've made a little patch to gnome-db, and in order to test it, I've
> > compiled the cvs stuff with:
> > ./configure --prefix=/usr
> > make
> > make install
> > (previously I had installed the lasts rpms).
> > Now, when I run gda-fe, and I try to connect with my dbms, I obtain:
> > Error on option
> > --oaf-activate-iid=OAFIID:gda-mysql:b04e9dc2-1cc8-4027-8cf9-27dcb6a2a63f:
> > unknown option.
> > Run 'gda-mysql-srv --help' to see a full list of available command line
> > options.
> > gda-connection.c: 54: gda_connection_real_error called
> > Any ideas?
> > (if I try 'gda-mysql-srv --help' it yields:
> > .
> > .
> > .
> > Gnome Object Activation Directory
> > --activate-goad-server=GOAD_ID (Internal use only) GOAD server ID to
> > activate
> > --goad-fd=GOAD_FD (Internal use only) GOAD file
> > descriptor
> > .
> > .
> > .
> > )
> It looks like something with the oaf_popt_options (needed for correct
> OAF use). And looking at the code, I've seen that they're not used if
> using GNORBA. So, it's now added to CVS (it's just the
> gda-srv/gda-server-init.c file).
> But, please, switch to OAF as soon as you can. As Michael Meeks says:
> "GNORBA is dead". I suppose, if you're really using Bonobo with GNORBA,
> it's because of Abiword, is it? If so, as soon as I come back from my
> holidays, I offer my help to make the switch to OAF. If not, you can
> look at the gnome-db code, and look for the "#if defined(USING_OAF)" to
> see the differences.
> > P.S.: To me, the "cvs stuff" = gnome-db module. Is it correct, or do I
> > have to download the libgda & gnome-db2 modules?
> In a couple of hours or so, I'll check in the gnome-db2 module, and from
> then, please use it, although there are some things in gnome-db that are
> not present in gnome-db2. But the front end is basically there, and the
> manager is complete.
> The libgda module is complete, so you'll find there the same than in
> gnome-db. But this is (almost) OAF-only!!
> But, if you are going to send patches, do it against gnome-db2 and
> gnome-db-list mailing list
] [Thread Prev