Re: LibGTop 1.1.5 "Sidney" (Developer's Snapshot) has been released
- From: Martin Baulig <martin home-of-linux org>
- To: Aron Griffis <agriffis bigfoot com>
- Cc: libgtop-devel-list egroups com, gnome-devel-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: LibGTop 1.1.5 "Sidney" (Developer's Snapshot) has been released
- Date: 23 Feb 2000 00:29:50 +0100
Aron Griffis <email@example.com> writes:
> On Sun, Feb 20, 2000 at 04:58:14AM +0100, Martin Baulig wrote:
> > LibGTop 1.1.5 "Sidney" has been released.
> > This is a developer's snapshot and should not been used by end-users.
> > However, if you want to help with LibGTop's development or just help me to
> > find some bugs, feel free to try it out ....
> I am finally giving this a try on Tru64. Sorry about the wait. Here
> are the issues I see:
thanks a lot for your feedback.
> (1) I see that you have a new test for /usr/include/sys/bitypes.h,
> however I don't think it has found its way from
> ./macros/gnome-libgtop-check.m4 into ./configure. My attempts to
> transfer it didn't work either, since I am not that well versed in
> automake/autoconf, so I think a new release needs to be made with
> that remedied.
Ooops ... forgot this.
> sysdeps/osf1/open.c includes the following chain of headers, at
> the end of which is sys/bitypes.h, which conflicts with the above
I added it to <glibtop/global.h> where we also include other system header
> (2) Please upgrade to libtool-1.3.4, which supports shared libraries
> on Tru64 UNIX 5.x.
> The workaround is to install libtool-1.3.4 locally, and do
> cp /usr/local/share/libtool/* .
> before running configure.
Well, normally the release tarballs already contain a local libtool.
However, I made the tarball on a Debian potato system and this has still
1.3.3. I have now 1.3.4 installed in /gnome/release/INSTALL (which is in
my PATH before /usr) so it should work for the next release.
> I am working on patches for sysdeps/osf1 to work properly on Tru64,
> but they are not ready yet.
Martin Baulig - firstname.lastname@example.org - http://www.home-of-linux.org
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