Re: Compiling 0.20 (followup)

>> Commenting out the "#include "error.h"" from this file results in a
>> variable called "error" being undefined.

Christopher> It's actually a function that appears to be directly
Christopher> related to the printf() family of functions, but none
Christopher> that I recognize.  I tried futily to #define a FLM.

The error() function is something that a lot of GNU programs use.
This problem is fixed in the cvs repo.

Christopher> There's also something called "dirname" that I do not
Christopher> have on my system.  Does gdiskfree require glibc or
Christopher> something?

I don't know.  But generally it is ok to use functions like these; we
can always add configure machinery to let us add our own
implementation on systems that don't have them.

If you want to come up with a patch for this, that would be great.

Christopher> Is that also the problem with my "ping.c" in gnome-admin?

I don't know what the problem is there, sorry.


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