Re: db library on Solaris??
- From: "Brandon S. Allbery" <allbery ece cmu edu>
- To: "Andrew S. Townley" <atownley informix com>
- cc: gnome-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: db library on Solaris??
- Date: Wed, 21 Oct 1998 07:50:05 -0400
In message <9810210202.AA12608@madoka.na.informix.com>, "Andrew S. Townley" wri
| db_open() or dbopen().
| What is this library? Where do I get it?
The Berkeley DB library. You'll find it http://www.sleepycat.com.
| (*hint*, *hint*). I didn't see anything. Also, I did see some stuff
| about esound working on Solaris, but I didn't see the original
| messages. Can someone point me to some relevant info?
The README with esound notes Solaris code is present but "untested". It's
been working fine here, though. Its esdplay utility won't built without the
audiofile libraries, though, and there are some portability issues with
respect to Solaris 2.5.1 and earlier (patches have appeared which fix Solaris,
but look like they could potentially cause problems on other platforms because
they assume the sizes of C types are fixed across all platforms). audiofile
will at least work on Solaris now.
I did put out a patch last week for a small problem that had crept into the
configure script. That patch also has been integrated. esound should build
right out of CVS on Solaris at the current time with the usual autoconf stuff.
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