Re: Cross-compiling glib for arm
- From: Clive Chapman <anbeyon btinternet com>
- To: gtk-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Cross-compiling glib for arm
- Date: Wed, 18 May 2005 15:10:08 +0100
When you did a Make after you did the ./configure did you get any errors ?
giounix.c:185: error: `SSIZE_MAX' undeclared (first use in this function)
I did find an old posting for glib 2.0.0 that suggested the way to correct it
was to add
to the giounix.c file.
I am compiling glib 2.6.4 and I am having the same problem but the
#define _POSIX_SOURCE is already in giounix.c
I did find another posting that suggested I should just delete the two
offending lines of code. (For the time being I have done that just to see
what happened..... Make then works and I get no other problems - also Make
You seemed to get pango and ATK etc.... compiled and working quickly - did you
not have any other problems ?
Any ideas ?
On Wednesday 18 May 2005 14:56, Carlo wrote:
> Clive Chapman ha scritto lo scorso 18/05/2005 13:51:
> > Hi again !
> > Carlo I just re-ran ./configue using the --cache-file option and ended up
> > adding each of the 3 option you included one after another.
> > I then did not have any more problems - .configure finished without
> > error.
> > If I check the config.log file for a section with 'glib-genmarshal' in it
> > I find;
> > .
> > .
> > configure:37677: checking for glib-genmarshal
> > configure:37695: found /opt/gnome/bin/glib-genmarshal
> > configure:37708: result: /opt/gnome/bin/glib-genmarshal
> > .
> > .
> > So it'a already on my host machine in /opt/gnome/bin/glib-genmarshal
> > more information here.....
> > http://developer.gnome.org/doc/API/2.0/gobject/glib-genmarshal.html
> > I hope that helps.... at least a little bit
> > Clive
> Ok, Clive
> thank you; but probably my "flat" toolchain is not completely well
> configured (even if it was able to build the kernel and Xfbdev). But,
> anyway, I managed to force scratchbox to use a host installation of glib
> (*), and now I have a pretty nice hello-world app running on my target.
> Now let's play with gtk ;-)
> (*) for who is interested in this, here is a short description of my
> dirty-trick on scratchbox (maybe there is a clearer way?):
> 1. switch scratchbox to HOST
> 2. ./configure, then make and make install of glib
> 3. switch scratchbox to ARM-LINUX target
> 4. export PATH=/targets/HOST/usr/local/bin:$PATH (this is for the host
> 5. make a symlink to /targets/HOST/usr/local/lib in current /usr/local
> directory (this is for host glib libraries used by glib-genmarshal)
> 6. ./configure --host=arm-linux --cache-file=arm_cache.conf
> 7. make
> 8. unlink /usr/local/lib
> 9. turn back $PATH to the original value
> 10. make install
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