Can't compile ANY version, need help
cwood at wencor.com
Mon Apr 30 12:55:05 EDT 2001
I started digging into the "make" version I'm running, as you suggested.
One of my co-workers has a binary of make 3.78.1 off in his own little
area. It's not in the path anywhere, but I can path to it and compile
0.51 without any errors, but I still get a symbol referencing error like
below (I assume I'm missing a library I need to include). I might be able
to figure out which library is missing, but still have two questions.
1. Can I simply path to the make without it being in the path? Won't
"configure" have trouble testing things if it isn't the default compiler?
2. How do I tell ./configure about the new libs?
Undefined first referenced
symbol in file
UX:ld: ERROR: .libs/t0001: fatal error: Symbol referencing errors. No
output written to .libs/t0001
On Sat, 28 Apr 2001, James K. Lowden wrote:
> Chris Wood wrote:
> > 0.51 gives a file not found for two *.la files, but it doesn't give any
> > syntax errors. If I remove lib_LTLIBRARIES = libct.la in
> > src/ctlib/Makefile and lib_LTLIBRARIES = libsybdb.la in
> > src/dblib/Makefile, it will compile but it fails the tests.
> I am *not* a Gnuru, but I can tell you libct.la is an output of libtool, so your
> problem starts earlier. Here are the contents of one from 5.0:
> -- snip --
> # libct.la - a libtool library file
> # Generated by ltmain.sh - GNU libtool 1.3.3 (1.385.2.181 1999/07/02 15:49:11)
> # Please DO NOT delete this file!
> # It is necessary for linking the library.
> # The name that we can dlopen(3).
> # Names of this library.
> -- snip --
> Just to check the oil: Are you using gmake? Mine's version 3.79.1. Did everything
> really go swimmingly until libct.la wasn't found?
> > Do the coders read this list? I'd hate to bother them by email
> You know the advice about teaching pig to sing? It won't work and it annoys the
> pig. Anyone who'll help you reads this list.
> The fellow who can best answer your question hasn't been around lately, probably
> wooed by money or some other similarly base cause. But my bet is the Makefile is
> fine and the problem is environmental.
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