Error in negative money values returned Linux/PHP4.0.x/MSSQL 6.5
camber at ais.org
Fri May 18 21:56:23 EDT 2001
James, I think maybe something like this for starters:
Q: When running configure/autoconf I get a number of
"warning: AC_TRY_RUN called without default to allow cross compiling"
A: These are harmless.
Or something to that effect anyway.
And while I have your ear, is the copy of the user guide in CVS up to
date? I'd like to flesh out a couple of things prior to the 0.52
release...which I'm hoping to get out the door soon...
On Fri, 18 May 2001, James K. Lowden wrote:
> Actually, I think Brian was refering to me, as self-appointed FAQ master.
> However, your answer shed a little light on it for me. I've tried half a dozen times
> to make any sense of the autoconf info pages. I never can seem to hold enough of it
> in my head at once to make any one part stick to any other two. I'm sure that's at
> least partly because I've never had to solve the problem it addresses. Or it suffers
> from what a lot of meta-meta-meta modeling does: discussion in great detail of
> zero-mass hyper-abstractions. Or, I suffer from lateness of hour. Sigh.
> I'm happy to fax the FAQ, if I can say something intelligent. Which unfortunately I
> can't just yet, but I'll read the libtool info pages (with more focus this time) and
> try to come up with something. I'm not even sure at this moment which message Brian
> means to ignore. I guess: AC_TRY_RUN.
> I know there're a few hangers out here, who have discussed autoconf stuff and seem to
> know something. Maybe some kind soul will try to fix your Tru64 UNIX cc problem and
> this libtool thing. So we, uh, can call ourselves (ahem) a true multiplatform
> All that said, what exactly do you mean by " the lag in autoconf or automake
> versions"? If you could spell it out for your somewhat dim-witted editor, he'd be
> ever so much obliged.
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