[freetds] Problem cross compiling for iPhone (iOS 4)
Xander Maas (GMAIL)
xjmaas at gmail.com
Thu Dec 9 03:16:46 EST 2010
I'll give it a try today or tomorrow.
On 9 dec 2010, at 09:05, Frediano Ziglio wrote:
> Try with recent snapshot. I committed a fix for this problem some days ago.
> 2010/12/2 Xander Maas <xjmaas at gmail.com>:
>> For what I have seen, it is giving me the error when trying to figure out the length for __int64. I think this might be the problem as it gives me a length of 0 for __int64.
>> The code does compile fine when building it for Mac OS X (i386 and X86_64) nd for the simulator. (which is native i386).
>> But I'll give it a try when I am at work tomorrow.
>> On 2 dec 2010, at 17:15, jklowden at schemamania.org wrote:
>>> On Thu, Dec 02, 2010 at 04:08:36PM +0100, Xander Maas wrote:
>>>> ./configure --disable-shared
>>>> --prefix=/Users/xjmaas/Desktop/FreeTDS_iOS/DEV_BUILD --disable-server
>>>> --disable-odbc --disable-pool --host=arm-apple-darwin9
>>>> And this is the error i get on stderr/stdout (console/terminal):
>>>> configure:19642: error: cannot run test program while cross compiling
>>>> See `config.log' for more details.
>>> OK. I don't what the real problem is but I see where it's pointing. Cf. http://www.xjmaas.nl/config_log.txt lines 5640-5643.
>>> If you scrape out the C code from lines 5648-5726 and try to build it using the command line on 5640, I wager you'll see an error. Someone who understands iOS4 might be able to correct the gcc invocation options for you. It seems to be having trouble finding glibc.
>>> The underlying problem might be the versions of autoconf & friends that generate the configure script. I wouldn't be surprised, because they're old and iOS is new. You might be better off using CVS to create a development tree, and generating your own configure script using newer autotools. I'd be interested to hear if that works, because I'm in the process of upgrading myself.
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