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doing config/winConfigure.pl, still need www

From: Ben Hyde <bhyde@gensym.com>
Date: Wed, 3 Jun 1998 11:08:49 -0400
Message-Id: <199806031508.LAA05636@siam.gensym>
To: www-lib@w3.org

Well I'm embarrassed to have overlooked libtool in 
the requirements list, sorry.

I should have mentioned before that using config/winConfigure.pl
didn't seem to help,
  
  > perl config/winConfigure.pl
  assuming global: PUBLIC const SGML_dtd HTMLP_dtd = {
  Can't open ./Library/src/windows/../HTMulpar.: No such file or directory
  assuming global: PUBLIC FILE *WWWTrace = NULL;
  assuming global: PUBLIC int WWW_TraceFlag = 0;		/* Global trace flag for ALL W3 code */
  what is ./Library/src/vms/Makefile.am:26:"	sys_dirent.h
  "?
  assuming global: PUBLIC int ParseDebug = 0;	/* For use with LablPars and RatPars */
  what is ./LineMode/src/vms/Makefile.am:8:"	setup.com
  "?
  > gnumake
  www -p -na ./COPYRIGHT.html \
  	-o ./COPYRIGH
  gnumake: www: Command not found
  gnumake: *** [COPYRIGH] Error 127
  > 

Possibly I messed up by doing something in the wrong order, I did

  > gnumake
  ... fail ..
  > perl config/winConfigure
  > gnumake
  ... fail again ...
  > gnumake clean
  www -p -na ./COPYRIGHT.html \
  	-o ./COPYRIGH
  gnumake: www: Command not found
  gnumake: *** [COPYRIGH] Error 127
  > 

Should I just break down and get www?

 - ben hyde
Received on Wednesday, 3 June 1998 11:08:56 GMT

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