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Re: Compile Problems on freebsd 4.1 using libwww 5.2.8

From: <jose.kahan@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 1 Sep 2000 10:11:36 +0200 (MET DST)
Message-Id: <200009010811.KAA13599@tuvalu.inrialpes.fr>
To: Jerome Siour <jerome.siour@smtp2.cosmosbay.com>
CC: "www-lib@w3.org" <www-lib@w3.org>, "'Patrick William Goodwill'" <goodwill@stanford.edu>
Hello,

The mailing list archives are your best friend:

	http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-lib/2000JulSep/0035.html

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If you are compiling under UNIX, you
can probably use the `libwww-config'
program. 
 
Documentation is at
http://www.w3.org/Library/libwww-config.html
 
It is also in the libwww source under 
`libwww/Library/libwww-config.html.'
==============

This should go into a FAQ. Any volunteers for writing one? 

-Jose


In our previous episode, Jerome Siour said:
> 
> >"gcc -I/usr/local/include/w3c-libwww/ -L/usr/local/lib test.c"
> 
> I had this problem, and to solve it, I had "-DHAVE_CONFIG_H":
> 
> gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I/usr/local/include/w3c-libwww/ -L/usr/local/lib test.c
> 
> But, now, you will have a "link error". You must had libraries:
> 
> (for instance, on SCOV5:)
> gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I/usr/local/include/w3c-libwww/ -L/usr/local/lib test.c
> -lwwwcore -lwwwutils -lwwwapp -lwwwhttp -lwwwcache -lwwwdir -lwwwfile -lwwwftp
> -lwwwgopher -lwwwhtml -lwwwhttp -lwwwmime -lwwwnews -lwwwstream -lwwwtelnet
> -lwwwtrans -lwwwxml -lxmlparse -lxmltok -lm -lmd5 -lsocket
Received on Friday, 1 September 2000 04:11:45 GMT

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