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Re: Problem compiling

From: Vic Bancroft <bancroft@america.net>
Date: Sun, 03 Dec 2006 13:57:59 -0500
Message-ID: <45731E37.1080005@america.net>
To: www-lib@w3.org

Vic Bancroft wrote:

>> Rather than set up appropriate test environments or further break an 
>> already fragile config script, I will just attach a diff to this 
>> already painfully long email.
>
Well, I have since tested several configs with the diff and we now have,

      configure.ac new revision: 1.8
      Makefile.am new revision: 1.5
      HTSQL.c new revision: 2.4
      HTSQL.html new revision: 2.3
      HTSQLLog.c new revision: 2.4
      Makefile.am new revision: 2.60
      Makefile.am new revision: 1.34

The following options roughly match the original question as posted on 
the list by John Coppens,

./configure               \

  --prefix=/opt           \

  --with-x                \

  --with-regex            \

  --with-mysql=/opt/mysql \

  --with-expat            \

  --with-md5              \

  --with-dav

This config works on a standard linux distribution, like Sam suggests,

./configure     \

  --prefix=/usr \

  --with-x      \

  --with-regex  \

  --with-mysql  \

  --with-expat  \

  --with-md5    \

  --with-dav

This worked on one of my hybrid (i686/x86_64) machines and forces the 
use of 64 bit libraries,

./configure                   \

  --prefix=/usr/local/mysql64 \

  --with-x                    \

  --with-regex                \

  --with-mysql=/usr/lib64     \

  --with-expat                \

  --with-md5                  \

  --with-dav

I supposed it would be nice to test a Solaris build and along those 
lines, I have just burned some a few iso images from,

    sol-10-u2-ga-x86-v1.iso
    sol-10-u2-ga-x86-v2.iso
    sol-10-u2-ga-x86-v3.iso
    sol-10-u2-ga-x86-v4.iso
    sol-10-u2-ga-x86-v5.iso

Does anyone have access to some older Solaris to verify the build ?

more,
l8r,
v

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