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problem building Amaya 9.54 on (ugh) Solaris8

From: Cyndy Bresloff <cyndyb@seismo.berkeley.edu>
Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2007 15:46:15 +0000
Message-Id: <200704172303.l3HN30DH008265@perry.geo.berkeley.edu>
To: www-amaya-dev@w3.org




Hi folks:

I am trying to build Amaya on an archaic Solaris system.  I am 
getting an error when running GNU make that goes like this:

/a/perry/data/23/bdsn/Amaya9.54/wxWidgets/src/common/wxchar.cpp
/a/perry/data/23/bdsn/Amaya9.54/wxWidgets/src/common/wxchar.cpp: In function 
`int wxScanf(const wxChar*, ...)':
/a/perry/data/23/bdsn/Amaya9.54/wxWidgets/src/common/wxchar.cpp:931: error: 
`vwscanf' undeclared (first use this function)
/a/perry/data/23/bdsn/Amaya9.54/wxWidgets/src/common/wxchar.cpp:931: error: 
(Each undeclared identifier is reported only once for each function it appears 
in.)
/a/perry/data/23/bdsn/Amaya9.54/wxWidgets/src/common/wxchar.cpp: In function 
`int wxSscanf(const wxChar*, const wxChar*, ...)':
/a/perry/data/23/bdsn/Amaya9.54/wxWidgets/src/common/wxchar.cpp:943: error: 
`vswscanf' undeclared (first use this function)
/a/perry/data/23/bdsn/Amaya9.54/wxWidgets/src/common/wxchar.cpp: In function 
`int wxFscanf(FILE*, const wxChar*, ...)':
/a/perry/data/23/bdsn/Amaya9.54/wxWidgets/src/common/wxchar.cpp:954: error: 
`vfwscanf' undeclared (first use this function)
/a/perry/data/23/bdsn/Amaya9.54/wxWidgets/src/common/wxchar.cpp: In function 
`int wxVsscanf(const wxChar*, const wxChar*, void*)':
/a/perry/data/23/bdsn/Amaya9.54/wxWidgets/src/common/wxchar.cpp:1016: error: 
`vswscanf' undeclared (first use this function)
gmake[1]: *** [baselib_wxchar.o] Error 1
gmake[1]: Leaving directory 
`/a/perry/data/23/bdsn/Amaya9.54/Amaya/solaris8/wxWidgets_RELEASE'

Can anyone tell me what might be the cause?  I searched the archive and did not 
find mention of a problem with the wxchar source.  Thanks.  I'd really like to 
get this to work, at work- I installed Amaya on my Linux partition and my 
Windows partition at home, no worries; and I am quite pleased with it.  But it 
for a large web site at work I maintain that I most need something like Amaya.

 
Received on Wednesday, 18 April 2007 17:09:47 UTC

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