htdig: Announcing ht://Dig 3.1.0b1


Jeff Hill (jhill@hronline.com)
Fri, 11 Sep 1998 00:24:55 -0400


Geoffrey.R.Hutchison@williams.edu wrote:

> HTML.cc: In method `void HTML::do_tag(class Retriever &, class String&)':
> HTML.cc:677: warning: initialization of non-const `String &' from
> rvalue `String'
> ../htlib/htString.h:63: warning: in passing argument 1 of
> `String::operator =(String &)'
 
> What compiler are you using? I don't get any significant warnings when
> compiling with gcc or egcs, even when using -Wall to turn on all warnings.

Using gcc 2.7.2.1-9, without -WALL
Same compiler I was using with htdig-3.0.8b2.

---------<CUT>---------

> > /usr/bin/sort: @DATABASE_DIR@/sort0070600000: No such file or directory
> > htmerge: Word sort failed
>
> Did you do a "make install" or just copy the files? The "@DATABASE_DIR@" is
> a variable that is expanded when the files are run through the make program.
>

Yep, did "make install". Deleted all previous files in ../bin, /common
/conf /db to ensure nothing old leftover.

 
> No, the database code is installed into the binaries directly (statically).
> It won't use any other copies of BerkeleyDB or anything else for that
> matter. It didn't run the merge because it couldn't find the databases, as
> the sort error above indicates.

Hmm, but htDig seemed to have created those databases?

Still befuddled,

Jeff Hill

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