Re: [htdig] problems compiling hdig on solaris


Kevin Unger (kevin@nttmcl.com)
Fri, 02 Apr 1999 12:21:41 -0800


He sent me the same message. Nice guy.

-k

Carlos Mejia wrote:

> >From: "Drew Glick" <doremesa@home.com>
> >To: "Carlos Mejia" <Carlos.Mejia@lodyc.jussieu.fr>
> >Subject: Re: [htdig] problems compiling hdig on solaris
> >Date: Fri, 2 Apr 1999 08:26:14 -0400
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> >STop e mailing me you idiot
>
> I dont undersant Mr Glick's agresivity to my message. May be I send a too
> long message and he dont like this, or may be its indeed obvious problem
> for him, but not for me. Or may be he consider this is not the place for
> such discusions. I have a problem and I am looking for a solution. I think
> this mailing list is for that, isn't it? Am I wrong ?
>
> And last, I do not mail tou you, Mr Glick, unless you are htdig in person!!!
>
> Carlos Mejia
>
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: Carlos Mejia <Carlos.Mejia@lodyc.jussieu.fr>
> >To: htdig@htdig.org <htdig@htdig.org>
> >Date: Friday, April 02, 1999 8:03 AM
> >Subject: Re: [htdig] problems compiling hdig on solaris
> >
> >>
> >>The problem was partially solved now.
> >>
> >>I had simultaneously the old libg++ and the new libstdc++. I erase the the
> >>old one, recompile and almost all is ok. I have a new compiler error that I
> >>solve by comming back in the Display.cc.0 patch. Yes, this problem was
> >>introduced by this patch. Here is the new error message :
> >>
> >> .......
> >>
> >>> From: Gilles Detillieux <grdetil@scrc.umanitoba.ca>
> >>> To: htdig@htdig.org
> >>> Date: Fri, 19 Mar 1999 15:58:44 -0600 (CST)
> >>> Cc: htdig@htdig.org
> >>> MIME-Version: 1.0
> >>> Subject: Re: [htdig] problems compiling hdig on solaris
> >>> Status: RO
> >>>
> >>>Strange. The string functions are usually declared in stdlib.h
> >>>or string.h (either directly or indirectly in files they include)
> >>>on most systems, so I haven't heard of this problem arising before.
> >>>Which include file on your system declares strstr, strchr, strrchr,
> >>>strncmp, and strtok? Does any other header file include this file?
> >>>If you find a different file that declares these functions, you may
> >>>want to include in in htlib/lib.h, which should be included indirectly
> >>>by every htdig source file. Also let us know your findings on this
> >>>mailing list, so someone can add a test for it.
> >>>
> >>>According to Carlos Mejia:
> >>>> I am a new participant to this list and I need some help. I am trying
> >to
> >>>> compile 'htdig-3.1.1' in a Sun Ultra2 under Solaris 2.5.1, I use
> >>>>
> >>>> .......
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> |Carlos Mejia |e-mail: carlos@lodyc.jussieu.fr|
> |LODYC Universite de Paris VI, T.26, 4eme| |
> |4 place Jussieu |tel: (33 1) 44 27 27 09 |
> |75005 PARIS |fax: (33 1) 44 27 71 59 |
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Kevin Unger
Senior Developer
NTT Multimedia Communications Laboratories, Inc.

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