Larry Williamson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fri, 17 Sep 1999 16:36:07 -0400 (EDT)
I wrote a couple of hours ago...
> I am trying to build ht:/dig 3.1.2 on a Solaris 2.7 machine with gcc
> 2.8.1. I have libstd++ version 2.8.1 installed too.
> ht:/dig fails to configure because libht is not found.
> I tried to use the SunPro 4.2 C++ compiler instead, but to no avail.
> In both cases, the missing libht.a seems to be the cause.
I thought I had tried the SunPro compiler, but as it turns out, I
forgot the CXX environment variable to override the g++ choice. So g++
was still being used.
Now - I have really used Sun's compiler, so configure works, but the
compile fails right away, first file (../btree/bt_compare.c). I
suspect this is to be expected as the documentation says to use gcc
Still any advice would be appreciated.
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