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Re: Compiling CVS 1-11-17


From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: Compiling CVS 1-11-17
Date: Sat, 17 Jul 2004 12:39:23 -0400
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Horn, James Thomas wrote:

>When trying to compile on an OpenVMS system, get an error:
>
>$ CC :== CC/DEBUG/NOOPTIMIZE/STANDARD=VAXC/DEFINE=HAVE_CONFIG_H-
>/INCLUDE_DIRECTORY=([-],[-.LIB],[-.SRC],[-.VMS])/PREFIX_LIBRARY_ENTRIES=
>ALL_ENTR
>IES
>$ CC diff.c
>
># include "fnmatch.h" /* Our substitute */
>..^
>%CC-F-NOINCLFILEF, Cannot find file "fnmatch.h" specified in #include
>directive.
>at line number 29 in file (File Location).DIFF]DIFF.C;1


There is a `fnmatch.h.in' file in the `lib' directory which gets
renamed to `fnmatch.h' by the configure script on most platforms.  If
it should be expected that all VMS systems will not have fnmatch.h,
then we can include a copy of fnmatch.h in CVS's `vms' directory.  If
some VMS systems will have `fnmatch.h', then there should probably be
target in the VMS makefile or some equivalent of the configure script
on other platforms which causes fnmatch.h to be built from
lib/fnmatch.h.in only when necessary.

Patches excitedly anticipated.

Derek

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