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Re: Problem with compiling sighandle.c on CVS 1.11.19 with GCC 3.2.2 o
mac a cody
Re: Problem with compiling sighandle.c on CVS 1.11.19 with GCC 3.2.2 on Solaris 9
Wed, 23 Mar 2005 13:03:38 -0600
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Derek Price wrote:
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mac a cody wrote:
| I notice in the output of my configure that the result of "checking
| for sys/stat.h" is "no". Could this be an indication of a problem
| with stat.h?
configure is detecting that a very simple program including the line,
"#include <sys/stat.h>", could not be compiled. Most likely this does
imply a problem with the <sys/stat.h> installed on your system, though
there is still a slim chance that configure might be defining
something that affects an otherwise good <sys/stat.h>.
Turns out the problem was a "broken" GCC 3.3.2 installation.
When it was compiled, GCC 2.95.3 was used and the OS was
Solaris 8. Since then the OS was upgraded to Solaris 9,
probably resulting in changes to sys/stat.h. Fortunately,
GCC 3.3.2 from the Sun freeware CD for Solaris 9 was
installed elsewhere on the workstation. After running
configure again (the "checking for sys/stat.h" now answered
"yes") that GCC installation compiled cvs 1.1.19 correctly.
Thanks for the help!