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Re: [Bug-gnubg] compiling error: fixes for Solaris, and problem with 3db
Re: [Bug-gnubg] compiling error: fixes for Solaris, and problem with 3dboards...
Sat, 03 Sep 2005 08:55:05 +0100
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Eli Dayan wrote:
> Hello all,
> This is my first post to the list -- I am trying to get gnubg running with
> 3dboards on Solaris. I am running a Sun Ultra60 with Solaris 10, using the
> SunStudio compilers (SunPro), and am trying to build gnubg-0.14.3 with
> 3dboards. The following fixes are necessary to first compile without
> As an aside, I am running configure like this:
> CFLAGS=-fast ./configure
> - error: "gnubg.c", line 3662: void function cannot return value
> - fix
> change: return GTKHelp( sz );
> to: GTKHelp( sz );
I think this has been fixed in the latest code.
> Due to above, gtkchequer.c needs some fixing... from what I can tell,
> - line 199 should read:
> move *ppm;
> -line 200 should read:
> const cubeinfo* ppci;
I think you mean this code:
move **ppm = malloc( c * sizeof (move *));
cubeinfo** ppci = malloc( c * sizeof (cubeinfo *));
I think that should compile?
> Next step is with 3d boards...
To get going you might want to first try it without FTGL (you'll need
glut for some basic fonts).
> so, I installed GtkGLExt as well as FTGL, then do:
> CFLAGS=-fast ./configure --with-board3d
> followed of course by a make.
> For some reason, the FTGL includes on my system which are located in
> /usr/local/include/FTGL are not found, so I had to hack them in manually to
> font3d.cpp, a proper fix for this would be nice, too :^).
FTGL is a bit hit and miss - you probably want to hack the makefile /
try to fix configure.
> Finally comes the part where I'm stuck:
> "font3d.cpp", Error: The function FTGLOutlineFont::MakeGlyph(unsigned) has
> not had a body defined.
> I can't find a reference to said function in font3d.cpp, so I'm not quite
> sure what to make of this, yet. Any further help or assistance would be
> kindly appreciated. Thanks all for reading this. Hope we can resolve these
> issues soon!
It's referenced by MyOutlineFont. Try this, 1: Comment out the
MyOutlineFont class lines 36-44. 2: Replace MyOutlineFont with
FTGLOutlineFont on line 62. This might give you a better error message.
Note that as FTGL is a c++ library, font3d is a c++ file.
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