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Re: [Groff] Re: OS X Compilation

From: Werner LEMBERG
Subject: Re: [Groff] Re: OS X Compilation
Date: Sat, 01 Jun 2002 16:55:02 +0200 (CEST)

> (1) make complains that there are conflicting C and C++ declarations
> of mkstemp.  THis is fixed by adding -DHAVE_MKSTEMP to the Makefile.

This shouldn't happen.  There is a special GROFF_MKSTEMP macro in
aclocal.m4 (for the configure script) which tests explicitly whether
mkstemp() is available in C++.  Please send me the relevant snippet
from config.log for further examination.

> /Users/goulding/Desktop/groff-current/src/roff/groff/groff
> -F/Users/goulding/Desktop/groff-current/font
> -M/Users/goulding/Desktop/groff-current/contrib/mom -Tps -mom
> examples/ >examples/
> troff: fatal error: can't find macro file om

This looks like an error in troff itself since the -M option is
correct above -- please check config.log to find out which functions
are not available; maybe something is broken here.

> (3) Now, I next tried issuing the make command from bash, with the
> SHELL variable set to /sw/bin/bash, because I thought it might be a
> problem with tcsh -- I got the same result.  But at some point
> (can't remember how) I managed to get past this error; but then
> there was a huge string of error messages that .defcolor and (I
> think) .fchar were not valid requests.

Without logfiles of the compilation process and/or the configure
script I can't really help.


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