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Re: Has anyone actually built emacs 21.3 for SOLARIS (sparc)?

From: David Combs
Subject: Re: Has anyone actually built emacs 21.3 for SOLARIS (sparc)?
Date: Tue, 3 Jun 2003 07:09:16 +0000 (UTC)

In article <address@hidden>,
Dave Uhring <address@hidden> wrote:
>On Mon, 26 May 2003 22:49:58 +0000, David Combs wrote:
>> The "and I no longer have /opt/sfw." -- how did that dissappear?
>> Presumably not via "and all it's dependencies", but by
>> deliberate pkgrm of everything there, and then rm -r of /opt/sfw.
>pkgrm; rm -r
>> But why?  There's a HUGE amount of software in /opt/sfw?
>Only if you put it there.  I did not.  I installed SFWgcc in order to be
>able to build gcc-3.2.2.  Once I had gcc-3.2.2 installed I had no more use
>for /opt/sfw.
>Libraries compiled with gcc-2.95.3 are incompatible with binaries built
>with gcc-3.2.2, and I cannot afford the license for Sun's compilers.

What came compiled with gcc-3.2.2?

Anything supplied by Sun -- including in that companion-cd?

I finally managed, yesterday, to get emacs built, and
I had to add opt/sfw/bin to path, and likewise for
the ldflags for the -L and -R pair.

Here -- I'll include what I just got through saying
to someone else in this thread:

----------------------- start:
Finally, just yesterday, using Uhring's ideas and 
sample .cshrc, I got it built,  Whew!

I used this for LDPATH [sic: LDFLAGS}:

setenv LDFLAGS '-L/usr/openwin/lib -R/usr/openwin/lib -L/usr/sfw/lib 
-R/usr/sfw/lib    -L/opt/sfw/lib -R/opt/sfw/lib'

(One long line; didn't like the \-continuation --
the stuff on the continuation-line never got
into the Makefile, and also got a sed-error
somewhere.  My setup must be different from his;
he didn't need the /opt/-stuff either, but for
me, gcc was there.)
------------------------ end.

Also this:
  set path=(/sbin /usr/sbin /usr/bin /usr/dt/bin /usr/sfw/bin \
      /usr/openwin/bin /usr/ccs/bin     /opt/sfw/bin)
 ie, yours plus the opt, for gcc.

>> What sfw-stuff would you then have on your PATH and LDFLAGS?
>> Both of them -- every /usr/sfw/... would perhaps be paired with
>> a /opt/sfw/...?
>/opt/sfw does not exist.  

Oh yes it does.  During 9's installation,
I must have answered some question differently from you.

>You have my PATH in the .bashrc file which I
>sent you.  For others it is:
>[duhring]$ echo $PATH
>[duhring]$ ls /opt
>Acrobat5  OpenOffice  RealPlayer8  SUNWits  SUNWmlib  SUNWrtvc  build 
>kde  lost+found  mozilla  qt3  source  temp  tmp

Geez -- for me, it's:

cpml$ ls /opt
SUNWits          SUNWrtvc         SUNWsdocs        SUNWspci2        
lost+found       sfw              sun_docs

cpml$ cd /opt/sfw
cpml$ ls
GNUstep               cups                  include               libexec       
        sbin                  src
LessTif               doc                   info                  man           
        share                 var
READMEs               docs                  kde                   mysql         
        sparc-sun-solaris2.9  vnc
bin                   etc                   lib                   netpbm        

cpml$ ls bin
.xmcd_start               esdmon                    ggraph                    
gslj                      mogrify                   slrn
ASSound                   esdplay                   ggrn                      
gslp                      montage                   slrnpull
Animate                   esdrec                    ggroups                   
gsnd                      mpack                     snort
Audio                     esdsample                 ghead                     
gsoelim                   mpage                     sortm
Banner                    etags                     ghostid                   
gsort                     mpg123                    sox
CDE2Xfcepal               ethereal                  ghostname                 
gspline                   msgchk                    soxmix
Cascade                   eview                     ghostview                 
gsplit                    msgcmp                    sparc-sun-solaris2.9-gcc
esdctl                    gfold                     gshred                    
mlock                     show
esdfilt                   ggasp                     gsize                     
mmroff                    sliceprint
esdloop                   ggprof                    gsleep                    
moc                       slptool

cpml$ ls sbin
bgpd        in.proftpd  ipop3d      pftpcount   pftpwho     ripd        tcpdump 
imapd       ipop2d      ospfd       pftpshut    proftpd     slpd        visudo

cpml$ cd /usr/sfw

cpml$ ls
bin      doc      include  info     lib      libexec  man      sbin     share   
 src      swat

cpml$ ls bin
ant                gfgrep             jpegtran           ncftpget           
rgb2ycbcr          smbtar             tiff2bw            tiffmedian
antRun             ggrep              make_printerdef    ncftpls            
rpcclient          tclsh8.3           tiff2ps            tiffsplit
cjpeg              gif2tiff           make_smbcodepage   ncftpput           
smbcacls           testparm           tiff2rgba          wget
convert_smbpasswd  glib-config        make_unicodemap    nmblookup          
smbclient          testprns           tiffcmp            wish8.3
djpeg              gtar               makeinfo           pal2rgb            
smbcontrol         texi2dvi           tiffcp             wrjpgcom
fax2ps             gtk-config         ncftp              ppm2tiff           
smbpasswd          texi2html          tiffdither
fax2tiff           info               ncftpbatch         ras2tiff           
smbspool           texindex           tiffdump
gegrep             install-info       ncftpbookmarks     rdjpgcom           
smbstatus          thumbnail          tiffinfo
cpml$ ls sbin
nmbd         safe_finger  smbd         swat         tcpd         tcpdchk      
tcpdmatch    try-from

>>>I built emacs-21.3 again and saved all of the output of the configure
>>>script and make and will send it to you via email.  Perhaps you can see
>>>from that where your problems lie.
>You will see from the 3 files which I sent you that emacs can indeed be
>built on Solaris 9 SPARC.  No way in hell I could be bothered to fake all
>that ;-)

Looks like I really screwed up where I got things placed
during initial install.  Even though I had sun-service on
the phone while I did it!

Turns out that I'm getting some of the same problems
I got with 21.2.1 -- I'll have to play with it
with both of them with -q and --no-site-file.



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