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

From: Dave Uhring
Subject: Re: Has anyone actually built emacs 21.3 for SOLARIS (sparc)?
Date: Tue, 03 Jun 2003 08:47:17 -0500
User-agent: Pan/0.13.94 (God will roast their stomachs in Hell)

On Tue, 03 Jun 2003 07:09:16 +0000, David Combs wrote:

> What came compiled with gcc-3.2.2?
> Anything supplied by Sun -- including in that companion-cd?

AFAIK, every binary supplied by Sun was built using their own compilers. 
And those libraries do seem to be compatible with binaries built using
gcc-3.2.2.  I have KDE-3.1.1a compiled and installed on this system.  KDE
requires libjpeg and I use jpeg supplied with the OE.

[lib]$ pkgchk -l -p /usr/sfw/lib/
Pathname: /usr/sfw/lib/
Type: regular file
Expected mode: 0755
Expected owner: root
Expected group: bin
Expected file size (bytes): 140144
Expected sum(1) of contents: 57880
Expected last modification: Mar 02 02:04:51 2002
Referenced by the following packages:
Current status: installed

> 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.

Had I known that you had installed packages from the Software Companion CD
I would have included those arguments to $LDFLAGS.

>>/opt/sfw does not exist.  
> Oh yes it does.  During 9's installation,
> I must have answered some question differently from you.

/opt/sfw gets created when you install packages from the Software
Companion CD.  It is not there otherwise.

> 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!

Not a screw up as to where things got placed.  You simply have to know
where they are and adjust your environment accordingly.

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