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Re: [Lzip-bug] solaris compile errors, lzip, and plzip: error: stdint.h

From: rupert THURNER
Subject: Re: [Lzip-bug] solaris compile errors, lzip, and plzip: error: stdint.h: No such file or directory
Date: Thu, 31 Dec 2009 19:35:43 +0100

On Thu, Dec 31, 2009 at 19:25, Antonio Diaz Diaz <address@hidden> wrote:
> rupert THURNER wrote:
>>> You can replace "#include <stdint.h>" with "#include <inttypes.h>". Both
>>> headers are C99 provided as extensions in C++, but for some reason
>>> solaris
>>> only provides inttypes.h.
>> is there any chance this could go in the code so we do not have to patch
>> it?
> I'm afraid not. inttypes.h is larger than stdint.h, includes stdint.h and is
> just as non-standard C++ as stdint.h. Making this change will surely break
> compilation on some other system.
>>> The remaining errors are caused by lzlib not being installed in your
>>> system.
>> after patching the include files, linking fails with:
>> c++ -shared -Wl,--soname=liblz.so.0 -o liblz.so.0.8-rc1 sh_decoder.o
>> sh_encoder.o sh_lzlib.o
>> /usr/ccs/bin/ld: illegal option -- -
>> ld: warning: option -o appears more than once, first setting taken
>> usage: ld [-6:abc:d:e:f:h:il:mo:p:rstu:z:B:CD:F:GI:L:M:N:P:Q:R:S:VY:?]
>> file(s)
> As lacos has already pointed out, this is because you don't use the GNU
> linker but the platform linker, and the platform linker chokes on
> "--soname=liblz.so.0". Just try "configure --disable-shared".
> BTW, I am thinking about disabling the build of shared libraries by default.
> One more thing. Plzip 0.1 only works with lzlib 0.7. The next version of
> plzip (0.2) will only work with lzlib 0.8-rc2 or newer.

thanks for the hint!

we compile quite a lot of packages and most of them produce shared
libraries, and none of them uses the gnu linker, see
http://www.opencsw.org/packages. maybe there is a chance to adjust the
configure so it takes care of the differences, linker and header

why did you choose to implement it in c++ btw?


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