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Re: 20060103: Building ldm-6.4.4 under HP-UX 11.23 using gcc



Steve,

We received the HP 11.x license code for ansi c software . Installed on hmr-1 today ok. We are currently receiving the data. . We were not sure we would be able to get the ansi c license. Our ITO worked with HP personnel on our contract and we were able to get the license support. Sorry for taking up your time on gcc. Appreciated all your help.

Big Mahalo for you support,
jayne

Steve Emmerson wrote:

Jayne and Daniel,



Date: Thu, 05 Jan 2006 07:19:53 -1000
From: "Daniel Eum" <address@hidden>
Organization: NOAA
To: Steve Emmerson <address@hidden>
Subject: [Fwd: Re: 20060103: Building ldm-6.4.4 under HP-UX 11.23 using gcc]



The above message contained the following:



Original message from Jayne Hirakawa. She said that she had problems sending the e-mail.

Daniel Eum
(808) 973-5278


[snip]



Attached files requested. I will be out the office tomorrow. My co-worker Daniel will be able to work with you.

Thank you,
jayne s


[snip]



/usr/local/lib/gcc/ia64-hp-hpux11.23/3.4.3/include/wchar.h:134: error: parse eror before "va_list"


[snip]

One of the offending lines appears to be



extern int vfwprintf (FILE *, const wchar_t *, va_list);



in the file "/usr/local/lib/gcc/ia64-hp-hpux11.23/3.4.3/include/wchar.h". This shouldn't happen and implies that the gcc(1) header-files are incorrect, somehow (header-files are required to have definitions for any symbols that they use).

You could install a new gcc(1) and retry with it.  Alternatively, you
could modify the source-code to explicitly include the header-file with
the missing definition by adding the line

   #include <stdarg.h>

to the top of "src/rpc/auth_none.c".

If you modify the source, then you might have to similarly modify other
source-code files in order to build the package.

Please keep me apprised.

Regards,
Steve Emmerson




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