Mae Qiu, >Date: Tue, 9 Dec 2003 15:44:12 -0800 >From: Mae Qiu <address@hidden> >Organization: NOAA >To: Steve Emmerson <address@hidden> >Subject: Re: 20031208: Problems with instaling Udunits The above message contained the following: > Thank you very much for your reply. > > I corrected the settings of my environmental variables and performed > steps 3 through 6 described near the end of the file INSTALL without > problems. I attached a new config.log file. Thanks. I would have liked to have seen the file "configure.log" as well. ... > But I got error messages at step 7. Please see the attached make.log > file. ... > making `all' in directory > /Users/maeqiu/Code/Fortran_code/dir_test/udunits-1.12.1/src/lib > > ln -s ../port/misc/udalloc.c . > ln -s ../port/misc/udalloc.h . > /usr/bin/cc -c -O -I../port/misc -I../port/cfortran > -DUT_DEFAULT_PATH='"/Users/maeqiu/Code/Fortran_code/dir_test/udunits-1.12.1/etc/udunits.dat"' > -Df2cFortran utlib.c > utlib.c:1376: undefined type, found `ptrdiff_t' > cpp-precomp: warning: errors during smart preprocessing, retrying in basic > mode > utlib.c: In function `utInit': > utlib.c:1102: warning: assignment makes pointer from integer without a cast > utlib.c: At top level: The above error indicates that your C system doesn't define a prototype for the function "getenv()" in the header-file <stdlib.h>. This is non-standard behavior at the POSIX level . > utlib.c:1377: parse error before "mystrcmp" The above error indicates that your C system doesn't define the type "ptrdiff_t" in the header-file <stddef.h>. This is non-standard behavior at the C language level. I would look at the two header-file mentioned above to see if some feature-test C macros could be defined that would result in the appropriate behavior. You could then define these macros in the CPPFLAGS environment variable and start over (remember to do a "make distclean"). Failing that, you'll have to modify the code -- adding an appropriate prototype for getenv() and a definition for ptrdiff_t. Regards, Steve Emmerson
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