Subject: RE: C++ compiler wackyness.
To: None <>
From: mjbedy <>
List: port-pmax
Date: 08/12/1998 18:03:23
   Perhaps the type of person that uses an old Decstation tends to be the
type of person that _dosen't_ use c++ :-)  

   I have several experiments going right now, none of them too sucessful.
I'll let you know if I get things to work....

   - Mike

On Wed, 12 Aug 1998, Harald Bjoroy wrote:

> I am experiencing something alike on my pmax; I am trying the brave
> experiment of making KDE for the pmax (I believe it will look pretty
> ugly on my monochrome screen if I can get it working but...)
> The first evident problem comes when making the QT package from the
> package system.
> The first trouble I got was that the compile stopped several places, it
> seemed like the patches from pkgsrc had failed horrobly (I am using
> /etc/mk.conf to specify localbase and xbase and such).
> After editing the makefiles so that they compile (including adding
> -L/usr/lib and -ltermcap) the app fails. This app is moc of the
> QT-system, which is just processing header files to produce moc_xxxx.cpp
> files (no screen handling or magic).
> I am not experienced in debugging on NetBSD, but when I tried, gdb tells
> me it gets SIGSEGV immediately when I use the run command, no code - it
> is charmingly suggesting that it is a bug in gdb...
> I also just upgraded to 1.3.2, and built my own kernel (without
> problems).
> I am about to dig into it now, but if there is an  easy clever answer; I
> would appreciate getting it before I use too much time on it.
> Regards,
> Harald.