Subject: Re: glib2-2.4.0 build failure on MacOS X
To: Michal Pasternak <email@example.com>
From: John D. Baker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/03/2004 18:54:02
On Sat, 3 Apr 2004, Michal Pasternak wrote:
> John D. Baker [Fri, Apr 02, 2004 at 08:57:31PM -0600]:
> > I've been searching every library on the system and it seems Apple left
> > the wide character/string functions out, or failed to make their symbols
> > public (or omitted them from the library based on install-time deselection
> > of national language packages?)... Thus:
> What about #include <wchar.h> and <wctype.h> ?
There are no such header files in MacOS X 10.1.5 nor 10.2.8.
wchar_t is _conditionally_ defined in <stddef.h> and <stdlib.h>.
The issue is that _wcslen is not resolved when linking. That symbol
is not present in any library on MacOS 10.1.5 or 10.2.8.
The quick and dirty way to keep glib2-2.4.0 from referencing _wcslen
is to force it to believe that there is no definition for wchar_t.
John D. Baker, KN5UKS NetBSD Darwin/MacOS X
jdbaker(at)mylinuxisp(dot)com OpenBSD FreeBSD
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