Subject: Re: Compiling libg++-2.6.2 on NetBSD 1.0
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Niklas Hallqvist <email@example.com>
Date: 10/04/1995 11:46:25
>>>>> "Werner" == Werner Kuehnert <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Werner> Hi ! Has anyone succesfully compiled libg++ version 2.6.2
Werner> under NetBSD-1.0 ? gcc-2.6.2 works fine, but when compiling
Werner> libg++ the compilation succeeds for libiberty and dies in
Werner> libio not finding quad_t (I guess from the error message).
Werner> quad_t is defined in sys/types.h and this file is included in
Werner> the source (sorry I forgot the name of the c-source file). Has
Werner> anybody had more luck ? Any hints are highly appreciated.
I think this is fixed in later libg++, otherwise what needs to be done
is something like:
Please replace libio/config/netbsd.mt by the following:
# Flags to pass to gen-params when building _G_config.h.
# For example: G_CONFIG_ARGS = size_t="unsigned long"
# The NetBSD include files have a chain where fpos_t is defined as off_t,
# which is defined as quad_t, which is defined as int64_t, which is defined
# as 'long long'. Such a long chain is too much for gen-params.
G_CONFIG_ARGS = fpos_t="long long" off_t="long long"