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Re: Oskit-mach success with gcc-3.0

From: James Morrison
Subject: Re: Oskit-mach success with gcc-3.0
Date: Sat, 20 Apr 2002 19:23:03 -0700 (PDT)

> This should not be required.  My build is fine without it.  

 Did you have oskit 2001 installed in /usr/lib before you installed oskit 2002?

> The compiler by itself with the CC and CFLAGS settings you put in the
> environment (or don't) for configure need to be correct for finding the
> oskit headers and libraries already.  In my case, I have a i686-gnu cross
> compiler that has oskit installed in its .../i686-gnu/{include,lib} (just
> use make install prefix=.../i686-gnu to install oskit).  If you are using a
> native compiler on an x86 GNU/Linux or *BSD system, then the default
> installation of oskit in /usr/local ought to be found by default.
> As to the removal of -loskit_smp, that obviously breaks the SMP build.
> Having the library there when building without SMP is harmless.

 I'll check again, but neither the debian tarball Jeff made of oskit 2002, nor
my install of oskit 2002 doesn't have liboskit_smp anymore.

 The other part of the patch adds consistency to all compile lines.  I don't
know if I had /local/lib in my LD_LIBRARY_PATH when I compiled oskit-mach, but
I found this to be a simpler solution because I could configure the oskit
library directory with configure; e.g., 
OSKIT_LIBDIR=/local/lib/oskit ../configure

> I can't imagine a reason for these changes that does not involve a broken
> compiler installation or an incorrect parameterization of configure.
> If there is a problem, please show me fresh details.

 I needed that patch to compile oskit-mach with a fresh install of oskit 2002
natively under GNU/Hurd.  I had tried simply typing 
../configure && make kernel-ide+ethernet_lance, but it didn't work.


James Morrison
   University of Waterloo
   Computer Science - Digital Hardware
   2A co-op

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