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Re: [gnugo-devel] Go as SPEC benchmark?

From: James Fulton Koehler
Subject: Re: [gnugo-devel] Go as SPEC benchmark?
Date: Sat, 16 Nov 2002 16:10:26 -0600

Gunnar Farneback wrote:

> Dan wrote:
> > > ld: Type mismatch for symbol "move"; resolving OBJECT symbol (in file
> > > ../engine/
> >
> > Since the move struct array is implicated in the backtrace maybe
> > this is significant.
> Most likely, yes. Looking closer at the warning we can see
> > tterns.a ../engine/libengine.a libpatterns.a ../sgf/libsgf.a
> > ../utils/libutils.a
> >  libdfa.a -lcurses -lm
> > ld: Type mismatch for symbol "move"; resolving OBJECT symbol (in file
> > ../engine/
> > libengine.a[move_reasons.o]) to FUNC symbol (in file
> > /usr/lib/hpux32/libcurses.s
> > o)
> > 1 warnings.
> that this apparently has something to do with the curses library.
> I'm fairly certain that this problem would go away by adding the
> --without-curses option to configure.
> /Gunnar

Thanks for the suggestion, Gunnar.  I tried that but got essentially the
same error. (See parts pasted in below.)

   Hmmm, I have not yet done the basic first round of code reading and
debugging.  I'm happy for suggestions like this, but I do not want to burn
up a lot of your time until I have done a few more basics.   So if you have
more thoughts like this that might allow me to leapfrog the initial
problems, please let me know.  But I hope you don't spend a lot of time
trying to debug based on the information I've given you so far.

Thanks again - Jim

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