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RE: multiple inclusion of file

From: Gray, Steve, Wipro
Subject: RE: multiple inclusion of file
Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2012 15:41:03 -0400


I was expecting some type of a completion message at the end of the make 
command.  I did not image that this was the end of the make command and that I 
could continue.  I never tried to continue.  Now that you told me that is just 
a warning and not an error, I proceeded to run the "make check" command and it 
came back with "1 of 6 tests failed".  I continued with the "make install" and 
it completed without any errors.  I don't know if I should be concerned with 
the "1 of 6 tests failed" after the "make check" command.  The 1 test that 
failed was "./RunTest: syntax error at line 138: `(' unexpected FAIL: RunTest". 
 All the other tests said "passed".  Should I be concerned about the 1 test 
that did not pass?  I did save the output to a file.
I had no way of knowing that the "multiple inclusion of file" message was just 
that, a message and not an error.  Like I said I was looking for some type of 
completion message, like the one that I got after I installed the "openssl" 
package. Anyway, thanks for your quick response. I am going to try and 
configure my "nginx webserver" now that I think I got the PCRE library 
installed.  Wish me luck.

Thanks a lot

-----Original Message-----
From: Bob Friesenhahn [mailto:address@hidden 
Sent: Tuesday, April 24, 2012 2:25 PM
To: Gray, Steve, Wipro
Cc: address@hidden
Subject: Re: multiple inclusion of file

On Tue, 24 Apr 2012, Gray, Steve, Wipro wrote:
> Hello, I am in the process of trying to install the PCRE library.  I 
> run the configure command with the various options, and I then run the 
> make command, and this is when I get the error, “warning: file
> /usr/sfw/lib/ attempted multiple inclusion of file”.  I 
> am on a Solaris 10 operating system.  Have you seen this error 
> message?  Is there something that I can do to get past this so that I 
> can get the PCRE library installed?  How do I solve this?  If you have 
> had this question asked before, I apologize for asking again, but I am 
> at my rope’s end trying to get past this. I am new to PCRE, so if my 
> questions seem irrelevant or pointless, I apologize.  I just need to get 
> started. If you would like me to send you my configure options, I can do 
> that, or any other information that you need from me, I’ll be glad to provide.

I see this message every day.  This is only a warning and not an error.  How is 
it blocking you from building and installing the package?

Bob Friesenhahn
GraphicsMagick Maintainer,

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