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Re: Help with compilation

From: Danny Backx
Subject: Re: Help with compilation
Date: Wed, 04 Apr 2001 00:40:22 +0200

1. You may want to grab 1.99.16

2. On some Linuxes, you need to load curses to be able to compile oleo. I only
   recently discovered this and didn't document it yet. On SuSE 7.1 for instance
   you need to load the package ncurses-devel-5.2-8 from the distribution.

   I just ran rpm -q -f /usr/include/term.h
   to figure that out.


"Harold W. Baldwin" wrote:
> I've been trying to compile oleo-1.99.14 and run into some errors.  Your
> help would be appreciated.  Here's the story:
> I did: ./configure --without-motif --without-x  and all the checks came out
> found or yes except for a few no's, which I've listed below.  The creation
> of several Makefiles was also reported.  These are also listed below.
> I then ran make.  After some processing and output, it reported that it was
> entering /src.  Then after some more output, it ended with the following
> lines:
> io-curses.c:37: curses.h  No such file or directory
> io-curses.c:61: term.h    No such file or directory
> make[2]:  *** [io-curses.o] Error1
> make[2]:  leaving directory /~/oleo/oleo-1.99.14/src
> make[1]:  *** [all-recursive] Error1
> make[1]:  Leaving directory /~/oleo/oleo-1.99.14
> make:     *** [all-recursive-am] Error2
> Suggestions about what I should do?
> Some further information:
> (1) I have libncurses.so.5 in /usr/lib.  After some poking around in the
> files, I got the impression that maybe configure was looking in /usr/local,
> but from the output of  configure --help  I couldn't figure out how to try
> telling it to look in /usr/lib.
> (2)  I didn't want to just try  make install  because I didn't want to have
> to try cleaning up the mess that might have been created and I didn't see
> anything about a  make uninstall.  QUESTION:  Is there a  make uninstall  ?
> -- Wes Baldwin
> ############################
> Here's what seems to be the relevant "no" output from  configure  (also some
> that's probably not relevant) and a list of the files created:
> checking whether to enable maintainer-specific portions of Makefiles... no
> checking if malloc debugging is wanted... no
> checking for waddch in -lncurses... no
> checking for addch in -lcurses... no
> checking for tgetent in -ltermlib... no
> checking for tgetent in -ltermcap... no
> checking for ncurses.h... (cached) no
> checking for sys_errlist and sys_nerr... yes
> checking for tputs in -lmytinfo... no
> checking for setlocale in -lxpg4... no
> checking for main in -lm... yes
> checking for X... disabled
> checking for pl_openpl_r in -lplot... no
> checking for sp_begin_plot in -lsciplot... no
> checking for dirent.h that defines DIR... yes
> checking for opendir in -ldir... no
> checking for XltCreateFontChooser... no
> checking for gsl_error in -lgsl... no
> checking for mysql_connect in -lmysqlclient... no
> checking for cupsGetPrinters in -lcups... no
> checking for main in -lxbase... no
> checking for main in -lxdb... no
> checking whether included gettext is requested... no
> creating ./config.status
> creating Makefile
> creating oleobug
> creating doc/Makefile
> creating doc/texi2html
> creating lib/Makefile
> creating src/Makefile
> creating intl/Makefile
> creating m4/Makefile
> creating po/Makefile.in
> creating Xresources/Makefile
> creating examples/Makefile
> creating oleo.spec
> creating afm/Makefile
> creating config.h

Danny Backx (address@hidden address@hidden)
Home page :     http://users.skynet.be/danny.backx
Projects:       LessTif (http://www.lesstif.org)
                Oleo    (http://www.gnu.org/software/oleo/oleo.html)

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