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Re: unconditional inclusion of argz.h; missing declared functions in arg
Juan Manuel Guerrero
Re: unconditional inclusion of argz.h; missing declared functions in argz.h
Mon, 25 Feb 2008 02:13:38 +0100
Am Montag, 25. Februar 2008 01:00 schrieben Sie:
> No it does not really work. As can be seen, now the configure
> script checks for argz.h and declared functions and detects that
> they are not available but it has no concequences.
> Well, apparently there is a difference: it is finding <argz.h> now since
> it didn't complain about that -- argz.h was presumably generated under
> the gnulib/ subdir since it wasn't on the system.
> Unfortunately I do not know why the gnulib/lib/argz.c file which defines
> all those symbols did not also get compiled, thus making the link fail.
> Can you (or anyone) try to debug that?
I am working on this, but I cannot estimate how long this may take and I do not
want that this isue becomes a show stopper.
> Then apparently there is an independent problem of asprintf being
> missing. I'll rewrite the code to avoid using that.
Juan M. Guerrero