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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Compile latest version under Windows

From: Holger
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Compile latest version under Windows
Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2002 18:07:20 +0100

At 17:21 27.11.2002 +0100, Jim Segrave wrote:
>On Wed 27 Nov 2002 (16:05 +0100), Holger wrote:
>> It gives some circular dependencies and undefined references.
>> Hope you can help me.
>The circular dependencies aren't really a problem. They are a result

Ok, then I'll sleep better. ;-)

>of a vastly different Makefile style. I think it's assuming every .o

This Makefile I understand at least. The regular one is much too
complicated for me.

>file in OBJS is dependant on every C and h file in SOURCE, which will
>include br1.c. But br1.c is dependant on makebearoff, which is built
>with files like eval.o and osr.o. Since make assumes that eval.o is
>dependant on br1.c and br1.c is dependant on a file built from eval.o,
>it issues a warning. But it looks like it's doing the right thing.

Yes, by now I was able to complete the build.

>Other issues - there are some more files to add to SOURCE and OBJS:
>That should get your make to complete.

Yes, it does. Thank you.

>The various warnings I'm looking at - none are fatal, all could do
>with cleaning up. The puzzling one is:
>getopt.c:647: warning: implicit declaration of function `strncmp'
>  Do you know what .h file you have under Windows which defines strncmp?
>  Under unix, it's string.h

Also in string.h:
int     strncmp (const char*, const char*, size_t); 



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