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Re: [Bug-gnubg] gnubg 0.14.2 compiled successfully under HP-UX 11.0

From: Joern Thyssen
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] gnubg 0.14.2 compiled successfully under HP-UX 11.0
Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2004 18:55:52 +0000
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On Mon, Mar 29, 2004 at 03:32:47AM -0500, Mike Whitton wrote
>  - tried regenerating the sgfl.c file and had the same outcome.
>  - "/usr/include/sys/signal.h:207: parse error before `1'"
>       + this was the error message produced during compilation of sgfl.c
>          prior to adjusting it.

Can you give me the entire compilation output for sgfl.c, please?

This might be a problem that's out of my hands, i.e., it's a bug in
HP-UXs header files or in flex for HP-UX.

>  - <stropts.h> is required for the ioctl command I_SETSIG
>       + this is found on line 609 of 'sound.c'

OK. Fixed.

>  - ac_cv_func_mmap_fixed_mapped is set to no
>       + HP-UX 11.0 does support mmap()

Apparently not according to autoconf. A google search on hp-ux 11 mmap
reevals that people generally think that mmap is broken on
>       + the static bearoff database setting causes problems for HP-UX
>       + causes linking problems (unsatisfied symbols) during makehyper


>            compilation.  looking for BearoffInitBuiltin() in eval.o
>       + br1.c is only about 8kb when generated
>       + all problems resolved when bearoff type switched to 'external'

Yes, I found this one as well. I've fixed the target for br1.c.

>  - the 'Manual example test' never runs successfully.
>       + the 'gnubgtest' script runs and fails at this point.
>       + it seems that the specific scenario needs to be setup manually.
>       + in 'gnubgtest' the dice rolls seem to still be random.
>       + using 'set rng manual' before starting a new game i was able to
>            achieve the desired results.

I don't know why it doesn't work. However, it's not that important.


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