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Re: Minor patch: Missing mkstemp declaration in groff 1.17.2 (now missin

From: Werner LEMBERG
Subject: Re: Minor patch: Missing mkstemp declaration in groff 1.17.2 (now missing declaration for va_list and issues make vs. gmake)
Date: Thu, 21 Feb 2002 16:23:30 +0100 (CET)

> 1) Modify lib.h to also "#include <stdarg.h>" after line 56:
>       #ifndef HAVE_SNPRINTF
>       #include <stdarg.h>

Added, thanks.

> ** NOTE (thoughts on the problem but no fix): make ends up using gcc
> to compile instead of g++, I suspect this is just an incompatibility
> somewhere in the makefile for moving the file to pic.cc, but a simple
> workaround for this problem is to use something like:
>       make CC=g++ or use gmake

It seems that an internal make rule is taking precedence over the
`.y.cc' rule in Makefile.comm -- does Sun's make program has an
option to deactivate the built-in rules?  groff's makefiles should be

Since I never got such a report please tell me which version of Sun
make you are using.

> However, later on things again seem to break without gmake so maybe
> it's not worth going on any more about problems using Sun's make?

It should work with Sun's make also.


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