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Re: [bug-gsrc] Failure to compile lsh

From: Jean Louis
Subject: Re: [bug-gsrc] Failure to compile lsh
Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2016 11:12:56 +0100


Thank you, this is working.

Now when it comes to make in doc directory:

/usr/bin/groff -ms -Tutf8 srp-spec.nroff | perl ./fixff.pl >srp-spec.txtT
troff: fatal error: can't find macro file s
test -s srp-spec.txtT && mv -f srp-spec.txtT srp-spec.txt
Makefile:71: recipe for target 'srp-spec.txt' failed
make: *** [srp-spec.txt] Error 1


On Mon, Mar 21, 2016 at 09:29:24AM +0000, Brandon Invergo wrote:
> On Sun, 2016-03-20 at 23:36 -0700, carl hansen wrote:
> > "./configure 
> > --with-lib-path=/home/data1/protected/gnu/lib,/home/data1/protected/gnu/include"
> > looks wrong, you have a comma separating the "lib" part from "include" part.
> > First, you can't use comma here, second, the include is include in a 
> > different variable name
> > (I don't have it in front of me... so I don't try to guess the correct 
> > variable name...)
> It's weird to me that Nils included the --with-include-path and
> --with-lib-path options.  Normally, you would use the LDFLAGS and
> CPPFLAGS environment variables:
> LDFLAGS="-L/home/data1/protected/gnu/lib" 
> CPPFLAGS="-I/home/data1/protected/gnu/include" ./configure
> (these are definitely supported by this configure script)
> However, if you want to try with those other options, you should use
> both of them (you currently provide the headers directory to the
> --with-lib-path option:
> ./configure --with-lib-path=/home/data1/protected/gnu/lib 
> --with-include-path=/home/data1/protected/gnu/include
> But I think you should actually supplement those with your system paths
> ./configure --with-lib-path=/home/data1/protected/gnu/lib,/usr/lib 
> --with-include-path=/home/data1/protected/gnu/include,/usr/include
> -brandon

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