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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] 'make check' fails on OS X 10.5 with gnuradio 3.

From: Jakub Moskal
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] 'make check' fails on OS X 10.5 with gnuradio 3.1 release
Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2009 00:15:07 -0500

Hi Michael,

unfortunately I do need omniORB and omniORBpy, so I don't want to
uninstall them... The CPATH is not set. Do you think that temporarily
removing it, compiling gnuradio and installing it back on would do the

Thanks a lot for your help!!

On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 4:38 PM, Michael Dickens <address@hidden> wrote:
> On Feb 10, 2009, at 1:35 PM, Jakub Moskal wrote:
>> I checkout the latest trunk, bootstrap finished without any warnings.
>> The configure finished in the same way as it did for the 3.1 release.
>> However, when trying to compile I get the following error:
>> In file included from ./gr_msg_queue.h:26,
>>                from gr_msg_queue.cc:26:
>> /opt/local/include/omnithread.h:178:2: error: #error "No
>> implementation header file"
> Hi Jakob - It looks like MacPorts has installed omniORB, which includes the
> file omnithread.h, which is placed into the search path for CXX pretty early
> on.  If you don't need this port, try uninstall'ing it (sudo port uninstall
> omniORB).
> I can't explain why the 3.1 release compiled while the trunk does not, under
> the same (presumedly) shell environment and pre-installed libraries /
> headers.
> In your shell, if you do "env | grep CPATH" does it return anything?  At
> least on OSX, this variable is no longer needed because the boost M4 scripts
> (which are used to create "configure") check for headers in
> /opt/local/include by default.  So if this variable does exist, try removing
> it & recompiling ... that may or not work.
> Let me know (on or off list, depending on the complexity of it) of your
> progress. - MLD

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