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Re: Current CVS problem


From: Sungjin Chun
Subject: Re: Current CVS problem
Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 01:44:40 +0900

I just configure from top level and it causes me failed.
But why does this not work any more? In previous source
I can do this whtout problems. And I have no libobjc (standard)
and only have libobjc for GNUstep. I mean, I have only dynamic
version of libobjc and not have static standard gcc libobjc.

You said I should install separate package, make, base,
gui and xpgs, OK I'll try this.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Nicola Pero" <address@hidden>
To: "Sungjin Chun" <address@hidden>
Cc: <address@hidden>
Sent: Tuesday, January 30, 2001 8:37 PM
Subject: Re: Current CVS problem


>
> > Current CVS has problem; It defines FAKE_MAIN
> > because it cannot compile objc runtime test program
> > which is caused by NXConstString class. And when
> > compiling gui/Tools it does not link xml and ssl library
> > and so, FAILs to compile.
>
> I can't reproduce it -
>
> - can you please make sure you *remove* totally any previously installed
> gnustep stuff and start again from total scratch.  It is also advised to
> run `make distclean' in all your gnustep sources before running configure.
>
> - can you please make sure you compile *each* package separately - you
> need to:
>
>  (1) optional/recommended: install libobjc from RPM as the first step, or
>      install it by hand with the following procedure:
>
>   - configure/compile/install gnustep-make {will configure itself using
>     the standard libobjc on your system}
>
>   - compile/install libobjc (sources from ftp.gnustep.org)
>
>   - then make distclean in gnustep-make because you need to
>     reconfigure/compile/install it again {so it configures itself to use
>     the libobjc you just installed}
>
>   (2) configure/compile/install gnustep-make
>
>   (3) configure/compile/install gnustep-base
>
>   (4) configure/compile/install gnustep-gui
>
>   (5) configure/compile/install gnustep-xgps
>
>  (in that order and you need to install each package before you can
> configure/compile the next one).
>
> Configuring/compiling from the top level does not work any longer.  We'll
> update the doc soon.
>
>




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