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Re: [DotGNU]stupid question

From: Gopal V
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]stupid question
Date: Sun, 22 Sep 2002 10:45:07 +0530
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If memory serves me right, Haran Shivanan wrote:
> I'm working with pnet-0.4.4 here.
> When trying to compile C source code in the /samples directory:
> ../cscc/cscc map.c -L/tmp/pnet-0.4.4/samples/ -lSystem
> It says, it could not find OpenSystem.C

Hm... I could not find map.c anywhere ... It's not in CVS ?
Actually I cannot find any .c files in pnet/samples ... But
that's secondary :-)

> Do I need to build the pnetC sources to get this?

Nope. OpenSystem.C is in pnet/csupport .. This could be compared
to the libgcc library and pnetC to glibc .. That is , you're not
supposed to use OpenSystem.C directly ...

Hack: cd ../csupport/ && make && cp OpenSystem.C.dll ../samples && cd -

> The configure script for pnetC is failing on a compile
> of conftest.c

Try ./configure -host=i686 . This should confuse configure to think that
we're crosscompiling (which we are , IL on an ix86) . 


Just get the CVS HEAD ... :-)

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