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Re: [Help-gnubatch] External variables not found

From: Reuti
Subject: Re: [Help-gnubatch] External variables not found
Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2009 13:03:55 +0100


thx for your reply. Obviously "flex" wasn't installed, but nothing complained during the configure. I got one step further during make (again nothing during configure): the next missing thing was the "ncurses-development" package and "tack".

Then "pkg-config" and "gtk+-2.0-devel" weren't found - all during the make step.

After installing all these, it seems that I'm getting it compiled. Maybe these prerequisites could be mentioned in the README or INSTALL.

-- Reuti

Am 25.02.2009 um 10:27 schrieb John M Collins:

That's weird it's declared without "extern" in msglex.l and I've not seen it not building like that anywhere else.

Were you using "lex" or "flex"?

On Wed, 2009-02-25 at 01:54 +0100, Reuti wrote:

Hi, I always get a: make[1]: Entering directory `/home/reuti/ gnubatch-1.1/util' gcc -o helpparse helpparse.o msgparse.o msglex.o alloc.o helpparse.o: In function `apphelps': /home/reuti/ gnubatch-1.1/util/helpparse.c:373: undefined reference to `line_count' ...(more)... during make. All declarations of line_count (and some others) have "extern" AFAICS, but nowhere a real declaration. This seems only to be present in msgparse.y, but with bison 2.3 and also 2.4 it seems not to be available to the C program during linking. How to get this working? (SuSE Linux 10.3, gcc 4.2.1, x86) -- Reuti
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