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Re: Failed to compile GNUstepWeb application......

From: David Ayers
Subject: Re: Failed to compile GNUstepWeb application......
Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2004 11:17:33 +0200
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nyap hong wrote:

--- David Ayers <> wrote:

David Ayers wrote:

maybe you need to add: -lnsl

But I would be interested in which distro you are


PS: in your reply could you include your config.log
file please?

Hi David,

I can compile the the program after I add -nls into Examples/hello/Makefile.preamble. I manage
to run the program now!!!!!! Thanks for your help.
What is the main problem I have to modify my Examples/hello/Makefile.preamble?
My computer is running Red Hat V8.0. Attached herewith
is my config.log. Hope it will help you. Once again,
thanks for your help.

Nyap Hong


configure:1974: checking for main in -lwrap
configure:2001: gcc -o conftest -g -O2   conftest.c -lwrap   >&5
configure:2004: $? = 0
configure:2007: test -s conftest
configure:2010: $? = 0
configure:2021: result: yes


Thanks for the feed back. It seems our libwrap test is too simple. Matt Rice and I are working on a fix to gsweb's configure machinery to make this more robust. Once we have checked it in, I'd be grateful if you could revert the change to the example's makefile, update gsweb and reinstall so that you won't have to add the test to to each project's makefile but that it will be part of the gsweb.make makefile fragment.


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