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Re: Building JIGS

From: Richard Frith-Macdonald
Subject: Re: Building JIGS
Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2004 19:07:48 +0100

On 28 Apr 2004, at 18:27, Nicola Pero wrote:

I downloaded JIGS from the GNUstep CVS and when I tried to build it I
got  compile errors 'objc/hash.h' and in a number of other perfectly
fine, working headers like 'libio.h'. Most of those errors have to do
with the non-declaration of the type 'size_t'. Does anybody have an
idea on why that is? I think it might be something related to the
compilation conditionals in 'stddef.h', but I'm not really sure.

Interesting - could you provide us with more details ?

Main questions would be - is the problem generally with compiling ObjC
code, or is it specific to JIGS ?  That is, can you compile ObjC code
outside of JIGS ?

Which machine/os/platform are you working on ?


        Yes, I can compile ObjcC code. I have built and installed GNUstep
core and some extra GNUstep libraries and applications and everything
seems fine with them, so I'm guessing the problem is specific to JIGS.

Maybe it's something to do with the Java headers then ?

Which version of Java are you using ?  I'm afraid at the moment it has
only been tested / is only known to be working with Sun's Java. :-(

If this is a recent MacOS-X ....

IIRC on MacOS-X the headers for java on a standard installation are missing from the framework or something and you need to download the java developers package from apples website. Sorry I can't remember where exactly ... a web search will probably help.

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