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John W. Eaton
Thu, 23 Apr 1998 01:57:18 -0500 (CDT)
On 21-Apr-1998, Jim Van Zandt <address@hidden> wrote:
| I configured octave-22.214.171.124 with
| ./configure --enable-shared --enable-dl --enable-lite-kernel
| and it built fine on my Debian 2.0 system with these compilers:
| vanzandt-pc:~$ gcc --version
| vanzandt-pc:~$ c++ --version
| egcs-2.90.26 980308 (egcs-1.0.2 prerelease)
| Two anomalies:
| 1) "make check" failed on every test, until I did
| export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=`pwd`/src:`pwd`/liboctave:`pwd`/libcruft
| I think this should be built into the makefiles, since I believe the
| GNU guidelines say that "make check" should work without first
| installing the program.
OK, I fixed this so it should work to run `make check' before `make
install', even when you build a copy of Octave that depends on shared
versions of the Octave libraries.
| 2) "make check" does not check gammai or gammainc. I submitted (to
| octave-source) some additions for test/octave.test/arith for these.
| Could they be added?
I added the tests that you sent earlier today.
- beta test, Jim Van Zandt, 1998/04/21
- beta test,
John W. Eaton <=