Guenther, Kurt - NASHCCON
Fri, 4 Jul 2003 16:24:48 -0400

Sorry for the obvious question.  

I'm now getting a compile error.  I'm on RedHat 8, gcc 3.2, etc. 

It's complains:  

../src/gcrypt.h:27:23: gpg-error.h: No such file or directory.

Further down it complains about 'gpg_error_t' which is probably the same

I did a find throughout libgcrypt and gnugp and didn't find the header. 


-----Original Message-----
From: Moritz Schulte []
Sent: Friday, July 04, 2003 3:16 PM
To: Guenther, Kurt - NASHCCON
Cc: Gcrypt-Devel (E-mail)
Subject: Re: CVS?

"Guenther, Kurt - NASHCCON" <> writes:

> Okay, I have it.  How do I get going?

Have a look at the README, it says:


    If you are using the CVS version, make sure that you have the
    latest automake (I am using Debian Sid) and run ./ to
    create configure.  You also need to enable maintainer mode at
    configure time with the `--enable-maintainer-mode' switch; without
    this switch, the documentation can not be build, since the file
    `version.texi', which is needed for building the documentation,
    will only be generated, if maintainer mode is enabled.

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