Problem with gnupg 0.9.7 and FreeBSD 3.2

Claus Assmann ca+gpg at
Mon May 31 10:58:51 CEST 1999

On Sat, May 29, 1999, Klaus-Juergen Wolf wrote:

> it seems to me that I am not able to compile GnuPG 0.9.7 under a
> standard FreeBSD 3.2:
> make  all-recursive
> Making all in intl
> Making all in zlib
> Making all in util
> Making all in mpi
> gcc -E -I../include -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I.. mpih-mul1.S | grep -v '^#' >tmp-mpih-mul1.s
> gcc -g -O2 -Wall -Wcast-align -Wshadow -Wstrict-prototypes  -c tmp-mpih-mul1.s
> tmp-mpih-mul1.s: Assembler messages:
> tmp-mpih-mul1.s:107: Error: Alignment not a power of 2
> tmp-mpih-mul1.s:125: Error: Alignment not a power of 2
> *** Error code 1


does it have:
#define BSD_SYNTAX

instead of
#define ELF_SYNTAX

doesn't deal correctly with
which gets set to (something like):


which doesn't match:

    i[34]86*-*-freebsd*-elf | i[34]86*-*-freebsd[34]*)
       echo '#define ELF_SYNTAX' >>./mpi/asm-syntax.h
       cat  $srcdir/mpi/i386/syntax.h      >>./mpi/asm-syntax.h

don't ask me how to fix that, I don't know enough about
the configure etc. scripts (so I can't tell you whether
is wrong or something else).

I hacked 
on my FreeBSD 3.1 system.

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