gpgme test fail (more info)
marcus.brinkmann at ruhr-uni-bochum.de
Mon Jun 27 00:18:37 CEST 2005
At Sun, 26 Jun 2005 11:54:19 -0400,
Ryan P Bobko <ryan at ostrich-emulators.com> wrote:
> I really appreciate all the help, but I think we might be missing the point of
> my original email.
You are right, sorry. At some point I shifted and started to think
that we are talking about one of your own programs using GPGME! My bad.
> At least I know I am! On my slackware and FC2 systems,
> compiling the GPGME libraries straight from the tarball created the libraries
> and a couple test programs. This happens when I take all the defaults for
> compiling and don't change anything. Compiles fine. Tests fail. I
> assume--since I haven't modified anything--that these test programs are
> compiled in the same file size mode as the library.
Please send me the config.log files, so I have some more information
about how the autoconf tests do on those systems.
> At this point, I'm perfectly happy with the library, and it does what I want
> it to do. But it took me a long time to get there.
It's not supposed to be that rocky, but we can only test on a few
systems, so it's possible that you had some bad luck. I am definitely
interested in fixing GPGME so that the tests compile and run out of
So, to get back on the track from that I slipped off, let me summarize:
To compile and run the tests successfully, you had to add the file
offset bits symbol to the Makefile of GPGME, right?
To proceed, I need at the very least the config.log file from that
compilation, to see how the tests work out. If you could provide
that, I hope that will shed some light on this issue.
Thanks for the patience!
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