Joseph Bruni
Sat May 3 16:13:02 2003

I guess I need to clarify a bit. If you use the GCC as supplied by the 
HPUX Porting and Archive Center (version 3.2) you will have a 
"sys/types.h" that is broken. However, if you use the GCC 3.2 supplied 
from the HP dev center, the sys/types.h has the rest of the symbols 
defined. If you use the HP ANSI C compiler, but make the one change to 
./intl/gettextP.h to work around the broken "inline" keyword, you will 
get GPG 1.2.1 to work on HP/UX 11.11. The problem that Pedro described 
was due to the broken sys/types.h supplied with that particular 
implementation of GCC. When you say you have GPG working HP/UX 11 are 
you referring to 11.0 or 11.11 for PA-RISC or 11.20 for IPF? HP/UX is a 
very fragmented platform these days.

On Saturday, May 3, 2003, at 12:09  AM, Christoph Moench-Tegeder wrote:

> ## Joseph Bruni (
>> I have encountered the same thing that you have. The problem is that
>> you are trying to use GCC.
> That should not be  a problem. I build gnupg 1.2.1 on HP-UX 10 and 11
> using gcc:
> Compiler: gcc 2.95.2
>  Environment:
>   CFLAGS='-O3 -fomit-frame-pointer'
>   CXXFLAGS='-O3 -fomit-frame-pointer'
> I'm not sure if your gcc is broken in some way, perhaps our 
> installation
> has been tweaked a little.
> Regards,
> Christoph
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