Christoph Moench-Tegeder
Sat May 3 17:31:32 2003

## Joseph Bruni (

> 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.

Uhm... "Our" gcc has been bootstrapped by a colleague. It is not
a version supplied by HP.

> 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.

I built gnupg on PA-RISC 1.1 (a model 735). The binaries are distributed
via NFS and do work fine on our 785s, too.

There's also a 715, still running HP-UX 9...


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