Building 1.2.2 on HP/UX 11.11
Mon May 5 21:47:02 2003
The inline problem never reared its head on HP. After fixing the #define in config.h for the gettimeofday, everything compiled and checked out fine.
Tru64 on the other hand... I gave up on DEC's compiler and switch to gcc 3.2.2. Life is good again. I think I'm going to lobby my Congressman to pass a law mandating GCC from now on. I think buggy compilers should carry a minimum penalty of dismemberment.
On Monday, May 05, 2003, at 11:42AM, David Shaw <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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>On Mon, May 05, 2003 at 10:18:04AM -0600, Joseph Bruni wrote:
>> Never a dull moment with HP/UX... For some reason, autoconf did not
>> correctly locate gettimeofday and flagged it as nonexistant. The
>> build failed, but by modifying config.h to set the HAVE_GETTIMEOFDAY
>> to 1, GPG built just fine with no other issues.
>Strange. That sounds like something in autoconf. What does your
>config.log show for the gettimeofday check?
>Is the old inline problem at least working all right?
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