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Old 03-09-2003, 09:52 PM   #1
bvc
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wvstreams & openssl


I followed the blfs docs instructions and have the same versions;
wvstreams-3.70
openssl-0.9.6g
and ran ldconfig -v but get this when I try to install wvstreams
Quote:
make PREFIX=/usr &&
> make PREFIX=/usr install
.
.
--> Making all in /LFS/blfs/wvstreams-3.70/src/streams...
Using my own device locking functions in wvlockfile.
g++ $_R_CXXFLAGS -c wvstream.cc
In file included from wvstream.h:10,
from wvstream.cc:11:
../utils/wvcallback.h:104: warning: `typename WvCallback0<RET>::Fake' is
implicitly a typename
../utils/wvcallback.h:104: warning: implicit typename is deprecated, please see
the documentation for details
../utils/wvcallback.h:106: warning: `typename WvCallback0_bound<RET, T>::Fake'
is implicitly a typename
../utils/wvcallback.h:106: warning: implicit typename is deprecated, please see
the documentation for details
../utils/wvcallback.h:106: warning: `typename WvCallback0_bound<RET, T>::Func'
is implicitly a typename
../utils/wvcallback.h:106: warning: implicit typename is deprecated, please see
the documentation for details
.
.
.
In file included from cfgentry.cc:10:
wvconf.h:66: warning: `typename WvConfCallback_bound<T>::BoundFunc' is
implicitly a typename
wvconf.h:66: warning: implicit typename is deprecated, please see the
documentation for details
rm -f configfile.libs
echo wvconf.o cfgsection.o cfgentry.o ../streams/streams.libs >configfile.libs

--> Making all in /LFS/blfs/wvstreams-3.70/src/ipstreams...
g++ $_R_CXXFLAGS -c wvaddr.cc
wvaddr.cc:641: prototype for `WvIPPortAddr::WvIPPortAddr(unsigned char*, short
unsigned int)' does not match any in class `WvIPPortAddr'
wvaddr.h:365: candidates are: WvIPPortAddr::WvIPPortAddr(const WvIPPortAddr&)
wvaddr.h:382: WvIPPortAddr::WvIPPortAddr(sockaddr_in*)
wvaddr.h:380: WvIPPortAddr::WvIPPortAddr(const char*, short
unsigned int)
wvaddr.h:379: WvIPPortAddr::WvIPPortAddr(short unsigned int)
wvaddr.h:376: WvIPPortAddr::WvIPPortAddr(const WvString&)
wvaddr.h:374: WvIPPortAddr::WvIPPortAddr(const char*)
wvaddr.h:373: WvIPPortAddr::WvIPPortAddr(const WvIPAddr&, short
unsigned int = 0)
wvaddr.h:372: WvIPPortAddr::WvIPPortAddr(const unsigned char*,
short unsigned int = 0)
wvaddr.cc:634: WvIPPortAddr::WvIPPortAddr()
make[2]: *** [wvaddr.o] Error 1
make[1]: *** [ipstreams] Error 2
make: *** [src] Error 2
I've also tried openssl-0.9.7.
Any help appreciated
 
Old 03-13-2003, 09:46 AM   #2
bvc
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According to the wvstreams mail archive @ http://open.nit.ca/ gcc-2.95 must be used to successfully compile wvstreams. Is this what everyone is doing?
http://open.nit.ca/lists/archives/wv...v/threads.html

When having multiple gcc's, is it better to have version libs installed to the same dir, or installed to diff dir's?

Thanks!
 
Old 03-13-2003, 11:13 AM   #3
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Can't help you with the Version libs question (try the BLFS Mailing list - sorry!).

As far as the wvstreams output is concerned is does appear to be some library mis-spelled, or not compatible with gcc-3.2 (which I assume you were using?). However, you may find patches for it to compile with 3.2 or as I think you are trying use an earlier version of gcc (best of luck with that! ).

The BLFS mailing list should help though - try searching the previous posts there as I'm sure someone else would have come across your problem.
 
Old 03-24-2003, 03:10 AM   #4
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try this patch, it worked for me.
here is what i had installed
gcc-3.2.2
openssl-0.9.7a.tar.gz
then I patched wvstreams-3.70, it still put out a bunch of garbage while it was building but it worked.
http://linuxfromscratch.org/~billyoc...cc-3.2.1.patch

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