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Old 10-21-2003, 11:47 PM   #1
lord_clarence
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xmule probs


Well, I tried to install xmule and I got these crazy errors, and was wondering if any of you might know whats going on and how to resolve it:



Code:
fi
In file included from ServerList.h:24,
                 from ServerListCtrl.h:4,
                 from sockets.h:27,
                 from xmuleDlg.h:24,
                 from xmule.h:30,
                 from AddFriend.cpp:23:
Preferences.h: In member function `CString CPreferences::GetIRCNick()':
Preferences.h:469: no matching function for call to `CString::CString(char[30])
   '
mfc.h:346: candidates are: CString::CString(const CString&)
mfc.h:331:                 CString::CString(const wxChar*)
mfc.h:329:                 CString::CString(wxChar*)
mfc.h:327:                 CString::CString()
Preferences.h: In member function `CString CPreferences::GetIRCServer()':
Preferences.h:471: no matching function for call to `CString::CString(char[50])
   '
mfc.h:346: candidates are: CString::CString(const CString&)
mfc.h:331:                 CString::CString(const wxChar*)
mfc.h:329:                 CString::CString(wxChar*)
mfc.h:327:                 CString::CString()
Preferences.h: In member function `CString
   CPreferences::GetIRCChanNameFilter()':
Preferences.h:475: no matching function for call to `CString::CString(char[50])
   '
mfc.h:346: candidates are: CString::CString(const CString&)
mfc.h:331:                 CString::CString(const wxChar*)
mfc.h:329:                 CString::CString(wxChar*)
mfc.h:327:                 CString::CString()
Preferences.h: In member function `CString
   CPreferences::GetIrcPerformString()':
Preferences.h:481: no matching function for call to `CString::CString(char[255]
   )'
mfc.h:346: candidates are: CString::CString(const CString&)
mfc.h:331:                 CString::CString(const wxChar*)
mfc.h:329:                 CString::CString(wxChar*)
mfc.h:327:                 CString::CString()
Preferences.h: In member function `CString CPreferences::GetVideoPlayer()':
Preferences.h:520: conversion from `const char*' to non-scalar type `CString'
   requested
Preferences.h:520: no matching function for call to `CString::CString(char[256]
   )'
mfc.h:346: candidates are: CString::CString(const CString&)
mfc.h:331:                 CString::CString(const wxChar*)
mfc.h:329:                 CString::CString(wxChar*)
mfc.h:327:                 CString::CString()
Preferences.h: In member function `CString CPreferences::GetMessageFilter()':
Preferences.h:558: no matching function for call to `CString::CString(char[512]
   )'

mfc.h:346: candidates are: CString::CString(const CString&)
mfc.h:331:                 CString::CString(const wxChar*)
mfc.h:329:                 CString::CString(wxChar*)
mfc.h:327:                 CString::CString()
Preferences.h: In member function `CString CPreferences::GetCommentFilter()':
Preferences.h:559: no matching function for call to `CString::CString(char[512]
   )'
mfc.h:346: candidates are: CString::CString(const CString&)
mfc.h:331:                 CString::CString(const wxChar*)
mfc.h:329:                 CString::CString(wxChar*)
mfc.h:327:                 CString::CString()
Preferences.h: In member function `CString CPreferences::GetDateTimeFormat()':
Preferences.h:564: no matching function for call to `CString::CString(char[32])
   '
mfc.h:346: candidates are: CString::CString(const CString&)
mfc.h:331:                 CString::CString(const wxChar*)
mfc.h:329:                 CString::CString(wxChar*)
mfc.h:327:                 CString::CString()
Preferences.h: In member function `CString CPreferences::GetWSPass()':
Preferences.h:588: no matching function for call to `CString::CString(char[256]
   )'
mfc.h:346: candidates are: CString::CString(const CString&)
mfc.h:331:                 CString::CString(const wxChar*)
mfc.h:329:                 CString::CString(wxChar*)
mfc.h:327:                 CString::CString()
Preferences.h: In member function `CString CPreferences::GetWSLowPass()':
Preferences.h:598: no matching function for call to `CString::CString(char[256]
   )'
mfc.h:346: candidates are: CString::CString(const CString&)
mfc.h:331:                 CString::CString(const wxChar*)
mfc.h:329:                 CString::CString(wxChar*)
mfc.h:327:                 CString::CString()
Preferences.h: In member function `CString CPreferences::GetTemplate()':
Preferences.h:610: no matching function for call to `CString::CString(
   char[2048])'
mfc.h:346: candidates are: CString::CString(const CString&)
mfc.h:331:                 CString::CString(const wxChar*)
mfc.h:329:                 CString::CString(wxChar*)
mfc.h:327:                 CString::CString()
In file included from PreferencesDlg.h:10,
                 from xmuleDlg.h:31,
                 from xmule.h:30,
PPgNotify.h: At global scope:
PPgNotify.h:43: invalid type `const char[1]' for default argument to `wxString'
In file included from PartFile.h:25,
                 from SharedFileList.h:32,
                 from SharedFilesCtrl.h:22,
                 from SharedFilesWnd.h:22,
                 from xmuleDlg.h:32,
                 from xmule.h:30,
                 from AddFriend.cpp:23:
ED2KLink.h: In member function `const char* CED2KFileLink::GetName() const':
ED2KLink.h:74: cannot convert `const wxString' to `const char*' in return
ED2KLink.h: In member function `long int CED2KFileLink::GetSize() const':
ED2KLink.h:75: cannot convert `const wxString' to `const char*' for argument `1
   ' to `long int atol(const char*)'
ED2KLink.h: In member function `const char* CED2KServerListLink::GetAddress()
   const':
ED2KLink.h:98: cannot convert `const wxString' to `const char*' in return
In file included from StatisticsDlg.h:23,
                 from xmuleDlg.h:37,
                 from xmule.h:30,
                 from AddFriend.cpp:23:
OScopeCtrl.h: At global scope:
OScopeCtrl.h:32: invalid type `const char[1]' for default argument to `CString'
OScopeCtrl.h:32: invalid type `const char[1]' for default argument to `CString'
OScopeCtrl.h:31: invalid type `const char[1]' for default argument to `CString'
OScopeCtrl.h:31: invalid type `const char[1]' for default argument to `CString'
In file included from UploadQueue.h:23,
                 from xmule.h:38,
                 from AddFriend.cpp:23:
updownclient.h: In member function `void CUpDownClient::SetFileComment(char*)':
updownclient.h:236: no matching function for call to `CString::Format(const
   char[3], char*&)'
mfc.h:336: candidates are: void CString::Format(const wxChar*, ...)
AddFriend.cpp: In member function `void CAddFriend::OnAddBtn(wxEvent&)':
AddFriend.cpp:113: no matching function for call to `CString::Format(const
   char[3], const wxChar*)'
mfc.h:336: candidates are: void CString::Format(const wxChar*, ...)
AddFriend.cpp:117: no matching function for call to `CString::Format(const
   char[3], const wxChar*)'
mfc.h:336: candidates are: void CString::Format(const wxChar*, ...)
AddFriend.cpp:128: cannot convert `const wxChar*' to `const char*' for argument
   `1' to `int atoi(const char*)'
AddFriend.cpp:128: cannot convert `const wxChar*' to `const char*' for argument
   `1' to `int atoi(const char*)'
AddFriend.cpp:155: cannot convert `const wxChar*' to `const char*' for argument
   `1' to `int sscanf(const char*, const char*, ...)'
make[3]: *** [AddFriend.o] Error 1
make[3]: Leaving directory `/home/clint/Downloads/xmule-1.6.1/src'
make[2]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/clint/Downloads/xmule-1.6.1/src'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/clint/Downloads/xmule-1.6.1'
] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/clint/Downloads/xmule-1.6.1'
make: *** [all] Error 2

sorry about the massive post, but I wanted to make sure you guys got any information that might be relevant to my solution. thanks for any help.
 
Old 10-22-2003, 01:44 AM   #2
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Looks like a problem with wxGTK but I might be dead wrong.Found that warning in a gentoo ebuild:

"This package doesn't work with wxGTK"
"compiled with gtk2 and unicode in USE"
"Please re-compile wxGTK with -unicode"

Translation:
If wxGTK was compiled against gtk2 with unicode it wont build.

You could try mldonkey or the official overnet client (works best for me) if you can't get it to compile.Didn't see much of a difference in performance between mldonkey and xmule.

Last edited by crashmeister; 10-22-2003 at 01:50 AM.
 
Old 10-22-2003, 07:33 AM   #3
lord_clarence
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thaks crash, I think thats what I'll do. (use mldonkey that is)
 
Old 06-29-2011, 02:57 AM   #4
jackandjill
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Unhappy Hello Linux guru's

Hi,

Would anyone please help me out from this bug.I've faced while compiling the x mule-1.13.7 source code.


==== Building Precompiled Headers ====
src/xmule-headers.h.gch
In file included from src/AddFileThread.h:22,
from src/xmule-headers.h:25:
src/mfc.h: In member function ‘TYPE& CList<TYPE, ARG_TYPE>::GetHead()’:
src/mfc.h:75: error: there are no arguments to ‘exit’ that depend on a template parameter, so a declaration of ‘exit’ must be available
src/mfc.h:75: note: (if you use ‘-fpermissive’, G++ will accept your code, but allowing the use of an undeclared name is deprecated)
src/mfc.h: In member function ‘TYPE& CList<TYPE, ARG_TYPE>::GetTail()’:
src/mfc.h:98: error: there are no arguments to ‘exit’ that depend on a template parameter, so a declaration of ‘exit’ must be available
src/mfc.h: In member function ‘TYPE& CList<TYPE, ARG_TYPE>::GetNext(void*&)’:
src/mfc.h:221: error: there are no arguments to ‘exit’ that depend on a template parameter, so a declaration of ‘exit’ must be available
src/mfc.h: In member function ‘TYPE& CList<TYPE, ARG_TYPE>::GetPrev(void*&)’:
src/mfc.h:252: error: there are no arguments to ‘exit’ that depend on a template parameter, so a declaration of ‘exit’ must be available
src/mfc.h: In member function ‘TYPE& CList<TYPE, ARG_TYPE>::GetAt(void*)’:
src/mfc.h:280: error: there are no arguments to ‘exit’ that depend on a template parameter, so a declaration of ‘exit’ must be available
In file included from src/xmule-headers.h:81:
src/Preferences.h: In member function ‘char* CPreferences::GetVideoPlayer()’:
src/Preferences.h:222: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to ‘char*’
make[1]: *** [src/xmule-headers.h.gch] Error 1
make: *** [all] Error 2
 
Old 06-29-2011, 03:58 AM   #5
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jackandjill

resurrecting a 7 year old thread from the dead -- not such a good idea .

second
why not use the version that is in the Ubuntu repos
use the "add and remove programs"
should be there ?? maybe???

that "maybe" is the fact that the police run 90% of the *mule/donkey servers
so do not dl anything that is illegal in your country ( like anything that might be underage -- you WILL go to jail)

Last edited by John VV; 06-29-2011 at 03:59 AM.
 
Old 07-04-2011, 10:41 AM   #6
jackandjill
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Thanks for the concern.

John is there any solution for this problem..Actually we don't have the repos for this application in the ubuntu.we need to compile from source code..


Thanks in advance.
 
Old 07-04-2011, 11:43 AM   #7
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build using gcc 3.4 or maybe 4.1

the current version of gcc 4.5 and 4.6 are VERY strict

is the linux build Amule in the repo ?
and remember beware of the police they run most of the d2k network and most of kad network

Last edited by John VV; 07-04-2011 at 11:45 AM.
 
Old 07-05-2011, 12:18 AM   #8
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Hi john

Yes amule is in the repo of the ubuntu.It's running fine, but coming to xmule it's not.The gcc using is version 4.4.

I've a small question why do police catch???For using this xmule application.i can't understand.


Thanks in advance.
 
Old 07-05-2011, 01:11 AM   #9
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they are running the honeypots
"BEE" careful
 
  


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