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I'm having trouble compiling that plugin for gkrellm earth_anim.
This is the error I'm getting when I run make:
(it's in Dutch but maybe you can see what I'm doing wrong here. thanks
earth_anim.c:170: parse-fout before '*' token
earth_anim.c:172: warning: return type defaults to `int'
earth_anim.c: In function `init_plugin':
earth_anim.c:173: warning: impliciete declaratie van functie `gkrellm_add_meter_style'
make: *** [earth_anim.o] Fout 1
Nice mix of english and dutch error messages, makes it only more confusing if you ask me.
Anyways I would have to see the code to see what it's reporting about line 170. But an implicit declaration means it hasn't defined the function before it's being used. Usually this means it's not finding the right include file. You should find out where the function gkrellm_add_meter_style is defined and make sure it's able to include that file.