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Old 07-01-2002, 04:08 PM   #1
natto34
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jade install on a lfs system


I'm trying to install jade b/ on the make command I receive this error message-->

In file included from ../include/CharsetInfo.h:11,
from CharsetInfo.cxx:8:
../include/Vector.h: In instantiation of `Vector<RangeMapRange<unsigned int,unsigned int> >':
../include/RangeMap.h:27: instantiated from `RangeMap<unsigned int,unsigned int>'
../include/UnivCharsetDesc.h:73: instantiated from here
../include/Vector.h:50: `Vector<RangeMapRange<unsigned int,unsigned int> >:perator [](unsigned int)' has already been declared in `Vector<RangeMapRange<unsigned int,unsigned int> >'
../include/Vector.h:52: `Vector<RangeMapRange<unsigned int,unsigned int> >::begin()' has already been declared in `Vector<RangeMapRange<unsigned int,unsigned int> >'
../include/Vector.h:54: `Vector<RangeMapRange<unsigned int,unsigned int> >::back()' has already been declared in `Vector<RangeMapRange<unsigned int,unsigned int> >'
../include/Vector.h: In instantiation of `Vector<ISetRange<unsigned int> >':
../include/ISet.h:25: instantiated from `ISet<unsigned int>'
CharsetInfo.cxx:89: instantiated from here
../include/Vector.h:50: `Vector<ISetRange<unsigned int> >:perator [](unsigned int)' has already been declared in `Vector<ISetRange<unsigned int> >'
../include/Vector.h:52: `Vector<ISetRange<unsigned int> >::begin()' has already been declared in `Vector<ISetRange<unsigned int> >'
../include/Vector.h:54: `Vector<ISetRange<unsigned int> >::back()' has already been declared in `Vector<ISetRange<unsigned int> >'
../include/Vector.h: In instantiation of `Vector<ISetRange<short unsigned int> >':
../include/ISet.h:25: instantiated from `ISet<short unsigned int>'
CharsetInfo.cxx:105: instantiated from here
../include/Vector.h:50: `Vector<ISetRange<short unsigned int> >:perator [](unsigned int)' has already been declared in `Vector<ISetRange<short unsigned int> >'
../include/Vector.h:52: `Vector<ISetRange<short unsigned int> >::begin()' has already been declared in `Vector<ISetRange<short unsigned int> >'
../include/Vector.h:54: `Vector<ISetRange<short unsigned int> >::back()' has already been declared in `Vector<ISetRange<short unsigned int> >'
../include/StringOf.h: In instantiation of `String<short unsigned int>':
CharsetInfo.cxx:129: instantiated from here
../include/StringOf.h:38: `String<short unsigned int>:perator [](unsigned int)' has already been declared in `String<short unsigned int>'
../include/StringOf.h:40: `String<short unsigned int>::begin()' has already been declared in `String<short unsigned int>'
make[2]: *** [CharsetInfo.lo] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/jade-1.2.1/lib'
make[1]: *** [lib] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/jade-1.2.1'
make: *** [all] Error 2

If you have any idea how to fix this problem, please respond.
 
  


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