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Old 06-07-2004, 04:01 PM   #1
Akuma no Houkon
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Cross Compiling FOX GUI Toolkit

I downloaded and compiled mingw32 so I can cross compile FOX Gui Toolkit (and my apps that use it) for W32.

Yet when trying to configure fox gui toolkit with the cross-configure script I get the following error:

configure: error: *** POSIX thread support not available ***

It doesnt find pthreads.h in the cross-tools include path (because its not there). The compiler didnt come with, or include any such file.

I search the fox website, but as always the site lacks good documentation.

Is this a problem with the cross compiler? Which I got from here:

Is there a better cross compiler (or walkthrough to compile a better one) or a way to fix this issue?

Note that I have pthreads.h in my standard /usr/local/include/ directory but I assume thats just the 'linux' version of the header and probably wont work with the cross compiler...

Any light on this would be helpfull.


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