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Re: [help-GIFT] Installing GIFT on Mac OS 10.4.7 - issues, and some fixe

From: Thomas Deselaers
Subject: Re: [help-GIFT] Installing GIFT on Mac OS 10.4.7 - issues, and some fixes
Date: Fri, 07 Jul 2006 12:57:40 -0000
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I have provided a patch to Wolfgang some time ago which I used to
compile the last release.

Unfortunately, I don't find this email anymore, but probably Wolfgang
still has it. Anyway, it was not a big thing. But I don't manage to
compile the corrent pre-release version at all, because I am unable to
produce a working configure script.


On Fri, Jul 07, 2006 at 01:03:11PM +0100, David Squire wrote:
> Issues:
> - ./configure succeeded, but makes fails because expat.h can't be found. 
> I have installed expat using DarwinPorts, so it is found in 
> /opt/local/include/. I added this to DEFAULT_INCLUDES in Makefiles in 
> libMRML/cc/, libGIFTAcURL2FTS/cc/, and libGIFTAcHierarchy/cc/, 
> GIFTServer, . This fixed the problem. Should ./configure be checking for 
> expat.h?
> - Mac OS X does not have malloc.h. malloc() is defined in stdlib.h. I 
> removed "#include <malloc.h>" from *.c in libSquirePPM/, and ensured 
> that all had "include <stdlib.h". I seem to recall that when building on 
> my AMD 64 machine under Ubuntu I had to ensure that malloc.h *was* 
> included, so perhaps we need conditional includes here.
> - Mac OS X does not have values.h. This causes a problem for 
> libSquirePPM/ppm_normalize.c, which uses it for MAXFLOAT. Solution? Just 
> remove the line, as it is defined in math.h.
> - Sockets. And now we run into the first problem that I can't do a quick 
> fix for:
> if g++ -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I.. -I/opt/local/include 
> -I../libMRML/include -I../libGIFTAcInvertedFile/include 
> -I../libGIFTAcURL2FTS/include -I.   -I.    -g -O2 -DEF_PROTECT_BELOW=1 
> CDomainSocket.o -MD -MP -MF ".deps/CDomainSocket.Tpo" -c -o 
> CDomainSocket.o; \
> then mv -f ".deps/CDomainSocket.Tpo" ".deps/CDomainSocket.Po"; else rm 
> -f ".deps/CDomainSocket.Tpo"; exit 1; fi
> In member function 'virtual bool 
> CDomainSocket::acceptAndServe()':
> error: aggregate 'ucred lCredentials' has 
> incomplete type and cannot be defined
> error: 'SO_PEERCRED' was not declared in this scope
> make[3]: *** [CDomainSocket.o] Error 1
> It seems that BSD (on which Darwin is built) and Linux handle this stuff 
> differently. See for example 
> If someone has experience of getting this to work on BSD systems, leap 
> in now :) Otherwise I will start digging and see what I can find out.
> Regards,
> David
> -- 
> Dr David McG. Squire,  Senior Lecturer, on sabbatical in 2006
> Caulfield School of Information Technology, Monash University, Australia
> CRICOS Provider No. 00008C
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