Problem with configure.in, AM_PATH_GWRAP and g-wrap 1.9
linux at codehelp.co.uk
Mon Nov 14 17:13:57 EST 2005
On Monday 14 November 2005 9:53 pm, Derek Atkins wrote:
> Quoting David Hampton <hampton-gnucash at rainbolthampton.net>:
> >> This is a gnucash problem and it needs fixing in G2. If not, G2's life
> >> in Debian will be brief.
> > I'm in the camp that could care less about Debian, but I do want to dtrt
> > with respect to using g-wrap. I've read the documentation at
> > http://www.nongnu.org/g-wrap/manual/index.html and it appears
> > incomplete. The page on defining new wrapped types has numerous places
> > where function names appear by there is no description of where these
> > functions come from, whether we have to write them or they are
> > auto-generated, etc.
> I'll just point out that I still compile G2 against g-wrap 1.3.4
> on my FC3 system and it works just fine.
Presumably that is only because it uses gcc 3.3 not gcc4, so that you can
build without --disable-error-on-warning ?
I can do the same. My FC3 box does compile G2 - but it took a whole day to go
from svn checkout to make dist so I don't use it as a regular test!
(Now that the .gmo files have been generated, it would be faster (~4hrs) but
each change to a .po file means a good hour spent converting to .gmo - it is
a severely restricted system with far too little spare RAM (laptop). I only
installed FC3 to get around the original gcc4+g-wrap1.3/1.9 bug. If it wasn't
for that, the box would have been still running Debian and only compiling
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