SQL Errors

Perry Smith pedz at easesoftware.net
Thu Jul 15 19:06:46 EDT 2004

I'm attaching with gdb, breaking in nl_langinfo, and it is going to the 
system library.  I'm also running my test program with gdb and it is 
going to the same function.  (BTW, I'm on Mac OSX 10.3).  Both of the 
calls call setlocale with the same two arguments.  So, I'm still 
stumped as to why gnucash has no nl_langinfo.

I'd like to be able to start gnucash from gdb so I could set 
breakpoints rather than attaching to it after the fact.

I may try that and just put in the arguments that ps shows me and see 
what happens.


On Jul 15, 2004, at 5:54 PM, Peter O'Gorman wrote:

> Perry Smith wrote:
>> I'm checking out IBM's nl_langinfo code to see what it does (what 
>> does it look at... LANG? NLSPATH?)
>> I have only one langinfo.h on my system but I may have a library in 
>> the fink system somewhere that I'm linking to instead of Apple's.
> If you are on Mac OS X 10.3 or later you have a langinfo.h in 
> /usr/include and the implementation is in libSystem. Fink does not 
> have an implementation of langinfo anywhere. If you are on 10.2 or 
> earlier and have a langinfo.h then you have something odd going on :)
> I did build and even try the postgres backend once long ago (it used 
> to be built as part of the fink package), but because so many people 
> complained about having to install postgres and all its requirements 
> to build gnucash, I removed that backend. So I can only say "it worked 
> once".
> Peter
> -- 
> Peter O'Gorman - http://www.pogma.com

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