Due to many mishaps I will only start the trials for the build for HP-UX 11
I have a question about the compiler I should use. On the IB6 documentation
mention HP C/C++ Compiler. Is that the one you use? Which one do you
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul Beach" <pabeach@...>
To: "Alexandre Magno" <amagno@...>;
Sent: Monday, December 10, 2001 7:47 AM
Subject: Re: [Firebird-devel] Building in HP-UX 11
> <<I´ve mangged to get a machine with HP-UX 11 to try to make a build
> from this monday on. I got the document "Boot build on HP-UX and
> Solaris" at IBPhoenix´s site. Does anybody have a hint to give me?
> Any recommendation?>>
> I haven't tried this, although I am aware of it. I am trying to get a
> up and running using Danny Mavromatis' test HP-UX build and the firebird
> build scripts.
> Although the information Martin has provided is very useful. Danny's build
> however doesn't have a copy of gdef, which is needed for the build script,
> so I will have to create this seperately.
> A couple of comments though.
> 1. The "source" command is only available as a built in function for the C
> shell, so you will need to define certain environment variables by using a
> different mechanism to the firebird build script Configure_SetupEnv.sh
> 2. The firebird build script doesn't really know about the HP10 define,
> changes are needed to get it to run.
> 3. HP Make is "pants" you will need gmake
> 4. There are a number of changes that need to be made to the code, as the
> HP-UX compiler is very ANSI and doesn't like certain syntax and the way
> code is currently. I intend to log all of these changes and commit the
> changes back to CVS when I get a sucessful build.