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#1 Compile fail on Sun Solaris 2.6

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nobody
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2004-04-30
2004-04-30
Anonymous
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I'm trying to compile bigloo-lib-0.20 on a Sun with
Solaris 2.6, and I have bigloo 2.6b already
successfully compiled and running.

I did:
./configure --prefix=<path/to/bigloo-lib>
--with-bigloo=<path/to/bigloo/executable>
make

and then make stopped with the following error:

...(just the last bit)...
gcc -g -O2 -o driver driver.o libcommon.a
-L/home/ra7952/bin/bigloo2.6b/lib/bigloo/2.6b
-lbigloo_s-2.6b -lbigloogc-2.6b -lsocket
-lnsl -lm -ldl
libcommon.a(iconv.o): In function
`BGl_iconvzd2openzd2zziconvz00':
/home/ra7952/.sw/.swadmin/packages/scheme/bigloo-lib-0.20/common/iconv.c:349:
undefined reference to `libiconv_open'
libcommon.a(iconv.o): In function
`BGl_iconvzd2closezd2zziconvz00':
/home/ra7952/.sw/.swadmin/packages/scheme/bigloo-lib-0.20/common/iconv.c:516:
undefined reference to `libiconv_close'
libcommon.a(iconv.o): In function
`BGl_writezd2internalzd2zziconvz00':
/home/ra7952/.sw/.swadmin/packages/scheme/bigloo-lib-0.20/common/iconv.c:729:
undefined reference to `libiconv'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
gmake: *** [driver] Error 1
rm driver.c crypt.c time.c dl.c regex.c times.c
string-grammar-apply.c os.c locale.c iconv.c apropos.c
char-hex.c mmap.c md5.c
random.c gettext.c
*** Error code 1
make: Fatal error: Command failed for target
`all-recursive'
319.95u 56.21s 7:23.88 84.7%

Any help you can give is very much appreciated (and
thanks for putting out this library to enhance bigloo).

powerpchead@yahoo.com

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