I have to ba able to open .7z files, I hope I'm trying the right tool here.
tried compiling the makefile for bsd under mac os X, no binary is generated, I get the following errors after g++ cooks for a bit:
ld: can't locate file for: -lc_r
make: *** [test_emul] Error 1
make: *** [all] Error 2
are there changes I have to make to get this to compile correctly?
Yes, replace in makefile.machine
You can compile p7zip 4.10 on a Mac OS X 10.3,
but if you have a Mac OS X 10.1 or 10.2, you
need to fix two files :(
great, that worked!
question, what's the proper way to alias it so i can launch the app without typing the whole command line? I'm used to hp/ux, that was configured so if you typed a local executable name, it would launch. not so. how do I configure? where's the bash file?
> great, that worked!
> question, what's the proper way to alias it so i can launch the app without
> typing the whole command line? I'm used to hp/ux, that was configured so if
> you typed a local executable name, it would launch. not so. how do I configure?
> where's the bash file?
I don't have a Mac OS X machine.
I try 7za on Mac OS X provided by the sourceforge compile farm.
These Mac OS X has the fink package that provide a lot of Unix tool.
In this environment, the shell is a bash (echo $SHELL)
And I have a .bash_profile.
If you don't know where are your config files, you can try
to put 7za in a directory that is declared in the "PATH".