Problem Compiling 3.0 in AMD64

  • Marcelo Fernandez

    Hello, I was trying to compile enblend 3.0 from source in my Ubuntu 6.10 for AMD64. But I got compiling errors in anneal.h, something about a "max()" function... :-(

    I searched a little bit and I found out this error is corrected in the CVS version, but I couldn't get autoconf to work (something about "error: possibly undefined macro: AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE"). The configure script builds and throws some errors...

    IMHO, I think this AMD64 patch is a good reason to make a enblend-3.0.1 release...?

    Anyway, any clues about how can I compile the CVS version of enblend in Ubuntu 6.10?

    Thanks a lot
    Marcelo Fernández

    • Seb

      Seb - 2007-03-17

      I have exactly the same symptoms. make exits with error after:

      make[3]: Entering directory `/home/seb/downloads/enblend-3.0/src'
      if g++ -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I..    -g -O3 -ffast-math -Wall -D_GNU_SOURCE -D
      lend-enblend.o -MD -MP -MF ".deps/enblend-enblend.Tpo" -c -o enblend-enblend.o `
      test -f '' || echo './'`; \         then mv -f ".deps/enblend-enblend.Tpo" ".deps/enblend-enblend.Po"; else
      rm -f ".deps/enblend-enblend.Tpo"; exit 1; fi
      anneal.h: In member function ‘void enblend::GDAConfiguration<CostImage, Visualiz
      anneal.h:681: error: no matching function for call to ‘max(unsigned int&, size_t

      In AMD64, Kubuntu Edgy.

    • Seb

      Seb - 2007-03-17

      I got enblend cvs to compile by running
      aclocal -I m4
      libtoolize --force --copy
      automake --add-missing --copy
      It would probably be easier with a ./bootstrap script.


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