#446 error during linking current trunk with --disable-bundle

v2.4.x
open
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xscpu64
2013-08-11
2013-06-29
No

as per gpz suggestion :-)

the unix build (--disable-bundle) stops during linking with the following error:

Undefined symbols:
"_pport", referenced from:
_mmcreplay_roml_read in libc64cart.a(mmcreplay.o)
_mmcreplay_roml_store in libc64cart.a(mmcreplay.o)
_mmcreplay_a000_bfff_read in libc64cart.a(mmcreplay.o)
_mmcreplay_a000_bfff_store in libc64cart.a(mmcreplay.o)
_mmcreplay_romh_read in libc64cart.a(mmcreplay.o)
_mmcreplay_romh_store in libc64cart.a(mmcreplay.o)
_stardos_roml_read in libc64cart.a(stardos.o)
_stardos_romh_read in libc64cart.a(stardos.o)
(maybe you meant: _mem_pport)
ld: symbol(s) not found
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make[3]: [xscpu64] Error 1
make[2]:
[all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: [all] Error 2
make:
[all-recursive] Error 1

Discussion

  • Silver Dream !

    Silver Dream ! - 2013-06-29

    This happens when "unix-style" compiling under OS X but Jupp also confirmed the same problem on his side.

     
  • gpz

    gpz - 2013-07-10

    i am closing this because it works for me. i also remember fixing it, perhaps the respective tracker post got lost somehow. sigh.

    please re-open if the problem is still there

     
  • Silver Dream !

    Silver Dream ! - 2013-07-10

    After doing

    $ make clean ; svn update ; make

    the problem still persists.

     
  • Silver Dream !

    Silver Dream ! - 2013-07-11

    How does one re-open the ticket is currently beyond my comprehension :-(

     
  • gpz

    gpz - 2013-07-12

    uhm, i thought you could do that... grmpf shakes fist

    anyway, could you post the exact configure line you are using (is in what configure shows in its log)

     
  • Silver Dream !

    Silver Dream ! - 2013-07-12

    The configure line from config.log:

    $ ./configure --disable-bundle --disable-nls --enable-quicktime --enable-ethernet --enable-memmap CFLAGS=-I /opt/local/include/ LDFLAGS=-L/opt/local/lib/ --no-create --no-recursion

     

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