I just downloaded wv-0.7.4 and tried to build in on a system running
HP-UX 10.20. The configure step seemed to go fine, but the build failed
when it reached support.o:
gcc -I. -I. -I./magick -I./libole2 -I./oledecod "-I./expat/xmlparse/" -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -DVERSION=\"0.7.3\" -DXMLCONFIG=\"/home/garyjohn/src/wv-0.7.4/share/wv/wvConfig.xml\" -DHTMLCONFIG=\"/home/garyjohn/src/wv-0.7.4/share/wv/wvHtml.xml\" -DWVDATADIR=\"/home/garyjohn/src/wv-0.7.4/share/wv\" -I/opt/gnu/lib/glib/include -I/opt/gnu/include -g -O2 -ansi -pedantic -c ./support.c
In file included from libole2/ms-ole.h:36,
/opt/gnu/include/glib.h:1288: warning: ANSI C does not allow macro with variable arguments
/opt/gnu/include/glib.h:1291: warning: ANSI C does not allow macro with variable arguments
/opt/gnu/include/glib.h:1294: warning: ANSI C does not allow macro with variable arguments
In file included from wv.h:12,
libole2/ms-ole.h:77: parse error before `mode_t'
libole2/ms-ole.h:78: warning: no semicolon at end of struct or union
libole2/ms-ole.h:81: parse error before `*'
libole2/ms-ole.h:82: `ssize_t' declared as function returning a function
libole2/ms-ole.h:82: ANSI C forbids data definition with no type or storage class
libole2/ms-ole.h:83: parse error before `*'
libole2/ms-ole.h:83: parse error before `off_t'
libole2/ms-ole.h:84: `off_t' declared as function returning a function
libole2/ms-ole.h:84: ANSI C forbids data definition with no type or storage class
libole2/ms-ole.h:91: parse error before `off_t'
libole2/ms-ole.h:97: parse error before `}'
libole2/ms-ole.h:97: warning: ANSI C does not allow extra `;' outside of a function
gmake: *** [support.o] Error 1
I've looked at the code and I just can't see the problem. Any suggestions?
Also, there are four public forums and two mailing lists, plus the
SourceForge bug tracking system, where I could have reported this
problem. Which is preferred?
preferred? who knows. I think I'm the only person who pays any attention to the forums, and I'll ignore anything that I can't help with, so... the e-mail lists will at least be read by more people, even if you won't necessarily get any any response.
the problem here is probably the -ansi -pedantic which I suppose I really ought to remove. you could edit configure, search for "-ansi -pedantic" and delete it...
Removing -ansi from Makefile fixed it. Thanks. Now I can't seem to
build or link the local version of iconv. At least I think that's the problem--
wvHtml renders all the characters in the text (not the tags) as '?'. I may
just download the GNU version as suggested.
Sorry about the previous duplicate post. I clicked on Reload and
clicked Yes when Netscape asked if I wanted to repost the form data.
ignore the iconv that is inside wv. get GNU libiconv
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