|From:||Mark Danks (mda...@Stormfront.com)|
|Date:||Sep 25, 1999 10:32:17 am|
If you are just trying to compile GEM from only the Win32 .81 sources, then I can imagine you would have problems.
If you are starting from scratch, my best suggestion is to grab the last Unix version (0.79) and the Win 0.81 sources. Use the AuxLibs from 0.79 and the sources from 0.81. I might have forgotten to add some files to the Makefiles, but it should be pretty easy to understand what is going on (simply a recursive make).
Missing a "setup" function, means that the particular object wasn't compiled. In the case below, for some reason pix_video wasn't compiled and linked in the dso.
hm yes, i thoiught its some compiler/linker problem or incomp. on the suse there's the egcs installed rather than plain gcc. version is
-- Reading specs from /usr/lib/gcc-lib/i486-linux/egcs-2.91.66/specs gcc version egcs-2.91.66 19990314/Linux (egcs-1.1.2 release)
-- but i dont know what i was using ion my old system. on the debian 2.1 its a: gcc version 188.8.131.52
here it works On Sat, 25 Sep 1999, Michael A. Thompson wrote:
I have been having a hell of a time compiling Gem 0.81 on unix (SGI both native SGI compilers and egcs)
compile warning: ld32: WARNING 84: ../../../gem_new/src/AuxLibs/gltt/freetype/lib/libttf.a is not used for resolving any symbol. ld32: WARNING 84: ../../../gem_new/src/AuxLibs/gltt/libgltt.a is not used for resolving any symbol.
here are my pd runtime errors: pd: /usr/LocalApps/pd/gem/Gem: can't load library pd: /usr/LocalApps/pd/gem_new/Gem.pd_irix6: 16911:/usr/LocalApps/pd/bin/pd: rld: Fatal Error: unresolvable symbol in /usr/LocalApps/pd/gem_new/Gem.pd_irix6: pix_video_setup pd: /usr/LocalApps/pd/gem_new/Gem: can't load library
everything compiles clean on the suse 6.2 but when its loaded i get:
Gem.pd_linux: undefined symbol: _6GemMan.m_mat_shininess Gem: can't load library
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