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Re: LFTP: Cygwin and setupterm
- From: Frédéric L. W. Meunier <0 at pervalidus dot net>
- To: "Larry Hall (RFK Partners, Inc)" <lhall at rfk dot com>
- Cc: cygwin at cygwin dot com, lftp-devel at uniyar dot ac dot ru
- Date: Tue, 17 Dec 2002 01:46:46 -0300 (E. South America Standard Time)
- Subject: Re: LFTP: Cygwin and setupterm
- References: <email@example.com>
On Mon, 16 Dec 2002, Larry Hall (RFK Partners, Inc) wrote:
> At 11:03 PM 12/16/2002, Frédéric L. W. Meunier wrote:
> >Anybody know what's wrong ? I tried to compile LFTP 2.6.3 with
> >ncurses 5.2-8 and got the following:
> >/cygdrive/g/Linux/lftp/src/lftp_tinfo.cc: In function `void init_terminfo()':
> >/cygdrive/g/Linux/lftp/src/lftp_tinfo.cc:50: implicit declaration of function `int setupterm(...)'
> >There's the following in lftp_tinfo.cc:
> >#if defined(HAVE_TIGETSTR)
> >static bool terminfo_ok = true;
> >static void init_terminfo()
> > static bool initted = false;
> > if(initted) return;
> > initted = true;
> > int errret=0;
> > if(setupterm(NULL, 1, &errret) == ERR)
> > terminfo_ok = false;
> >The same error someone reported some time ago with 2.6.2:
> >I also e-mailed the lftp-devel mailing-list.
> This is a trick question, right? I mean, you know how to
> search for a prototype in the system include directories
> don't you? I'm assuming that you have a real question here
> but I can't figure out what it is. Can you enlighten us/me?
Sorry, I just found
I had to make the symlink (I thought it'd be in ncurses) and
run configure again, since just typing make isn't enough.
I can't reproduce the other problem reported by George Lefter.
I configured with --disable-dependency-tracking --disable-nls
I'm C'cing lftp-devel so that others know the answer in case
they have the same problem.
> BTW, the answer to Joe's question that you reference above is
> "No, setupterm() is not supposed to be part of libc
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