problems with configure (shell problem)
Fri Oct 24 13:06:00 GMT 1997
> > I guess this is a known problem, but I was not able to run configure
> > sucessfully on the lesstif package using beta18 with the patches for the
> > X-libraries. At one or the other point in the script the system (Win95)
> > hung. As there are many subdirectories in the source tree doing the
> > configuration by hand would be way too timeconsuming.
Larry Hall suggested:
> I would recommend you try a new DLL from Sergey.
It sure improved things (no more crashes), but there are problems with
the shell (see below).
David Coe <firstname.lastname@example.org> suggested
> You might want first to edit configure to remove -ansi-pedantic. The
> following works for me with lesstif-0.81:
> ./configure --disable-debug --disable-verbose --enable-production
> make -i
My current configure command looks like this:
./configure --disable-debug --disable-verbose --enable-production
It stops with the following output:
./config.status: en.: command not found
./config.status: line 385: unexpected EOF while looking for matching `"'
./config.status: line 395: syntax error: unexpected end of file
The string "en." seems to be the end of a comment line in the
config.status script (it's the only occurence of that string in the
file!). I was able to finish configure by editing config.status by hand
(see the P.S.) and running config.status a second time. This seems to be a
shell related problem, someone with internal knowledge of the shell needs
to look into this. "make -i" generated the libraries o.k.
Thanks for the helpful messages!
P.S.: For some who wants to look at the problem: The version of lesstif I
used (lesstif-0.81) is available from www.lesstif.org. I removed
everything in "config.status" between the lines which say:
trap 'rm -fr Makefile .......
rm -f conftest.subs
# These sed commands are passed to sed as "A NAME B NAME C VALUE D", where
# NAME is the cpp macro being defined and VALUE is the value it is being given.
# ac_d sets the value in "#define NAME VALUE" lines.
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