ddd-3.2.98 configure problem on cygwin (sorry for previous - no subject)
Tue Jan 30 16:53:00 GMT 2001
This is really DDD issue, which needs to be fixed. The order
of libraries in your Makefiles, generated by configure script of DDD,
are wrong. You can either manually edit the Makefiles or
fix the configure script.
I quote you from www.lesstif.org FAQ, which DDD folks should consider
"The order in which you should specify these options is
-lMrm -lXm -lXt -lXmu -lXp -lXext -lX11 -lSM -lICE
Of course not all of these libraries are always necessary, but in some cases
more libraries may be required."
On many systems in the Makefiles, if 0lXm is after -lXt you get unresolved
symbols thus your ./configure failed with ambiguous
error message of "Xm not found or not in your path... something like that"
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Sent: 1/30/2001 6:47 PM
Subject: ddd-3.2.98 configure problem on cygwin (sorry for previous - no
I'm trying to build ddd-3.2.98 on cygwin and am getting the error below
when invoking configure. This is reminiscent of a previous configure
error that, I believe, got fixed in 3.2.95. The library had something
to do with library ordering, I think.
Does anyone have a fix for this?
Is there any additional info that I can provide to help diagnose the
problem? I am very hopeful that we can get ddd 3.3 to build on cygwin.
PS: I know that this, in all likelihood, isn't a cygwin or XFreeCygwin
problem but there may be individuals on these lists that can help or
would, in general, be interested.
----------------------------- configure error -----------------------
checking for X11/Xmu/Editres.h... yes
configure: error: The Motif library '-lXm' could not be found.
Please use the configure options
and '--with-motif-libraries=DIR' to specify the Xm
See the files 'config.log' and 'ddd/config.log'
for further diagnostics.
configure: error: ../../../ddd-3.2.98/ddd/configure failed for ddd
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