[Freeciv-Dev] Re: compiling on Solaris / the continuing story of GNU get
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On Tue, Mar 26, 2002 at 03:15:23PM -0600, Mike Kaufman wrote:
> this is interesting and worrying that it's so much trouble to compile on
> solaris, but what does this have to do with tarring up the source code
> and/or the the diff from the previous day and updating some html? (or am I
> missing something big...)
I can actually make it a lot easier, even on the same machine.
What makes it hard is my policy of making sure that absolutely
nothing is used that I don't specifically include. This is to
test Freeciv's minimum requirements, but I do it with all software
I compile to minimize unexpected library version dependencies.
As a consequence,
+ Sun make and Sun cc are used
+ nothing that doesn't come from Sun is used by default
(including everything GNU)
The only real problem you saw was the use of setenv()
in the GNU gettext test.