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Re: Really Weird Problem

At 01:10 PM 1/4/99 -0000, Jon Parry-McCulloch wrote:
>I'm trying to build the latest development release on Solaris 2.6.

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>I need to
>do this becuase some of the changes from Release 1.1 are needed to make it
>all work properly.

Like what?

>First, if I try a clean config-make then it dies in util-int.c.

Development of -lldap reentrancy/thread-safe features are in initial
stages of development...

>It seems
>that configure thinks everything's POSIX but compiler thinks otherwise. The
>result is that for three of the _r functions, it uses the wrong prototypes.

Updates to the configure system and util-int.c were made over the
weekend to ease this issue.  Previously -devel configure only
checked for the existance of ctime_r and not it's prototype.  

>To fix this I just changed the HAVE_CTIME_R definitiions in portable.h so
>the code will build cleanly.
>Horror upon horror... the code compiles well enough, but the linker

The linker itself core dumped?  or a specific application.

>Anyone else seen anything like this?

>At present I'm using a slightly hackd version of Release 1.1 (includes
>ldbm_datum_init(), the cursor fix, and the ldiff-ified str_ functions.

The DB2 changes (ldbm_dataum_init and cursor changes) are in 1.1.2.
Why do you need the ldif changes?  (ldif routines are not externalized).