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From "Day Reynolds, LennonX J" <>
Subject RE: Building from Linux source
Date Tue, 14 Dec 2004 00:51:44 GMT

I've had similar issues building Axis with GCC 2.96 -- it appears that
the 3.X versions of G++ (or perhaps more likely, the newer libstdc++
they include) automatically import a number of headers that the 2.9X
versions do not, and allow the implicit AxisTraceType cast.

Lennon Day-Reynolds

-----Original Message-----
From: Bob Blair [] 
Sent: Monday, December 13, 2004 4:35 PM
To: Apache AXIS C User List
Subject: Re: Building from Linux source

OK, I got axis-c-src-1-3-linux to build with 5 source
code changes.  I'm still not sure why I needed to make
those changes, but I've attached the details in case
in might be of help to someone in the same

Bob Blair

--- Bob Blair <> wrote:

> I'm embarrassed to ask, but I'm missing something
> very
> basic.
> I downloaded the 1.3 distribution as
>    axis-c-src-linux-current-src.tar.gz
> and followed the INSTALL instructions to build it. 
> Apparantly the configure script did not understand
> my
> very basic Redhat 8.1 setup (though it did not
> complain) because the build fails in several places
> for things like failing to include stdio.h in header
> files that use FILE.
> Thinking it might be a 1.3 problem, I downloaded the
> 1.4 alpha (same file name, by the way -- isn't that
> a
> bit confusing?)  The 1.4 tar file did not even
> contain
> a configure script.
> Am I supposed to be able to build on a linux host
> from
> the contents of "
> axis-c-src-linux-current-src.tar.gz 
>  "?  If so, where are the instructions?
> Bob Blair
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