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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 20338] - Compile Problem with signal.c on Tru64 4.0G
Date Wed, 04 Jun 2003 12:45:06 GMT
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Compile Problem with signal.c on Tru64 4.0G





------- Additional Comments From trawick@apache.org  2003-06-04 12:45 -------
FYI, still puzzling over this...

I noticed that I have had two patches in my Tru64 tree

1) add -pthread to CPPFLAGS

This is required now with native compiler on Tru64 5.? in order to compile
pthreads.h.  Without it, APR doesn't detect threads.

2) define _OSF_SOURCE in apr/build/apr_hints.m4

>From the signal.h header file, it looks like _OSF_SOURCE gets the right
flavor of sigwait(), but when I remove this it still compiles.

So I'm still not sure what changes are necessary.

You could try to define _OSF_SOURCE and see if that fixes the problem.

make distclean && CPPFLAGS=-DOSF_SOURCE && ./configure --options &&
make

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