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From ras...@madhaus.utcs.utoronto.ca
Subject Re: Binaries for 1.1
Date Wed, 03 Jul 1996 02:05:26 GMT
> It appears that there are no calls to any of bzero(), bcopy(), or bcmp()
> in the source code, though in conf.h there is

We will only be providing binaries with the standard limited set of
modules, right?  If you do a mod_auth_msql binary, then you will not
be able to build it on a Solaris 2.5 box and have it work on Solaris 2.4
unless you build a special version of libmsql.a which doesn't use the
BSD-style functions.  When you run configure for the mSQL compile under
Solaris 2.5, it detects the BSD-style functions and uses these over the
mem* functions.  The trick is to edit the msql config.h file and tell it
not to use the BSD functions before building libmsql.a and then you
will have a portable library.

Other external libraries may well have the same problem.  The easiest way
to check is to simply 'nm' the .a file and grep for any of the b* functions.

-Rasmus

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