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From "David Jones" <oscare...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: link failure from buildmark
Date Wed, 07 Feb 2007 16:15:32 GMT
Sorry, not sure what happened, here is an unmangled diff:

>svn diff Makefile.in <http://makefile.in/>
Index: Makefile.in <http://makefile.in/>
===================================================================
--- Makefile.in <http://makefile.in/> (revision 494665)
+++ Makefile.in <http://makefile.in/> (working copy)
@@ -4,8 +4,8 @@

 PROGRAM_NAME         = $(progname)
 PROGRAM_SOURCES      = modules.c
-PROGRAM_LDADD        = buildmark.o $(HTTPD_LDFLAGS) $(PROGRAM_DEPENDENCIES)
$(EXTRA_LIBS) $(AP_LIBS) $(LIBS)
-PROGRAM_PRELINK      = $(COMPILE) -c $(top_srcdir)/server/buildmark.c
+PROGRAM_LDADD        = buildmark.lo $(HTTPD_LDFLAGS)
$(PROGRAM_DEPENDENCIES) $(EXTRA_LIBS) $(AP_LIBS) $(LIBS)
+PROGRAM_PRELINK      = $(LIBTOOL) --mode=compile $(COMPILE)  -c
$(top_srcdir)/server/buildmark.c
 PROGRAM_DEPENDENCIES = \
   server/libmain.la \
   $(BUILTIN_LIBS) \

On 1/26/07, Greg Ames <ames_greg@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> --- David Jones <oscaremma@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > zOS needs to compile with extra CFLAGS in order to link correctly.
> > After revisions 153273/153266 to ./Makefile.in all compile and link
> flags
> > are lost as
> > buildmark.c is made without them:
>
> concept sounds fine but...
>
> > --- Makefile.in.orig Wed Jan 17 14:00:11 2007
> > +++ Makefile.in Thu Jan 18 09:17:17 2007
> > @@ -4,8 +4,8 @@
> >
> > PROGRAM_NAME = $(progname)
> > PROGRAM_SOURCES = modules.c
> > -PROGRAM_LDADD = buildmark.o $(HTTPD_LDFLAGS) $(PROGRAM_DEPENDENCIES)
> $()
> > -PROGRAM_PRELINK = $(COMPILE) $(top_srcdir)/server/buildmark.c
> > +PROGRAM_LDADD = buildmark.lo $(HTTPD_LDFLAGS) $(PROGRAM_DEPENDENCIES)
> $)
>                                                                          ^
> what happened here?                               >>---------------------+
>
> > +PROGRAM_PRELINK = $(LIBTOOL) --mode=compile $(COMPILE) -c
> $(top_srcdir)/c
>
> do we have a file named "c" in $(top_srcdir) ?  how does this do the job
> with
> buildmark?
>
> maybe cut-n-pasto's or funky email clients explain both?
>
> Greg
>
>
>
>
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