Attach is the complete log for configure and make. Am i just getting bad
when you run configure what does it say for pthreads?
My cygwin says this:
checking for pthread_mutex_lock in -lpthread... yes
Do you have pthreads libs in /usr/lib?
$ ls /usr/lib/*pth*
You could also try running configure and the build, capture all the
output and attach as a gzip'd file (or create a jira and attach there if
you like). Should help to get to the bottom of the issue.
On 04/07/2010 06:36 PM, zd.wbh wrote:
> likely to be the latest version. I need the sync api but zookeeper_st only provides async interface, do i need any additional libs? I've already installed the pthread stubs pkg-config metadata.
> $ uname -srv
> CYGWIN_NT-5.1 1.7.3(0.225/5/3) 2010-04-03 11:26
> Are you running cygwin 1.7 or 1.5? I believe there was a change btw
> versions of cygwin on how pthreads was supported.
> On 04/07/2010 03:08 AM, zd.wbh wrote:
>> hi, all:
>> Is it possible to build an mt version of zookeeper dll lib? I've
>> tried, cygzookeeper_st-2.dll come out successfully, but not
>> zookeeper_mt.dll. Official sites says the st version is for the
>> platform that without a pthread lib or the pthread lib is not stable.
>> Does the cygwin pthread lib falls into the unstable category? Is
>> there any work-around to generate mt dll? Bellow is the warning:
>> *** Warning: linker path does not have real file for library
>> -lpthread. *** I have the capability to make that library
>> automatically link in when *** you link to this library. But I can
>> only do this if you have a *** shared version of the library, which
>> you do not appear to have *** because I did check the linker path
>> looking for a file starting *** with libpthread and none of the
>> candidates passed a file format test *** using a file magic. Last
>> file checked: /lib/libpthread.a *** The inter-library dependencies
>> that have been dropped here will be *** automatically added whenever
>> a program is linked with this library *** or is declared to -dlopen
>> it. *** Since this library must not contain undefined symbols, ***
>> because either the platform does not support them or *** it was
>> explicitly requested with -no-undefined, *** libtool will only create
>> a static version of it.