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Re: ITL status update before 0.6.3 + debian
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- Subject: Re: ITL status update before 0.6.3 + debian
- From: Moazzam Khan <moazzamk at gmail dot com>
- Date: Fri, 17 Dec 2004 12:13:07 -0500
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Try -I/usr/local/whatever .. (without a space between -I and the path)
On Fri, 17 Dec 2004 04:12:12 +0100, Omar Abo-Namous <merlin12345 at gmx dot de> wrote:
> Salam Thamer,
> i'm trying to get this swig-wrapper to work. But no success there. First
> what i did:
> 1. untared php-source
> 2. ./configure,make,make install
> 3. untared swig-source,./configure,make,make install
> 4. untared itl-source, ./configure,make
> 5. in swig directory "swig -php4 libitl.i". worked just fine. i got the
> three files (libitl_wrap.c, php_libitl_perl.h and libitl_perl.php)
> 6. now it got trickier and i couldn't get it running, unless i included
> (via -I all the header files from the php-include-directory:
> "$ cc -c libitl_wrap.c -I/usr/local/include/php/ -I
> /usr/local/include/php/Zend/ -I /usr/local/include/php/main -I
> /usr/local/include/php/regex/ -I /usr/local/include/php/ -I
> /usr/local/include/php/TSRM/ -I
> No errors (anymore)
> 7. i tried the following:
> "ld -shared -G ../build/libitl.so libitl_wrap.o -o libitl_perl.so"
> many errors like this: "libitl_wrap.o(.text+0xf693):libitl_wrap.c:
> undefined reference to `zend_register_list_destructors_ex'"
> Now i tried to put in the *.o files from php-source, but that wouldn't help.
> Could anyone help me please - uhm tomorrow inshaallah? (i got to catch
> some sleep)
> Thamer Mahmoud wrote:
> > Assalamu Alaikom,
> > The ITL library is now ready for testing and a new release. This is a
> > minor release and I don't expect anything to break. Please go through
> > the "make" && "make install" process, and then test the library. We want to
> > be sure that nothing is broken at the moment.
> > What's new:
> > The main additions include a SWIG interface file to allow the creation
> > of library wrappers to access the library functions using other
> > programming languages (see www.swig.org). The new release will also
> > include deb packages (more on this below).
> > Also, there were some very minor bug fixes and slight documentation
> > improvements and polish. I updated The library build process and added
> > "make distclean" and we now link dynamicly with libc.
> > The following are some of the few remaining issues that may still need
> > some pondering/answering:
> > - Are there any Debian developers interested in sponsoring the ITL
> > package(s)? The process of debianizing the ITL library is now
> > complete. The produced packages are also lintian/linda clean. I'm
> > aware of the existence of debian-mentors, but I thought I should ask
> > here first. Comments regarding the content of the debian directory
> > are also welcome.
> > - We need to Debianize the itools as well.
> > - Is the gcc -m32 flag necessary?
> > Regards,
> > Thamer Mahmoud
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