[Gtkradiant] gtkradiant on HPUX
Mon, 7 Jan 2002 09:37:55 +0100
Well, it looks very much like a problem with the version of gcc you
installed. As I understand it, it calls to 'as' for final assembly of the
files, --traditional-format must be an option passed on to the assembler
(try 'which as' ?). And it's probably using the stock 'as' on HP-UX and
not an assembler provided with the gcc package?
Compiling Radiant is one thing, it has it's own difficulties .. but you
need to have a working GNU-friendly compiler suite first .. something on
which we may not be able to help a lot. You went a long way already
though, that's a good sign.
>From the gcc binaries you installed, maybe you can download and rebuild a
complete gcc 3.0.* suite from http://gcc.gnu.org ? Or ask on gcc mailing
lists / HP-UX mailing list for help on build? It is likely that your as
problem would show up if you try to compile other software with gcc.
Anyway, I don't see why cons would be annoyed if gcc was a symlink to cc?
On Sun, 6 Jan 2002 22:25:39 -0500
"Aaron Newcomb" <email@example.com> wrote:
> I tried linking gcc to cc, but cons didn't like that. So I found a binary
> of gcc for HPUX and installed it and it works fine. Now on to the next
> hurdle. I am getting strange errors when I run cons (see below). It looks
> like it's having trouble, but I can't tell if the error is caused by cons
> or gcc.
> gcc -g -D_DEBUG -Ilibs -c Debug/libs/cmdlib/cmdlib.cpp -o
> as: warning 2: Unknown option "--traditional-format" ignored.
> as: "/var/tmp/ccoClX0a.s", line 10: error 1052: Directive name not
> recognized - FILE
> as: "/var/tmp/ccoClX0a.s", line 11: error 1052: Directive name not
> recognized - STABS
> ... etc, for 100 times and then ...
> as: "/var/tmp/ccoClX0a.s", error 2000: Exceeded maximum error count
> FATAL ERROR TERMINATION
> cons: *** [Debug/libs/cmdlib/cmdlib.o] Error 1
> cons: errors constructing Debug/libs/cmdlib/cmdlib.o
> Aaron Newcomb
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