This email got stopped because it was too big with config.log attached, so
I'm re-posting it with the config.log file gzip'd to make it smaller. (I was
requested to post this file.)
OK, replying to a few things.
"man strtok_r" shows:
I added --enable-threadsafe to my arguments to configure. The config.log is
attached. It says it found strtok_r.
These are the remaining warnings I get when I do the make:
cpp: "convert.c", line 2650: warning 2013: Unknown preprocessing directive.
(Interestingly, I don't see a preprocessor directive at that line number.)
libtool: link: warning: this platform does not like uninstalled shared
libtool: link: `tsql' will be relinked during installation
That occurs a few times.
cc: "login.c", line 90: warning 728: Argument #3 converts long* to
cc: "user.c", line 76: warning 728: Argument #3 converts long* to
When I do "make install", I still get the following error:
if test ! -f /freetds.conf; then \
./freetds.conf /freetds.conf; \
sh: ./freetds.conf: Execute permission denied.
*** Error exit code 126
Running "tsql" still shows the strange locale value.
Dan Cooperstock, Senior Technical Consultant, HEPCOE Credit Union
dcoops at hepcoe.com 416-597-5055
From: Lowden, James K [mailto:LowdenJK at bernstein.com]
Sent: Monday, May 12, 2003 11:10 AM
To: 'FreeTDS Development Group'
Subject: RE: [freetds] 0.61 tsql core dump, locale = "C C C C C C"
From: ZIGLIO Frediano [mailto:Frediano.Ziglio at mail.vodafone.it]
Sent: May 12, 2003 10:07 AM
Post by Cooperstock, Dan
In addition, I'm getting warning errors on config.c, which
thinks probably indicate a 64-bit corruption that needs to be
cc: "config.c", line 842: warning 724: Assignment converts
Post by Cooperstock, Dan
return type to pointer "field".
cc: "config.c", line 849: warning 725: Assignment converts 32
bit integer to pointer "field".
No, probably are related to strtok_r headers not included.
Try doing a "man strtok_r" and see what header reports...
Freddy, just to confirm: We expect no 64-bit warnings, right? It's my
understanding that FreeTDS should compile cleanly on any 64-bit platform.
I told Dan I suspect, as you do, that we're failing to detect one of his
header files, and that these warning are a consequence of trying to compile
against an invalid prototype.
My theory is that some misalignment causes a 0 or 1 to be deposited in the
dump filehandle, resulting in log output going to stdout/stderr.
Dan, it might help to post your config.log.
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