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From "David Vasconcelos"<dvasco-log4...@emailias.com>
Subject Re: Trying to Install/Build log4cxx on Solaris
Date Fri, 30 Jul 2004 14:31:11 GMT
hi Barak,

I'm using the Sun Workshop compiler and have successfully built log4cxx.

I used the following configure options to build a debug version (You can 
just replace "-g" to get optimized build.)

    configure CC=CC CXX=CC CXXFLAGS="-g -mt -KPIC -xarch=v8plusa"


Here is my CC version string:

    CC: Sun C++ 5.5 Patch 113817-07 2004/03/23


To make it link properly, I had to make a small source file change to 
thread.cpp:
I made the function asm_code() NOT static. I could not link when this 
function was declared static.


I noticed a few problems on Solaris with the CC compiler.

1. Lots of compile warnings. I looked at a few and they seem harmless 
and easy to clean up.

2. I think there is a bug in timezone.cpp. The code calls putenv() to 
set the TZ environment variable. The code passes an automatic variable 
to putenv which gets destroyed. On Sun (and other UNIXes) this is a bad 
thing to do. You're not supposed to free the memory you pass to putenv. 
The result is a corrupted environment.

3. I have not been able to use shared libraries successfully. I crash, 
and I suspect it's due to static initialization problems.

I hope this is helpful,

David Vasconcelos


Barak Simon (barak.simon@db.com)  wrote:

>Thank you for the help Jwahar!
>I did succeed building it using your entire tree.
>
>Alas, I am enforced to link the resulting libraries into CC generated libraries, and since
gcc and CC name mangling are incommensurate with one another,
>I really must find a way to build using CC.
>
>I tried doing CXX=CC but got errors - has anyone on the list had success with building
the logging
>library using CC (on Solaris)?
>If so, what version of CC and are any special preliminary steps required?
>
>Thanks,
>Barak
>
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>                      28/07/2004 01:01         Subject:  RE: Trying to Install/Build log4cxx
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>Barak,
>I put my entire tree, tar'ed and compressed on our ftp server
>Login as user 'anonymous' with any string as passwd
>Set BINARY mode (bin command)
>And download logSolaris.tar.gz
>
>ftp memento-inc.com
>Connected to memento-inc.com.
>220 Microsoft FTP Service
>User (memento-inc.com:(none)): anonymous
>331 Anonymous access allowed, send identity (e-mail name) as password.
>Password:
>230 Anonymous user logged in.
>ftp> dir
>200 PORT command successful.
>150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for /bin/ls.
>-r-xr-xr-x   1 owner    group        13632193 Jul 27 10:52 logSolaris.tar.gz
>226 Transfer complete.
>ftp: 78 bytes received in 0.02Seconds 3.90Kbytes/sec.
>
>Jwahar Bammi
>Memento, Inc.
>bammi@memento-inc.com
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Barak Simon [mailto:barak.simon@db.com]
>Sent: Tuesday, July 27, 2004 5:23 AM
>To: log4cxx-user@logging.apache.org
>Cc: Shao Zhang
>Subject: RE: Trying to Install/Build log4cxx on Solaris
>
>
>Hi,
>Tnx for the answer and sorry for not replying sooner, but I only now had
>time to check it.
>
>I tried running the configure file you sent me and I get:
>"config.status: error: cannot find input file:
>include/log4cxx/config_msvc.h.in"
>
>After running make (since makefile was already created at that stage) I get:
>Makefile:429: appenderattachableimpl.Plo: No such file or directory
>Makefile:430: appenderskeleton.Plo: No such file or directory
>Makefile:431: asyncappender.Plo: No such file or directory
>Makefile:432: basicconfigurator.Plo: No such file or directory
>...
>
>and so on for each of the sources.
>
>All this may be related to the fact that the autogen.sh (which also run the
>autoconf)
>only did part of the work required, so some of the files I need (apart from
>configure itself) which it normally generates (e.g. install-sh)
>are corrupted or do not exist...
>
>Do you know by any chance what are the files generated by autogen and can
>maybe send them to me
>(in a structure-preserving tar)?
>
>If not, I do not mind trying an actual generated Makefile (if need be, I can
>try to adapt the flags to my environment).
>Needless to say it is far from ideal, but I have users waiting for it, so
>anything that works will be welcome
>( Even binaries if nothing else succeeds :( )
>
>Thanks again,
>Barak
>
>
>
>
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>                      bammi@memento-inc
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>                      .com                     To:
>log4cxx-user@logging.apache.org
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>                                               cc:       Barak
>Simon/Sydney/DBAustralia/DeuBa@DBAustralia
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>                      26/07/2004 11:50         Subject:  RE: Trying to
>Install/Build log4cxx on Solaris
>
>                      Please respond to
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>                      log4cxx-user
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>I have been compiling log4cxx for the past few versions on solaris with
>gcc/g++ (don't have sun cc). Attach to this message are my configure,
>config.status and config.log files. If I can help is some other way let me
>know
>
>Jwahar Bammi
>Memento, Inc.
>bammi@memento-inc.com
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Barak Simon [mailto:barak.simon@db.com]
>Sent: Sunday, July 25, 2004 7:30 PM
>To: log4cxx-user@logging.apache.org
>Subject: Trying to Install/Build log4cxx on Solaris
>
>Hi,
>I am trying to install log4cxx on Solaris, but get a great number of errors
>while running autogen.sh
>
>The first error I get is:
>ERROR: Reading inserted file: No such file or directory
>autom4te: /usr/local/bin/m4 failed with exit status: 1
>
>and it is being generated while "aclocal" is being invoked.
>
>I have re-installed all the latest versions of autoconf (2.59), automake
>(1.8.5), libtool (1.5.6) & m4 (1.4.1)
>into a local directory and use them (BTW - it seems from the error message
>that m4 is searched in /usr/local/bin, despite the fact that my path is
>explicitly pointed to my local m4 version).
>
>I gather from the release notes that version 0.9.7, though not tested on
>Solaris, can be compiled on it - is this correct?
>If so, what could I be doing wrong?
>PS - I would be happy to use a pre-prepared configure file for Solaris if
>someone has one :)
>
>Many thanks,
>Barak
>
>
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