OpenOffice compile error

Tushar Teredesai tushar at linuxfromscratch.org
Wed Mar 12 06:49:00 PST 2003


Frank Gore wrote:

>Ok, so I grep'ed the source tree and found every instance of:
>
>extern int errno;
>
>and commented them out. Directly beneath those, I added the line:
>
>#include <errno.h>
>
>I even made a patch so that I can do it at will... There weren't all that many 
>files that needed this treatment. However it didn't fix the compile problem. 
>It still fails at the exact same place with the exact same error. All the 
>files referenced by the error are binary files. I did another grep on the 
>source tree, and it didn't find any other instances of:
>
>extern int errno;
>
>anywhere... what else do I need to do to get this working?
>  
>
    * If you created two directories (one pre-patch and one post patch),
      you may be compiling in the pre-patch directory, have done that
      many times:)
    * You should restart the compilation from the begining, do a "dmake
      clean".


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