cyrus-imapd 2.1.13 built with gcc 3.3 on linux (redhat)?

Will Partain will.partain at
Tue Jun 3 07:13:40 EDT 2003

Henrique de Moraes Holschuh <hmh at> writes:

> >    % cd et
> Aha! I don't use that old stuff. I use the new comerr from
> latest kerberos or e2fsprogs packages.

"Aha" is right; thanks for sticking with me, Henrique.

Here's the deal: I was configuring with --with-com_err=yes,
which forces use of the "built-in" stuff the et/ directory.
(Similar things will happen if configure fails to find the
com_err stuff on its own.)  That stuff *will not* compile
with GCC 3.3 (even though it did with previous versions).

I switched to using the RH-provided com_err by doing
--with-com_err=/usr; also required is this tweak to

@@ -5454,3 +5454,3 @@
      if test -d "${with_com_err}/include/et" ; then
-       COM_ERR_CPPFLAGS="-I${with_com_err}/include"
+       COM_ERR_CPPFLAGS="-I${with_com_err}/include/et"

That's that sorted out, then!  Thanks again,


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