[kde-solaris] Building from 3.5.7

Daniel Rawson daniel.rawson at asml.com
Mon Jul 23 14:31:08 CEST 2007

Michael Lindig wrote:
> Daniel Rawson wrote:
>> Michael Lindig wrote:
>>> Daniel Rawson wrote:
>>>> I'm attempting to build from the modified 3.5.7 source code
>>>> that was provided by Michael Lindig (thanks!!!), but I'm having
>>>> problems with the dependency on libart_lgpl_2.
>>>> I'm running Solaris 10 (01/06) and using gcc 3.4.3 as the
>>>> compiler.  I re-built QT 3.3.8 and it is installed locally.
>>>> When I build kdelibs, it complains about
>>>> /usr/lib/libart_lgpl_2.so with a "Wrong ELFCLASS" message.  I
>>>> re-built libart_lgpl_2 (version 2.3.19) from source; when I use
>>>> the updated library, I get "Undefined symbol" errors on just
>>>> three of the "art_*" symbols:
>>>> Undefined                       first referenced symbol
>>>> in file art_free(void*)
>>>> ./.libs/libkdecore.so art_alloc(unsigned long)
>>>> ./.libs/libkdecore.so art_realloc(void*, unsigned long)
>>>> ./.libs/libkdecore.so
>>>> Any hints will be appreciated!!
>>> is there any -lart_lgpl_2 option at linking? Can you provide the
>>> entire linking command line where libkdecore.so was build? What
>>> are you environment options (CFLAGS, CXXFLAGS, CC, ...)?

> Dan,
> here are the only link-commands where the art_lgpl_2 lib is used ?!

> Did you use the SHELL=/bin/bash Environment? You may also do some
> adjustments with libtool for 64-bit development. I think you should
> better use the 32-bit environment, this simplifies something!
> Hope this helps, Michael 
Michael -

Re-did everything as 32-bit and it's all working . . . . Thanks for your help (and your source code!)


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