I'm interested in the ./configure file. It will sure make my life easier.
By looking at the Makefile, it seems like I have to remove a lot of
lines of codes out if I don't install gmake.
Anyway, I'll try to find gmake, get it install. If not, I'll remove
the gmake syntax.
On 1/9/06, Andrew Langmead <aml@worl...> wrote:
> On Jan 8, 2006, at 6:29 PM, Pamalite Kensington wrote:
> > I don't have gmake on our systems.
> > Perhaps is there any other workaround that I can use?
> If you have the appropriate privileges to install packages on your
> machine, you can get a gmake package for Solaris 7 at
> <http://www.sunfreeware.com/indexsparc7.html> >
> If you don't, I'd think that the easiest thing to do would be to look
> for the gmake specific "ifeq/endif" sections in the file named
> Makefile, and edit them
> as appropriate (if you want a debug build, remove the "ifeq ($(DEBUG),
> 1)" and "endif" but leave the stuff in between. If you don't want a
> debug build
> remove all the contents between the "ifeq ($(DEBUG),1)" and the "endif".
> The decisions that seem to be made in the makefile are whether it is
> a debug or production build (up to you), your OS (solaris), whether
> you have
> IPv6 support (you don't for Solaris 7), whether your man pages are
> in /usr/share/man (they are), and where you startup scripts go (/etc/
> init.d and runlevel directories in parallel directories off of /etc)
> At one point I submitted some patches to allow mDNSResponder to be
> built with an autoconf "configure" script. That would have gotten rid
> of most, if
> not all the gmake-isms in the Makefile. (It also figured out whether
> you needed "-DNOT_HAVE_SA_LEN" defined, or have IPv6 support.)
> Unfortunately, no one seemed to be interested. (or at least the
> people with the power to integrate the patch into the public CVS
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