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Hi everyone!! I’m glad to be member of the most wonderful linux community!!I’m porting a product that has been installed in AIX and compiled with XLC to linux red hat ...
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- 07-17-2009 #1
- Join Date
- May 2009
boolean_t in RHEL5
gcc -c -DLINUX -I/home/oracle/Open2/COMMON/inc -I/home/oracle/Open2/dbg -I. -I/home/oracle/Open2/ps/inc -I/home/oracle/Open2/ps/BOF/inc -I/home/oracle/Open2/ps/inc -I/home/oracle/Open2/com/inc -I/home/oracle/Open2/syu/inc -I/home/oracle/Open2/lng/inc -I/usr/local/oracle/9.2.0/precomp/public /home/oracle/Open2/ps/src_GUILIB/ps_guilib_check.c
In file included from /home/oracle/Open2/ps/inc/ps_sdllib_data.h:88,
/home/oracle/Open2/ps/inc/ps_parslib_parsers.h:365: erreur: expected ‘=’, ‘,’, ‘;’, ‘asm’ or ‘__attribute__’ before ‘CheckAndAssign_String’
/home/oracle/Open2/ps/inc/ps_parslib_parsers.h:376: erreur: expected ‘=’, ‘,’, ‘;’, ‘asm’ or ‘__attribute__’ before ‘get_send_log_flag’
In file included from /home/oracle/Open2/ps/src_GUILIB/ps_guilib_check.c:51:
/home/oracle/Open2/ps/inc/ps_sdllib_data.h:297: erreur: expected specifier-qualifier-list before ‘boolean_t’
/home/oracle/Open2/ps/inc/ps_sdllib_data.h:368: erreur: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘boolean_t’
as u see there is something wrong with the definition of boolean_t so i bring here some of the .c code where the error is detected:
boolean_t CheckAndAssign_String(unsigned char dst_string,
unsigned char *src_string,
void get_error_prod_mng(int *);
void set_error_prod_mng(int );
as you see all the errors are related to the boolean_t definition am i right ?!!is the boolean_t type is not defined in the linux red hat.
i will be grateful if u help me with this!!
- 07-17-2009 #2
- Join Date
- Apr 2009
- I can be found either 40 miles west of Chicago, or in a galaxy far, far away.
Please move this to the Linux Programming and Scripting forum. You'll get more help there. In any case, you need to check the compiler defines required by the Oracle libraries for Linux in general (such as the -DLINUX that you used), and Red Hat in particular. Also, you didn't mention which version of Red Hat and the compiler that your are using, which can be of critical importance.
Ok. I see now you are using RHEL 5. Still, no mention of the compiler version you are using.Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!