Error in inn-BETA-2000705 which was NOT seen in inn-BETA-20000703
rra at stanford.edu
Wed Jul 12 06:16:05 UTC 2000
Brian Kantor <brian at UCSD.Edu> writes:
>>> /usr/lib/libresolv.a(res_send.o)(.text+0x33): undefined reference to
> That sure looks like BSD/OS 4.1 - they moved some defines and such
> around in some of the include files, and now you have to include
> arpa/inet.h in a whole lot of places you didn't need it before. Grrr.
> #define inet_ntoa __inet_ntoa
> is the critical line in that include file.
> I'm not sure WHY they did this. Maybe it's a POSIXism?
Except that looking at the linker error messages, the reference to
inet_ntoa was in libresolv. So there isn't anything that INN can do at
the level of including header files; libresolv apparently expects
something on the system to be providing an inet_ntoa library function.
(Checking, all INN source files that call inet_ntoa appear to already
Russ Allbery (rra at stanford.edu) <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/>
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