Current glibc options for largefile
davidsen at tmr.com
Wed May 2 18:50:16 UTC 2001
In article <72zocv3ecr.fsf at nd1.eng.demon.net>,
Alex Kiernan <alexk at demon.net> wrote:
| davidsen at tmr.com (bill davidsen) writes:
| > After all the discussion of largefile support under Linux, I see that
| > the current (0502) version still configs with the same options, no
| > XOPEN_SOURCE or GUN_SOURCE here. Moreover, it now doesn't seem to
| > compile happily, getting an error if I add the options to
| > Makefile.global by hand.
| I think you'll need to configure with them, something like:
| CFLAGS=xxxxx ./configure
I've been putting them in Makefile.global by hand, but the question is,
which flags generate a working version these days? Looks like adding
-DXOPEN_SOURCE=500 gets a compile, GNU_SOURCE results in compile
Just wondering, I've been running sm, innxmit and innfeed built from
20010222 and the rest from 20010411 to get a reliable (sorta) machine.
Just wondering if there was a known valid flags set, and why configure
doesn't use it, now that we've talked it to death... I'll go see if I
can detect it reliably automatically, before doing something by hand.
Expect patches or complaints later this week ;-)
bill davidsen <davidsen at tmr.com>
CTO, TMR Associates, Inc
Doing interesting things with little computers since 1979.
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