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Re: [Libguestfs] hivex-1.2.7 build failure on Ubuntu 10.04, rpl_getopt, rpl_optind



On Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 10:32:44PM +0000, Daniel Teitsort wrote:
> I'm trying to build hivex 1.2.7 on Ubuntu 10.04, and get the following failure:
> 
> 	Making all in xml
> 	make[2]: Entering directory `/opt/sandbox/src/hivex/hivex-1.2.7/xml'
>   	  CC     hivexml-hivexml.o
>   	  CCLD   hivexml
> 	hivexml-hivexml.o: In function `main':
> 	/opt/sandbox/src/hivex/hivex-1.2.7/xml/hivexml.c:86: undefined reference to `rpl_getopt'
> 	/opt/sandbox/src/hivex/hivex-1.2.7/xml/hivexml.c:100: undefined reference to `rpl_optind'
> 	/opt/sandbox/src/hivex/hivex-1.2.7/xml/hivexml.c:133: undefined reference to `rpl_optind'
> 	collect2: 
> 	ld returned 1 exit status
> 	make[2]: *** [hivexml] Error 1
> 
> 
> (For completeness, I should say the building is occuring in a chroot environment where an Ubuntu 10.04 image resides, not on an Ubuntu 10.04 machine proper.  But, I doubt this has anything to do with the problem.)
> 
> Perhaps something has gone wrong in the adoptions of a replacement getopt and optind?  Said adoption was apparently triggered by the configure script, which reported:
> 
> 	checking for working GNU getopt function... 
> 	no
> 
> This in turn was likely due to this bit in the config script, since Ubuntu 10.04 reportedly uses 2.11 of glibc:
> 
>       /* This code fails on glibc 2.11.  */
>       {
>          char *argv[] = { "program", "-b", "-a", NULL };
>          optind = opterr = 0;
>          if (getopt (3, argv, "+:a:b") != 'b')
>            result |= 64;
>          else if (getopt (3, argv, "+:a:b") != ':')
>            result |= 64;
>       }
>       return result;
> 
> 
> I am able to build hivex 1.2.5 in this environment just fine.
> 
> I don't need hivexml, but haven't yet figured out how to turn off its build, and suspect other getopt uses will need to be replaced, anyhow.
> 
> Any suggestions?

/me hums and grumbles about gnulib ...

Rich.

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