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RE: _GETTEXT undefined problem
- From: Searle Mr JR <J dot R dot Searle at rmcs dot cranfield dot ac dot uk>
- To: 'Max Bowsher ' <maxb at ukf dot net>, "'cygwin at cygwin dot com '" <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Sat, 19 Jul 2003 17:47:23 +0100
- Subject: RE: _GETTEXT undefined problem
Thanks for the reply. I will certainly pass on your comments to the
In the meantime, your help was enough to point me to manually adding
"-lintl" (and in one place, "-liconv") to four of the GNUMakefiles
generated by the configure programme.
Perhaps an ungraceful solution, but now the app does actually build, so
thanks very much!
Now all I have to do is wrestle with the differences between OpenMotif and
LessTif, as currently the app works OK in console mode, but segfaults as
soon as I try to start it in GUI mode....
From: Max Bowsher
To: Searle Mr JR; email@example.com
Sent: 19/07/03 13:51
Subject: Re: _GETTEXT undefined problem
Searle Mr JR wrote:
> /usr/bin/gcc -L/home/otb/OTB_Intnl_ABCA/lib -L/usr/X11R6/lib
> -o bmap_to_lmap
> bmap_to_lmap.o(.text+0x186):bmap_to_lmap.c: undefined reference to
There is no -lintl on the gcc command line to tell it to look for a
This only worked on Linux because gettext is built into libc there. This
a bug in the applications configure/make arrangements. Tell the
they will probably fix it.
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