Compile problem on OpenBSD
sasha at aftercode.net
Thu Aug 16 17:19:24 CEST 2007
Marc Lehmann wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 14, 2007 at 02:57:45AM -0700, trevorv at riseup.net wrote:
>> I'm trying to install rxvt-unicode on OpenBSD (perhaps this is a bad
>> idea to start with?) and am having a problem when running `make'. I get;
> it might be a bad idea not to use a release version if you want to get
> something just running. although last I looked (which was a considerable
> time ago), openbsd did not support the C++ language (many stdlib functions
> missing "for security reasons"), and urxvt is written in C++ and notably
> uses the C locale and string functions. YMMV, but even if openbsd now has
> the missing functions they might only work for ASCII, so urxvt might not
> be that useful.
>> xpm.C: In member function `bool bgPixmap_t::render()':
>> xpm.C:909 error: `success' undeclared (first use this function)
> It might help to tell us which version you used, or when you made the
> It would also be helpful if you explained what you didm, e.g. how you
> configured urxvt.
Fixed that one - my bad - did not check compile without libAfterImage.
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