[sword-devel] GCC 3.2
Wed, 9 Oct 2002 14:54:57 +0100
Just to try and clear things up.
Sword CVS still compiles fine with gcc 3.2. ok, it errors if you compile with debug, but that is a
minor issue that needs work and you shouldn't be compiling with debug if you just want to run it.
If you are running with debug, fix it and post patches, or else just be patient till the warnings
get dealt with ;) So that is available right now.
1.5.4 compiles with gcc 3.2 as well with same debug issue.
Also, Martin posted to the bibletime list on 24 Sep saying that CVS now compiles with gcc 3.2 so
that should work to. I assume the next release will be ready when it is ready.
No idea of the status of gnomesword.
Hope that helps :)
On 9 Oct 2002 at 12:37, anton & kylie sent forth the message:
> Hello from Australia Sword developers,
> I too have just updated to Mandrake 9.0 and believe that my problems are
> just the same as Fred outlined below.
> I know you are all working hard on Sword, so I don't want to hassle
> anyone. Therefore could someone give me a rough guess as to when a GCC
> 3.2 compilable version of Sword and Bibletime might be available.
> in Christ
> Anthony Kerr
> On Sun, 2002-09-29 at 19:07, Fred Laxton wrote:
> I just installed Mandrake 9.0 (final), which has GCC 3.2. Sword
> compiled fine, but neither BibleTime or GnomeSword would compile. I
> plan to volunteer to set up RPMs for Mandrake 9.0 for Sword, BibleTime
> and GnomeSword as soon as they work ;-) and post them on MandrakeClub.
> Maybe they will become a part of the next official release of Mandrake?
> I already had installed all three on Yellow Dog Linux, which also uses
> KDE3 but uses the older GCC 2.95 compiler.
> So it seems like neither GnomeSword or BibleTime have been updated. I
> joined the GnomeSword mailling list and inquired about this, but haven't
> heard back yet. No response from the Bibletime mailing list
> subscription as of yet (it's been one day).
> David's Mailing List and Spam Reciever wrote:
> > What kind of support for gcc3.2 does sword have? And bibletime and gnomesword
> > for that matter. I was thinking about making some packages for gentoo linux,
> > but I need to be sure that gcc3.2 is supported since alot of people are
> > upgrading to gentoo 1.4 which uses gcc3.2 (it's a source based distribution
> > that has a package system that's sorta like BSD's ports)
> > Also does the install manager work yet? I noticed that the VCL component
> > didn't have any make files or configure script or anything when I tried to
> > build it earlier? Was that just forgotten?
> > And while I have everyone's attention who do I yell at to get put on the
> > bt-devel list? I've applied several times but never got approved.