I assure you that I had that problem and I solved it with the posted
trick...I've tried with a lot of configurations, with different
berkeley db libraries version, with and without libxml2, trying to
imitate the same walkthrough I made when installing swish-e (./congure
-> make -> crash -> install libxml2 -> make -> crash -> make clean ->
configure -> make -> crash (db_create) -> install libdb4.5 -> ...)
etc....But nothing :\
But in this little research I've found some issues:
* Configure didn't break down if the machine didn't have libxml2, the
same happened with berkeley library crashing the compilation in
db_create function because -ldb was not linked.
* In my machine, (Ubuntu 8.04 on Parallels (x86) (OS X)), if libdb4.6/
libdb4.6-dev is installed the compilation crashes but this is solved
I'll understand if you don't trust in my word, je...
I'm sorry, it was my fault.
Keep up the good work.
Gorka Lertxundi Osa
On Feb 23, 2009, at 3:45 PM, Peter Karman wrote:
> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote on 02/21/2009 02:40 PM:
>> Hi folks,
>> I've been trying to compile swish-e 2.7.0 daily release. I found some
>> troubles when compiling with 'undefined reference' referencing to
>> parse_HTML parse_XML and parse_TXT functions if i'm not wrong. The
>> problem is that the file 'parser.c' is not included into the swish-e
>> library. To solve this I added parser.c and parser.h to the variable
>> "libswish_e_la_SOURCES" in both 'src/Makefile.am' and 'src/
> thanks for the report.
> I'm a little suspicious though, since libswishe is for searching only,
> and should not need the parser. Also, I've compiled 2.6 branch (the
> version shows 2.7.0 in configure per the +1 schema for development
> numbering) on several different machines without those errors.
> Please let us know which compiler, platform, etc., you are using, and
> what the exact error message(s) were.
> Peter Karman . peter(at)not-real.peknet.com . http://peknet.com/
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