pescetti at cs.unipr.it
Tue Jan 10 09:00:52 CET 2006
Jorge Navas wrote:
> Dear Andrea,
> One month ago, I sent you an email in which I explained a problem during
> the execution of the command "make". You suggested a problem with the GiNaC
> library. Since the problem keeps happening, at the end of this email I
> attach you the "configure" log file as you suggested in a previous email.
I answered your second e-mail back in December, telling you that your
GCC need to be upgraded. I attach it below in case you didn't get it. I
still believe that upgrading GCC will solve your problem.
Documentation and installation script have been updated in the meantime,
so I recommend that you run a "cvs update" before installing again.
Of course we are still available for any problems you might have and we
would appreciate receiving feedback.
From: Andrea Pescetti <pescetti at cs.unipr.it>
To: Jorge Navas <jorge at clip.dia.fi.upm.es>
Cc: purrs-devel at cs.unipr.it
Subject: Re: [PURRS-devel] make
Date: Sun, 18 Dec 2005 18:40:08 +0100
Jorge Navas wrote:
> > is GiNaC correctly installed and configured on your system?
> It looks like OK
> > You might want to post a compressed version of config.log, the
> > "configure" log file, for us to be able to better identify the problem.
> Yes, please.
Dear Jorge, I hope you will forgive the few days of delay that were
necessary for me to track down your problem.
I set up a Linux system as close as possible to yours, ran several tests
and concluded that you will need to upgrade your GCC from the 3.3 series
to the 3.4 series. We will shortly update our documentation.
This means you will have to:
* download the source package of GCC 3.4.5 (GCC 4.0.2 should work as
well, but I haven't checked; GCC 3.3.6, the last in the GCC 3.3 series,
* configure it with a prefix different than /usr in order not to
interfere with your current GCC 3.3.3 installation
* compile and install it
* recompile with the new GCC the PURRS dependencies, i.e., GMP, CLN,
GiNaC, NTL, GIAC, CGICC. This part will be lengthy but completely
automated if you use the dependency installation script that comes with
PURRS in infrastructure/depinst.
Should you want detailed, step-by-step, instructions, I'll be glad to
provide them. Just ask.
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