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From: Mark Thornber <>
To: "Wiegert, Arnold" <>
Cc: "''" <>
Subject: Re: compiling/linking a parser under Solaris
Date: Thu, 05 Jul 2001 00:34:00 -0000	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <> (raw)
In-Reply-To: <>


As Mo says, the missing library is flex, which is _not_ on Solaris by
default.  You will need to install from the usual places - try


"Wiegert, Arnold" wrote:
> Hi,
> I've downloaded and installed SourceNavigator. It looks pretty good so far.
> However since most of our work involves cross-compiling under Solaris for an
> embedded system running Motorola 68K CPUs, I need to add a assembly code
> parser for the 68K CPUs - using the Green Hills OASYS cross-compiler.
> I have gotten as far as modifying a basic 68K..m4; it seems to get
> translated properly to C and using a version of a GNU C compiler, I get as
> far as the linking step, where it complains about a missing library:
>         wiegert/scsi2:awiegert@fairmont[226] gmake test
>         gnucc -o abrowser abrowser.o -L../../../../sdk/lib -lm -ldl -lfl
> -lsnptools -ldbutils -lpafdb -ltcl8.1 -lutils
>         ld: fatal: library -lfl: not found
>         ld: fatal: File processing errors. No output written to abrowser
>         make: *** [abrowser] Error 1
>         awiegert/scsi2:awiegert@fairmont[227]
> Where might I find this library on a Solaris system - I've already had to
> hunt down a GNU make and compiler :)
> Thank you in advance for any help.
> Arnold
> ========================================================================
> Arnold Wiegert
> Software Engineer               Tel: (604) 293-4399 ext.4814
> Glenayre Technologies           Email:
> 1570 Kootenay St.
> Vancouver, BC  V5K-5B8
> ========================================================================

  parent reply	other threads:[~2001-07-05  0:34 UTC|newest]

Thread overview: 4+ messages / expand[flat|nested]  mbox.gz  Atom feed  top
2001-07-04 13:45 Wiegert, Arnold
2001-07-04 14:50 ` Mo DeJong
2001-07-05  0:34 ` Mark Thornber [this message]
2001-07-09  9:35 Wiegert, Arnold

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