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[opensuse-buildservice] Problem with build for 11.0
  • From: "Dr. Axel Braun" <axel.braun@xxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2008 08:39:00 +0200
  • Message-id: <200807110839.00677.axel.braun@xxxxxx>
Gents,

may I ask for your advice...I have some troubles building packages for suse
11.0.

the error test is:
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Reading site-wide parameters from ./config.site.
Hmm, looks like a i686-pc-linux-gnu system.
Using /usr/bin/gcc for a C compiler (set CC to override).
Looks like /usr/bin/gcc supports the -g option.
... but not together with the -O option, not using it.
Looks like /usr/bin/gcc has an ANSI C preprocessor.
... but __ANSI_CPP__ is not automatically defined, will compensate.
Looks like /usr/bin/gcc supports the -M option for generating make
dependencies.
Using /usr/bin/g++ for a C++ compiler (set CXX to override).
Looks like /usr/bin/g++ supports the -g option.
Using " -g" for C++ compiler options.
Looks like /usr/bin/g++ has an ANSI C preprocessor.
... but __ANSI_CPP__ is not automatically defined, will compensate.
Using /usr/bin/make to configure the software.
Using "include file" syntax for Makefiles.
Looks like make supports "sinclude" for conditional includes.
Using /bin/bash to process command scripts.

Missing C++ runtime support for g++ (/usr/bin/g++).

Compilation of the following test program failed:

----------------------------------------------------------
#include "iostream.h"
int main(){ cout << "Hello World!" << endl; return 0;}
----------------------------------------------------------

Usually this is because you do not have a standard C++ library
installed on your system or you have installed it in a non-standard
location. If you do not have a C++ library installed, then you must
install it. If it is installed in a non-standard location, then you
should configure the compiler so that it will automatically be found.

(For recent gcc releases this is libstdc++, for older gcc - libg++)
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In the .spec for the project this libstdc++ is included:

BuildRequires: libjpeg-devel, libtiff-devel, zlib-devel, gcc, gcc-c++,
libstdc++

...and another project runs fine with these settings.
What is the problem in 11.0?

Thx
Axel

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