I’m trying to use IT++ library in Windows 10. To this end, I need to make a "configure" script from "configure.ac.in" file which provided in IT++ library using autoconf on MSYS. I encountered these errors: [email protected] /c/itpp-4.3.1 $ autoconf configure.ac.in /c/MinGW/bin/autoconf-2.68: line 501: /mingw/bin/autom4te-2.68: No such file or directory /c/MinGW/bin/autoconf-2.68: line 501: exec: /mingw/bin/autom4te-2.68: cannot ..
I’m trying to compile and use an up-to-date version of zeromq for RHEL 5.11 (trust me, I’m as happy as you when dealing with such old systems). As can not modify/update this RHEL, I set up a CentOS 5.11 which should be equivalent to RHEL 5.11 according to wiki. Unfortunately it does not compile because ..
I’m using Windows with Mingw, installed on path C:mingw-w64 I installed Msys2 on C:msys64 Now I want to install FLTK following the guidelines from here: https://github.com/fltk/fltk/blob/master/README.Windows.txt But at the configure command I get this error: $ ./configure configure: loading site script /etc/config.site configure: error: cannot run /bin/sh ./config.sub What should I do? Thanks! Edit: It ..
I noticed that many Autotools-based projects generate binaries into /path/to/project/lib/.lib folder. This has a side effect for a cross-platform project where the first built project will contaminate the subsequent builds for other platforms. I know that I could use –prefix and –exec-prefix for configure to specify install/deployment directories, but these have no influence on the ..