[tex-k] compile error of ptex with new libkpathsea 2009
hille42 at web.de
Sun Dec 20 18:33:48 CET 2009
On 19.12.09 Karl Berry (karl at freefriends.org) wrote:
> > /home/hille/ptex-bin-3.1.10+0.04b/tetex-src-3.0/texk/web2c/ptex-src-3.1.10/tex2.c:3476:
> > undefined reference to `kpse_make_tex_discard_errors'
> I speculate that a different (old) types.h is being read in the
> tex*.c compilations, because otherwise the identifier
> kpse_make_tex_discard_errors would not have survived to link time.
> Mixture of old and new objects?
I guess you're right: the source package uses a stripped version of
teTeX 3.0 (using kpathsea4), reads the header files from this library
but finally tries to link to the system-kpathsea5 lib. No wonder,
that this fails....
> Add -save-temps to the tex2.c gcc line and see what types.h file
> the .i file is reading.
# 1 "../../kpathsea/types.h" 1
# 26 "../../kpathsea/types.h"
, which is the header file from teTeX 3.0, i.e. kpathsea4.
I guess we have to port ptex to kpathsea5 if this is even necessary.
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