Sean O'Malley wrote:
I am having a few issues getting openldap-2.3.34 to build in solaris
The first issues is the order of the include files basically anywhere
<avl.h> is included it is picking up /usr/include/sys/avl.h instead of the
openldap avl.h library. You can pretty much just grep for <avl.h> or
"avl.h" and find all the places it conflicts.
This has been reported before in the ITS. I haven't seen this problem,
but I've only been building on Solaris 10 for Sparc. Strange that such a
thing would be architecture-specific. Also, unless something is broken
in your compiler, the order of include-flag processing should mean that
OpenLDAP's avl.h is located first.
The real trick here is I think it is netdb.h requires sys/avl.h
second in portable.h
/* Define to `int' if <sys/socket.h> does not define. */
#define socklen_t int
This should be commented out it is defined as:
typedef size_t socklen_t;
typedef uint32_t socklen_t;
Third. and I didnt document all the places
but #include <netdb.h> isnt being included..
<netdb.h> should not be included in any source files at all since it's
part of <ac/socket.h>.
needs to include
No, it already includes <ac/socket.h>.
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