Re: compilation error for mplayer plugin
Thanks for your help, I didnt know "auto-apt" !
usefull tool :)
On Thu, 17 Nov 2005 15:37:28 -0500
"Edward J. Shornock" <email@example.com> wrote:
> cqst wrote:
> > hello everyone,
> > I try to compile the mplayer plugin for my web browser.
> > ./configure is OK but when I laucnh "make" I got that :
> > ----------------
> > g++ -c -o plugin-support.o -Wall -g -O2 -g -O2 -DXP_UNIX -DMOZ_X11 -I../gecko-sdk -I../gecko-sdk/include -Iinclude -fPIC -DXPCOM_GLUE -DMOZILLA_STRICT_API -pthread -I/usr/include/glib-2.0 -I/usr/lib/glib-2.0/include -DX_ENABLED Source/plugin-support.cpp
> > Source/plugin-support.cpp: Dans function « int URLcmp(const char*, const char*)
> > »:
> > Source/plugin-support.cpp:302: error: `rpl_malloc' undeclared (first use this
> > function)
> > Source/plugin-support.cpp:302: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported
> > only once for each function it appears in.)
> > make: *** [plugin-support.o] Erreur 1
> > zsh: exit 2 make
> > ----------------
> > I've installed libc-dev and xlibs-dev but it doesnt solved the problem...
> > any help ?
> According to the build depends for the debian package, the following are
> Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 4.1.0), cdbs, xlibs-dev | libx11-dev,
> xlibs-dev | libxpm-dev, xlibs-dev | libice-dev, xlibs-dev | libxt-dev,
> mozilla-dev, pkg-config, libgtk2.0-dev
> Check to make sure that you have libgtk2.0-dev installed. If that still
> doesn't work, you might want to give 'auto-apt' a try.
> $ apt-cache show auto-apt
> Package: auto-apt
> Priority: optional
> Section: admin
> Installed-Size: 216
> Maintainer: Fumitoshi UKAI <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Architecture: i386
> Version: 0.3.20
> Depends: libc6 (>= 2.3.2.ds1-4)
> Recommends: apt, sudo, perl, wget, dpkg-dev
> Suggests: x-terminal-emulator, libgtk-perl, build-essential
> Filename: pool/main/a/auto-apt/auto-apt_0.3.20_i386.deb
> Size: 45610
> MD5sum: 1c04095554a0812cdaaea0a146296c8e
> Description: package search by file and on-demand package installation tool
> auto-apt checks the file access of programs running within its
> environments, and if a program tries to access a file known to
> belong in an uninstalled package, auto-apt will install that
> package using apt-get. This feature requires apt and sudo to work.
> It also provides simple database to search which package contains
> a requesting file.
> Tag: admin::package-management, interface::commandline,
> role::sw:utility, suite::debian, use::downloading, use::searching,