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[ REQ 5003]: build problems on hp9000/7xx
I recently downloaded the Geomview X11 beta source code and have been trying to build the system on an hp9000/715 (running hpux 9.0.1). I believe I have overcome most of the problems but I have yet to build a working system. The version I have was ftp'd recently from the Geometry Center. The version, according to the README.x11 file is: Geomview/OOGL Release 1.4.2 The Geometry Center Beta Source Release for X11 April 16, 1994 I am using hp's /bin/cc, not gcc. At this point, the problems that remain (which are probably related) are: src/bin/geomview/x11/O.x11/gvtooli.c - #include "interface/Tool.mib" is not handled by the compiler and produces the message "Catenated input line too long" when I attempt to run geomview, the following error message is emitted: Error: attempt to add non-widget child "dsm" to parent "main" which supports only widgets I was able to compile gvtooli.c by commenting/uncommenting lines in the source so that Tool.mib is read from a file rather than included in the source. I also copied Tool.mib into "interface/Tool.mib" relative to the executable "gvx". As for the second problem (non-widget error), I have been unable to locate the string "dsm" in any of the .c, .h, or .mib files. I would appreciate any suggestions you may have to help me resolve these problems. Additional information: I am using X11R5 and Motif1.2 libraries. Many of the problems from my first attempt to make the system were resolved by adding -D_HPUX_SOURCE to the compile options. I also had to add "-lXm -lXt -lXext -lX11" in several of the Makefiles so that all symbols would be resolved by /bin/ld. Added #define/#undef pair in porting.c so that alloca would be compiled. Some personal information: I work for Motorola. My use of geomview is not related to Motorola business. I am a graduate student at Arizona State University working on a MSCS with emphasis in Computer Graphics and Scientific Visualization - my interest in Geomview is related to my academic studies. Thanks, Steve Talent (talent at chdasic.sps.mot.com)
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