silly man pages -> cpp doesn't like undef
gerard at linuxfromscratch.org
Thu Nov 16 05:12:36 PST 2000
On November 16, 2000 07:56 am, you wrote:
> Sami wrote:
> >I had the same problem as described below. I browsed through the log-
> >files that were created when compiling X and noticed that there were
> >complaints that cpp program didn't recognize an '-undef' option.
> >That is why the few man-pages weren't created.
> >I removed the '-undef' option from an Imake.tmpl file (or similar)
> >in the config section of the source tree and recomplied. Now everything
> >works fine.
> The cpp used in this case is /lib/cpp, which *really* doesn't like the
> option '-undef'. This is not like to be expected, the option is mentioned
> in the gcc-manpage,
> so I guess, that it has to work.
> Can someone in LFS-country have a look at the compiler installation or at
> least try "/lib/cpp -undef"?
gerard:~$ /lib/cpp -undef
cpp: Invalid option `-undef'
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