Re: gnome-libs- configure failure on Solaris 2.6 -- doesn't re cognize db-3.3.11

>>>>> Frey, Zachary <zachary frey il proquest com> writes:

     > Hi,

     > I'm trying to compile the latest stable GNOME on Solaris 2.6, and
     > I've run into a snag configuring gnome-libs- (same behavior
     > occurs with gnome-libs-1.2.13):

     > $ CFLAGS=-I/usr/local/apps/include ./configure
     > --prefix=/usr/local/apps [...]  checking for dbopen... no checking
     > for dbopen in -ldb... no checking for dbopen in -ldb1... no checking
     > for __db185_open in -ldb-3... yes checking for db.h... no checking
     > for db_185.h... no checking for db1/db.h... no configure: error:
     > Berkeley db library required for Gnome $


     > configure:8323: gcc -E -I/usr/local/apps/include/gtk-1.2
     > -I/usr/local/apps/incl ude/glib-1.2
     > -I/usr/local/apps/lib/glib/include -I/usr/openwin/include conftest.
     > c >/dev/null 2>conftest.out configure:8319:20: db1/db.h: No such
     > file or directory configure: failed program was: #line 8318
     > "configure" #include "confdefs.h" #include <db1/db.h>

     > So, it looks like my problem is that /usr/local/apps/include is not
     > specified on the test compile line.  Shouldn't the CFLAGS=... have
     > forced it to be there?  Have I found a configure bug, or am I just
     > doing something braindead?

     > Thanks,

     > Zach

Just use the CPPFLAGS variable - it holds C preprocessor flags, since as
you can see only preprocessing ('gcc -E') is done when looking for header

,----[ configure ]
| # CFLAGS is not in ac_cpp because -g, -O, etc. are not valid cpp options.
| ac_cpp='$CPP $CPPFLAGS'


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