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From:Thimble Smith Date:January 5 2001 9:00am
Subject:Re: Bug report (MacOS X Beta)
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On Fri, Jan 05, 2001 at 12:24:07AM +0200, Michael Widenius wrote:
> Kiwi> The std lib of OS X and the "libphp4.lo" (that links
> against libmysqlclient.a) both contained the symbol. The
> problem comes from the "libmysql/Makefile.in" file. This
> file is referring the source file "strto.*" instead of
> "strtol.*". The "strtol" function is then always compiled in
> the library, even if it is not needed.
> 
> I did a quick check of this:
> (/my/mysql/libmysql) grep strto Makefile.in
> 
> I can't see any references to strto.* here ?

He's complaining about the Makefile.in in php4/ext/mysql/libmysql
I think.

We used to have strto.lo listed in our old Makefile.am, which was
incorrect.  But I've just gotten a fresh CVS copy of PHP4, and I
don't see strto listed in the Makefile.in, so I'm not sure how
this error is happening.  At any rate, it's a PHP bug, not a
MySQL bug.  I'd be glad to help, but I can't find the offending
line in the PHP Makefile.in, either.

Tim

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Bug report (MacOS X Beta)Michael Widenius4 Jan
  • Re: Bug report (MacOS X Beta)Thimble Smith5 Jan
Re: Bug report (MacOS X Beta)Mr.Y.SHIVAKANT5 Jan