Tim Churches wrote:
> I just recompiled perl (5.00503 - the current stable release) on my SuSE
> 6.1 Linux system, using the defaults provided by the configure script in
> every instance. It compiled without errors or warnings and passed all
> tests. I then recompiled DBI-1.13 - it also compiled perfectly and
> passed all tests. Then I recompiled Mysql 3.23.7-alpha - it also
> recompiled fine. Then I tried Msql-Mysql-modules-1.2209 and it fails in
> exactly the same way as before (as noted above), except at line 169 now
> instead of 168.
> OK, it appears that I have both egcs and gcc on my system. How do I
> force Perl, DBI, Msql-Mysql-modules and Mysql to all use the same
> compiler? I thought that all I needed to do was set the value of the CC
> environment variable, but that variable is not set at all on my system.
For Perl: Use
This setting will later be used by the modules too.
For MySQL: Use
Note that the use of different C compilers can indeed be a problem,
if they are using different C libraries (for example glibc 2.0 vs.
glibs 2.1) internally.
If you still have problems, send me your "mysqlbug" script and
the output of "perl -V".
Jochen Wiedmann joe@stripped
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