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From:Andrea Fastame Date:May 26 2006 7:47am
Subject:Re: No rule to make target custom.pl - gcc 3.3 & gcc 4.0 - Mac OSX
Tiger 10.4.6 - Mysql 5.0.21 - mysql++ 2.1.1
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I solved it.
Basically I compiled from <path>/mysql++/bui.ld. Notice the "build" 
folder is a folder I usually create to build from scratch. That means 
basically "cd build;../configure". I configured and then made from 
mysql++ root and it worked like a charm. My mistake.
Thanks anyway.



Warren Young ha scritto:

> Andrea Fastame wrote:
>
>>
>> make[1]: *** No rule to make target `custom.pl', needed by `custom.h'.  
>
>
> I just built MySQL++ 2.1.1 on my Mac with a similar configuration.  
> Take a look in MySQL++'s lib subdir -- is custom.pl in fact there?  If 
> not, unpack the tarball again and try again.  If it is, perhaps you do 
> not have a Perl interpreter in your path.
>
> I notice that you're using MySQL from source, rather than the version 
> from Fink, as I am.  I don't know why that would matter, but there's 
> the only significant difference between our two systems that I can see.
>
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No rule to make target custom.pl - gcc 3.3 & gcc 4.0 - Mac OSX Tiger 10.4.6 - Mysql 5.0.21 - mysql++ 2.1.1Andrea Fastame26 May
  • Re: No rule to make target custom.pl - gcc 3.3 & gcc 4.0 - Mac OSXTiger 10.4.6 - Mysql 5.0.21 - mysql++ 2.1.1Warren Young26 May
    • Re: No rule to make target custom.pl - gcc 3.3 & gcc 4.0 - Mac OSXTiger 10.4.6 - Mysql 5.0.21 - mysql++ 2.1.1Andrea Fastame26 May
      • Re: No rule to make target custom.pl - gcc 3.3 & gcc 4.0 - Mac OSXTiger 10.4.6 - Mysql 5.0.21 - mysql++ 2.1.1Warren Young26 May