06-27-2013 12:39 AM - last edited on 06-27-2013 07:08 PM by maikoro
I am trying to compile gnuplot in our development server, but I am encountering a problem when I do it. I have downloaded the latest gnuplot from sourceforge, v4.6.3, and I am not sure whether is it really compatible with my current system:
OS: OVMS 8.3-1H1
C: HP C v7.1
What I have done:
1. Downloaded gnuplot 4.6.3 source codes from sourceforge (.tar.gz).
2. Extracted in OpenVMS server using gzip and vmstar.
3. Executed $@ configure.vms inside root of extracted directory.
4. Executed $ mmk inside [.src]
I also tried to use the buildvms.com inside the [.config] folder and it was failing as well.
Any hints on how I can compile and produce a working .exe file? Thanks!
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06-27-2013 05:14 AM
Indded, configure.vms doesn't have a test for <stdbool.h> (which is a C99 feature). Adding HAVE_STDBOOL = 1 to configure.vms would do, as would hand editing config.h (adding a proper test for support would be better)
Alternatively, adding /STANDARD=ANSI89 to CFLAGS would work.