[squid-users] Re: my "CPPUNIT" is "broken"... ;-) ?

From: Linda W <squid-user@dont-contact.us>
Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2006 13:49:05 -0800

Henrik Nordstrom wrote:
> Only from the main CVS (cvs.squid-cache.org)

	That's what I used:
export CVSROOT=':pserver:anoncvs@cvs.squid-cache.org:/squid'
cvs co [update] squid3
>> 	The error messages...
> this file is generated when you run configure. Or more exacly when
> configure recursively runs the configure script in lib/cppunit-1.10.1/
	Yep...see that and a recursive config.log in cppunit-1.10.1
>> 	Sorry for what might be simplistic, basic questions, but am trying to
>> generate squid from CVS for first time (vs. from some distro's "RPM"...).
> You should probably start by using a nightly snapshot instead of CVS.
	That's what I started with, but I had problems with (make used
gawk to transform input options, but new ".gawk" script wasn't yet made a
part of nightly snapshot..:-) (darned if I do and darned if I don't)).
> But the CVS does build fine here and for all other developers active in
> Squid-3 development...
	Likely I have something "obvious" missing from my environment
(*doh*: you mean I need to have a C compiler installed?!).  But wouldn't
the other developers generally build from the developer CVS on 
	Last output from configure is:
config.status: executing default commands
creating include/cppunit/config-auto.h - prefix CPPUNIT for config/config.h defines
/* automatically generated CVS/ config/ contrib/ doc/ examples/ include
It it, I see a bunch of defines starting with "CPPUNIT_" that are "broken". 
They have the embedded control characters (^A and ^B) as though they were
place holders for values some script should have filled in:
/* define if the library defines strstream */
#ifndef CPPUNIT_^A
#define CPPUNIT_^A ^B
/* Define to 1 if you have the <cmath> header file. */
#ifndef CPPUNIT_^A
#define CPPUNIT_^A ^B
Maybe my configure options are sufficiently "weird" so as to cause
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