[postgis-users] Problems Compiling GEOS 3.0
bthoen at gisnet.com
Thu Jun 19 08:36:01 PDT 2008
Excellent! Thanks, that solved my problem. Apparently gcc ver 4.3.0 that
comes with FC 9 has "improved" header files, so now developers are going
to have to explicitly include header files that used to be part of other
header files. This is going to cause a lot of grief for a while I bet!
- Bill Thoen
Luigi Castro Cardeles wrote:
> here is the solution. i found that at gentoo maillist.
> best regards,
> 2008/6/18 Frank Warmerdam <warmerdam at pobox.com
> <mailto:warmerdam at pobox.com>>:
> Bill Thoen wrote:
> This probably is the wrong list to whinge about this, but I
> don't know if there is a geos-users list. Please point me in
> the right direction if so.
> Anyway, I'm having lots of problems running make on GEOS 3.0.
> Errors saying "'DoubleBits.cpp memcpy' was not declared in
> this scope. and the same for strtod in StringTokenizer.cpp. It
> looks like there are some #include statements missing or I
> have a non-standard set of *.h files (I'm using Fedora Core 9,
> Anyone else have problems like this and how do I correct it?
> I presume this is an issue with a very new gcc version that is
> about something. I've heard the gcc team is "improving" their include
> files to avoid including stuff that isn't required so perhaps
> include file needs to be pulled in deliberately now.
> There is a geos mailing list, and trac at:
> I would suggest you file a ticket, including information on the gcc
> version, and a capture of the build errors. You also might want to try
> building from "svn trunk" to see if this problem has already been
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