On 28/11/2013 05:10 p.m., Cesar Romani wrote:
> On 28/11/2013 01:18 a.m., Konovalov, Vadim wrote:
> >> From: vim_dev@... On Behalf Of tux.
> >> Konovalov, Vadim schrob am Mittwoch, 27. November 2013 um 06:46 Zeit:
> >>> I can investigate later today, if you wish.
> >> I'd like you to. :)
> > ActivePerl 5.18.1 binaries are built with VC6 compiler, with in turn
> > have some applied service-packs.
> > (I have VC6 without the mentioned SPs)
> > The "config.h" file that comes with this said Activeperl has "long
> > long" in it, and this isn't supported by the VC6 that I have, hence
> > there are number of compiler errors.
> > When I've adjusted "long long" with __int64, the build process went
> > on, but then some internal error happened.
> > Maybe I will find a workaround for the VC6, or will use newer VC - I
> > haven't decided yet.
> > "Correct" solution is to use supported compiler that understand "long
> > long", such as mingw.
> It doesn't work either. I'm using MinGW with gcc 4.6.2 on Windows 7.
> I get the following error:
> gobjZi386/if_perl.o:if_perl.c:(.text+0x37e1): undefined reference to
> gobjZi386/if_perl.o:if_perl.c:(.text+0x3fc5): undefined reference to
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> make: *** [gvim.exe] Error 1
> Error by compiling gvim.exe
> The same error happens with MinGW-W64, gcc 4.8.1 on Windows 7.
I found a solution:
libperl518.a needs to be added on the link line.
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