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lovan at lifesci

Mar 6, 2007, 5:28 PM

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Is anyone working on libspf2 Solaris compatibility?

I've been fighting with getting things working on Solaris 10. After
identifying/fixing a couple problems with the build, I sent in a bug
report via the RT email address.

However, the report came back with an "unknown user" error. Is there
any active development on libspf2?

Thanks!
-Shea

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scott at kitterman

Mar 6, 2007, 6:52 PM

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Re: Is anyone working on libspf2 Solaris compatibility? [In reply to]

On Tuesday 06 March 2007 20:28, Shea Lovan wrote:
> I've been fighting with getting things working on Solaris 10. After
> identifying/fixing a couple problems with the build, I sent in a bug
> report via the RT email address.
>
> However, the report came back with an "unknown user" error. Is there
> any active development on libspf2?
>
I believe that there is not at the moment. The initial developer turned the
project over to someone else to maintain and the maintenance effort was not
sustained.

The lead developer has said that he intends to restart work on maintaining
libspf2, but has not yet done so.

I would recommend sending the information here as I know he is subscribed.

Scott K

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Dan_Mitton at Notes

Mar 7, 2007, 8:19 AM

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Re: Is anyone working on libspf2 Solaris compatibility? [In reply to]

I have libspf2 working on Solaris 8 if that can be of any help to you.

Dan



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I've been fighting with getting things working on Solaris 10. After
identifying/fixing a couple problems with the build, I sent in a bug
report via the RT email address.

However, the report came back with an "unknown user" error. Is there
any active development on libspf2?

Thanks!
-Shea

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Shea A. Lovan
Manager, IT Operations
UCSB Biological Sciences
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
805.893.5294
fax: 805.893.4724

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lovan at lifesci

Mar 7, 2007, 11:22 AM

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Re: Is anyone working on libspf2 Solaris compatibility? [In reply to]

> *From:* Dan_Mitton [at] Notes
> *To:* spf-devel [at] v2
> *Subject:* Re: [spf-devel] Is anyone working on libspf2 Solaris
> compatibility?
> *Date:* Wed, 7 Mar 2007 08:19:30 -0800
>
> I have libspf2 working on Solaris 8 if that can be of any help to you.
>
> Dan

It should help. Do you have the following information available?

* Release number of libspf2
* The "config.log" generated when you built it
* The output from "gcc -v" for the compiler you used

That would get me pointed in the right direction, I think.

Thanks!
-Shea

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