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From: Nitin Borwankar <nitin at borwankar dot com>
Subject: Re: Open Client on the server...
Date: Jan 11 1996 12:00AM

You don't necessarily need to have Open Client on the
server unless you are building Sybperl on the server machine.
I am sure a number of people on the list who have
*Unix* clients have Open Client on the client machine
but not necessarily on the server machine.
In your case since you are using only Windows clients
you need to get Open Client on the server machine.

In your message you, Loren Delamarter, said in most eloquent fashion
> Does everyone on this list have Open Client on the server?
> (i.e. purchased it as a separate product?)
> It seems I don't have it and can't make Sybperl without it.
> In our environment (Solaris2.4,Sybase10.0.2,Perl5.001m), all of 
> the clients are Windows, so we purchased "Open Client for Windows".
> There is a ctpublic.h  file in the MS Win version, 
> which I copied to the server include directory.
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks, Loren
> ____________________________________________________________________
> Here's the results:
> $ make
> cc -c -O -Kpic -I/usr/local/lib/perl5/sun4-solaris/CORE -DCTLIBVS=100
> -DSYBPLVER='"2.01"' -DUNDEF_BUG -I/opt/sybase/include CTlib.c
> "CTlib.c", line 618: warning: semantics of ">" change in ANSI C; use
> explicit cast
> "CTlib.c", line 1186: warning: statement not reached
> Running Mkbootstrap for Sybase::CTlib ()
> chmod 644
> LD_RUN_PATH="" cc -o blib/auto/Sybase/CTlib/ -G CTlib.o   -lintl
> -ldl -lm
> chmod 755 blib/auto/Sybase/CTlib/
> cp ./blib/auto/Sybase/CTlib/
> chmod 644 blib/auto/Sybase/CTlib/
> cp blib/Sybase/
> chmod 644 blib/Sybase/
> AutoSplitting Sybase::CTlib (./blib/auto/Sybase/CTlib)
> $ make test
> /usr/local/bin/perl -I./blib -I./blib -I/usr/local/lib/perl5/sun4-solaris
> -I/usr/local/lib/perl5 -e 'use Test::Harness qw(&runtests $verbose);
> $verbose=0; runtests @ARGV;' t/*.t
> t/ctlib.............FAILED on test 0
> Failed 1 test, 0.00% okay.
> Files=0,  Tests=0,  0 secs ( 0.49 cusr  0.07 csys =  0.56 cpu)