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From: Michael Peppler <mpeppler at peppler dot org>
Subject: Re: IRIX 64bit problem
Date: Nov 8 2000 11:11PM
Steve Schweinhart writes:
> I've just joined this list and I work as a Perl tools programmer at AOL.
> I have compiled a 64 bit version of Perl on an IRIX64 6.5 system. That
> works just fine. Now I am trying to get SybPerl to work. I have been
> able to get it to compile with minimum changes to the Makefile.PL files
> (basically appending "64" to the list of libraries to include). A 32
> bit version of Perl and SybPerl runs successfully with the same contents
> of PWD.
> However, when I run make test for CTlib for the 64 bit version, I get
> this error:
> It is failing on the buffer param (4th param) in this call in CTlib.c:
> if((retcode = ct_config(context, CS_SET, CS_NETIO, &netio_type,
> CS_UNUSED, NULL)) != CS_SUCCEED)
> croak("Sybase::CTlib initialize: ct_config(netio) failed");
> But netio_type and &netio_type contain the right values during
Weird. Sybperl does work in 64 bit mode on the alpha platform.
Have you tried playing with the netio_type declaration (int, short,
etc) to see if you can get this to work?
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