[Dock-fans] dms installation
sbrozell at scripps.edu
Tue Jul 3 20:05:55 PDT 2007
On Sat, 30 Jun 2007 lpgomes at fiocruz.br wrote:
> I had the following problem in compilation of dms. ANd I would
> like to know what to do.
> Luciano P Gomes
> FIOCRUZ Brasília
> cd libpdb ; make OPT="-O"
> make: Entrando no diretório `/usr/dms/libpdb'
> make: Nada a ser feito para `all'.
> make: Saindo do diretório `/usr/dms/libpdb'
> cc -DDESTLIB=\"/usr/local/lib/dms/\"
> -DSERVER_PATH=\"/usr/local/lib/dms/dmsd\" -Ilibpdb -O -c -o
> input.o input.c
> input.c: In function read_pdb:
> input.c:104: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of
> built-in function strcpy
> input.c:104: error: too many arguments to function strcpy
> input.c:105: error: too many arguments to function strcpy
> input.c:113: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of
> built-in function strncat
> input.c:151: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of
> built-in function exit
It appears that the header file declarations of these functions,
strcpy, exit, etc, are not being presented to the compiler.
This is suspicious since input.c contains:
In addition, the errors above attributed to strcpy are actually
scopy function calls according to my version of input.c.
Here are some debugging ideas:
Verify that your input.c is verbatim from your dms distribution
and that it contains those includes starting at line 33.
Get the preprocessor output via
cc -DDESTLIB=\"/usr/local/lib/dms/\" -DSERVER_PATH=\"/usr/local/lib/dms/dmsd\" -Ilibpdb -E input.c
and look for the declarations of the above functions and see whats
happening on line 104 with regard to scopy.
Try to disable builtins via this compiler option: -fno-builtins
If you need more help then send explicit and verbose details
including OS and compiler versions, the -E output, the effect
of -fno-builtins, etc.
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