On Sun, 10 Jan 2010, Porterfield, Sean wrote:

Finally getting back to this. Compiled tn5250 from cvs:
$ tn5250 +version
tn5250 0.17.5

This looks good.

Ran configure then make on x5250 and got errors on make:

x5250term.c: In function ?x5250_terminal_waitevent?:
x5250term.c:1840: warning: passing argument 1 of ?XRefreshKeyboardMapping? from incompatible pointer type

The above is normal and is not a problem.

gcc -DDATADIR=\"/usr/local/share\" -g -O2 -o x5250 -l5250 alloccolors.o debug.o dialog.o help.o mouse.o key.o resources.o x5250.o x5250term.o -lSM -lICE -lX11 -lXext
mouse.o: In function `buttonreleasehandler':
/usr/local/src/x5250-0.5.2-pre4/src/mouse.c:776: undefined reference to `tn5250_window_list_find_by_id'
/usr/local/src/x5250-0.5.2-pre4/src/mouse.c:800: undefined reference to `tn5250_window_list_find_by_id'

[snip a bunch of stuff]

The above error appears to me to be a result of compiling against old libraries. The tn5250_window_list_find_by_id() function is relatively new and the linker can't find it. To me that indicates that you have an old version of lib5250 hanging around somewhere and the linker is using that old version instead of the new libs you just installed.

James Rich

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the design of operating systems. please pass them along to redmond
when you're done reading them :)
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