[xsd-users] Problem Compiling Example on HP-11 Using aCC
Dean.Gaudet at vac-acc.gc.ca
Thu Aug 23 10:47:52 EDT 2007
Upgrading our compiler is certainly something we will have to get to at some point, but it means recompiling and retesting all of our other code, which is not an option right now.
Is there a way to get around this, without having to immediately upgrade our compiler?
>>> Boris Kolpackov <boris at codesynthesis.com> August 23, 2007 11:35:57 am >>>
Dean Gaudet <Dean.Gaudet at vac-acc.gc.ca> writes:
> I cannot seem to get past the following compiler errors when trying
> to compile the hello.cxx tree example. Here is some info:
> O/S : HP-11 B.11.11
> C++ : aCC (HP ANSI C++ B3910B A.03.50)
> I have compiled Xerces C++ on my system using the following options:
> -p hp-11
> -x aCC
> -b 32
> When I try to compile the XSD hello tree example like so:
> gmake CXX=aCC CXXFLAGS="-I $XERCESCROOT/include" CPPFLAGS="-AA"
Your options look Ok. I think the problem is in the compiler version.
We have tested our code with A.03.63 and later and it compiles and
works fine. Is upgrading the compiler an option in your situation?
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