On 4/18/06, Bob Tanner <tanner at real-time.com> wrote:
> On Monday 17 April 2006 16:09, Stephen Thorne wrote:
> > No, I hadn't. I've been using CVS. Perhaps there's a regression?
> >
> > When I compile it myself, (./configure;make) from CVS, it fails with
> > the error described, trying to use a bare -I.
> >
> > When I compile from the debian package, it uses -I/usr/X11R6/include/,
> > but that does a configure like so:
> My debian build is in-sync with cvs.

When I said, "when I compile from the debian package", I meant
following the instructions, using "apt-get -b source


stephen at onyx:/tmp$ apt-get source netrek-client-cow
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree... Done
Need to get 1496kB of source archives.
Get: 1 ftp://ftp.real-time.com sid/non-free netrek-client-cow 3.2.0-2
(dsc) [687B]
Get: 2 ftp://ftp.real-time.com sid/non-free netrek-client-cow 3.2.0-2
(tar) [1495kB]
Fetched 1496kB in 6s (216kB/s)
dpkg-source: extracting netrek-client-cow in netrek-client-cow-3.2.0
dpkg-source: unpacking netrek-client-cow_3.2.0-2.tar.gz
stephen at onyx:/tmp$ cd netrek-client-cow-3.2.0/
stephen at onyx:/tmp/netrek-client-cow-3.2.0$ ./configure >/dev/null;make
sed: can't read ./key.mk.in: No such file or directory
make -f system.mk KEYDEF= netrek
make[1]: Entering directory `/tmp/netrek-client-cow-3.2.0'
gcc -O2    -DRSA  -I   -o mkkey mkkey.c  -lmp -lgmp -L/usr/X11R6/lib 
-lX11 -lnsl -lm
gcc: mkkey: No such file or directory
make[1]: *** [mkkey] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/tmp/netrek-client-cow-3.2.0'
make: *** [netrekI] Error 2

Stephen Thorne
Development Engineer