I am trying to compile under linux compat
Scott T. Hildreth
shildreth at allantgroup.com
Fri Sep 1 20:25:30 UTC 2006
On Fri, 2006-09-01 at 21:15 +0200, Alexander Leidinger wrote:
> Quoting "Scott T. Hildreth" <shildreth at allantgroup.com> (Thu, 31 Aug 2006 09:25:40 -0500):
> > On Thu, 2006-08-31 at 10:00 +0200, Divacky Roman wrote:
> > > On Wed, Aug 30, 2006 at 11:58:03AM -0500, Scott T. Hildreth wrote:
> > > >
> > > > I didn't install linux-devtools, since everything is supposed to be in
> > > > fc4 port, right? There isn't a linux gcc installed, do I need get it
> > > > from another port?
> > >
> > > I am afraid you cant do any serious linux developement under fbsd and
> > > linux emulation. we dont properly support debuging of linux processes
> > > and the whole thing is a bit fragile.
> > >
> > I really don't do development, I compile a Linux perl & DBD::Oracle
> Why not write a port for perl from FC4?
Do you mean grabbing an rpm? To make a compiled port, I would need
a linux gcc. I compile my own Perls, since I like to use/test the
latest versions as well as modules. I need to the linux version to
compile DBD::Oracle, which uses Oracle's oci. I make a link in
/usr/local/bin, perll, which points to the linux compiled perl in
compat. If I need to run code that uses DBD::Oracle I use the perll
to run it. I could just make a wrapper script that does a chroot
and runs in the gentoo env.
> > and have Oracle running for development and testing. This has worked
> > very well for me. I used to compile some code using Oracle's ProC
> > which also worked pretty good.
> Are we talking about stored procedures?
No, this was external C code to process data in & out of Oracle.
I don't use pro 'C' any more so this is not an issue for me.
> And maybe about some
> auto-compile feature of Oracle (I don't know how it handles this, but I
> wouldn't be surprised if you insert C/C++ code as a stored procedure
> and Oracle compiles it itself).
Scott T. Hildreth <shildreth at allantgroup.com>
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