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Post is unread #1 Feb 8, 2003, 2:14 pm
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I was installing the resolver because the old dns_slave thing is a little buggy. Anyway, everything works fine till I get to the dns.c file

Fear 1.1 is now compiling... o/stat_obj.o
Fear 1.1 is now compiling... o/tables.o
Fear 1.1 is now compiling... o/track.o
Fear 1.1 is now compiling... o/treasure.o
Fear 1.1 is now compiling... o/update.o
Fear 1.1 is now compiling... o/dns.o
In file included from mud.h:383,
from dns.c:27:
finger.h:29: parse error before `FILE'
In file included from mud.h:394,
from dns.c:27:
i3.h:366: parse error before `FILE'
i3.h:367: parse error before `FILE'
In file included from dns.c:27:
mud.h:4632: parse error before `*'
mud.h:4632: warning: type defaults to `int' in declaration of `fpReserve'
mud.h:4632: warning: data definition has no type or storage class
mud.h:4633: parse error before `*'
mud.h:4633: warning: type defaults to `int' in declaration of `fpLOG'
mud.h:4633: warning: data definition has no type or storage class
mud.h:5812: parse error before `*'
mud.h:5813: parse error before `*'
mud.h:5814: parse error before `*'


Now, my header files are intact and everything seems to be working ok till I hit this file and it goes nuts. Hrm, am I missing something because I have never had a problem like this before.

--Xerves
       
Post is unread #2 Feb 8, 2003, 2:40 pm
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xerves

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This is not a problem with your code, it has something to do with my Makefile, I am current working on it. Very damn strange though. What a lovely day :-)

--X
       
Post is unread #3 Feb 8, 2003, 4:38 pm
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Heh, noticed me get a bit agitated with Pharas again eh? :P

Damn strange indeed. Doesn't look quite right, but then again.... with the things I've seen before....

Seems unlikely to me, but is dns.c the first file in your Makefile that needs file I/O functions?
       
Post is unread #4 Mar 6, 2003, 3:04 pm
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Just a follow up, for information sake...

It turned out to be the Makefile. I made a makefile that works like yours (seems cleaner the way you did it). Anyway, anytime I would add a new .c file after changing the Makefile, it would go all nuts like that. It did that in both cygwin in linux, so I am not sure what the hell was up with that (since I don't really know all that much about the changes you made, I was not really sure where to begin, so I just went back to the old Makefile). I am guessing you have added a new .c file since you started using that format?
       
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