Thanks all for the advice. No such file or directory. Can someone let me know whether I’ve got a real problem or the version checking code is wrong? Get a newer one from here: Improving the question-asking experience.
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By the way Yon, thanks you very much for trying to help me out, I really appreciate it. I needed libxml in slink, but it isn’t a package, so I retrieved the sources from unstable and built them. I have no idea what kind of build system you’re using. I’m using the version of nsxml that Vinod points to at http: Most likely you need to set your include path to include the directory where libxml is.
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Might it be that you need to do sudo apt-get install libxml2-dev libxslt-dev? At the end I discovered:. Thanks all for the advice. I have others lib in the same diretory and all work fine only this one?
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I downloaded the latest version from xmlsoft. The include path is set with -I options on the compiler command line. I’m following Vinod’s Brief Installation manual for debian woody 2.
Post as a guest Name. From the top of my head I don’t know how to force gcc to do otherwise I’m sure it’s somewhere in the gcc docs. I’m also having trouble getting nsxml to compile.
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It compiled fine for me after commenting out the XSLT support from the make file because I didn’t have the required library on my machine.
Peng Zhang 1, 2 2 gold badges 20 20 silver xmlmsmory.h 27 27 bronze badges. Stack Overflow for Teams is a private, secure spot for you and your coworkers to find and share information. Sorry to have taken up your time. I would guess that you don’t have a correct version of nsxml. This website is maintained by the OpenACS community.
At the end I discovered: I should mention that I installed the libxml2 rpm’s that Zmlmemory.h downloaded from the xmlsoft.
Active 5 years, 2 months ago. I downloaded version 1. Assuming ubuntu as distro.
The headers will be located somewhere else. Once again, xmomemory.h you. Sign up using Email and Password. Only the compiled code is in a library. My first suggestion is to modify the Makefile and add the line: No such file or directory Ask Question.
It compiled, and the module loaded just fine: This version is broken. No such file or directory This xmlemory.h my first debian install, so it could be something basic about how I’ve set up the system, or some package I’ve neglected to install.